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  • Plugin Author websitezcom

    @websitezcom

    You can upgrade to the paid version to get rid of the ads.

    how much is the paid.
    I would like a one time fee, not monthly

    Plugin Author websitezcom

    @websitezcom

    It is a one-time fee of $49.95 and you get a bunch of extra features.

    Moderator Jan Dembowski

    @jdembowski

    You can upgrade to the paid version to get rid of the ads.

    Say what?

    *Installs software on test build, visits test server with smart phone*

    That’s not cool and violates the plugin rules here.

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/about/guidelines/

    See third item on bullet point 7, emphasis is mine.

    In general, things like banner or text link advertising should not be anywhere in a plugin, including on its settings screen. Advertising on settings screens is generally ineffective anyway, as ideally users rarely visit these screens, and the advertising is low quality because the advertising systems cannot see the page content to determine good ads. So they’re best just left off entirely. Putting links back to your own site or to your social-network of choice is fine. If the plugin does include advertising from a third party service, then it must default to completely disabled, in order to prevent tracking information from being collected from the user without their consent. This is the method commonly known as “opt-in”.

    When do you plan to disable that automatic enabling of advertisements?

    Plugin Author websitezcom

    @websitezcom

    It is disabled by default.

    Moderator Jan Dembowski

    @jdembowski

    Sorry, but you’re wrong. It really isn’t.

    All I did was activate the plugin on my fresh test installation and the advertisement became live on my installation when viewed via my phone.

    When do you plan on correcting this mistake?

    Edit: On top of being incorrect your answer above demonstrates that A) the ads are there by default and B) you planned them that way and only remove them with the PAID version.

    Seriously, when are you going to correct your mistake?

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