Support » Plugin: Loops & Logic » Awesome, even with too little documentation

  • Good thing I already have some coding background and like to experiment or I wouldn’t have figured out how to use this pretty awesome plugin.
    It’s still less work than using PHP and dealing with endless incompatibilities and every possible security concern. Just write the code for the project needed.
    I’m very happy about this plugin enabling me to make a calendar that has no bloat and does what I want it to.
    If only the documentation was really complete I feel like this plugin could help me build any plugin I could ever want.
    This stuff could replace any plugin, any theme and also that darn block editor.
    I’m looking to forward to be using just WP and L&L someday without any extra installs.

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  • Plugin Author Tangible

    (@tangibleinc)

    Thanks for the kind words! šŸ˜Š We’re all about maximum control and minimum bloat/complexity. Glad you’ve been able to see the potential for this plugin. We totally recognize that the docs aren’t where they need to be yet for beginners so we’ve got some people working to improve that as we speak. Thanks for the feedback!

    – Ben @ Team Tangible

    Plugin Author Tangible

    (@tangibleinc)

    Hey @laceybeach, I’m following up on this review to let you know that alongside the release of L&L version 3.0.0 this morning we’ve also released new documentation that includes more examples and detailed explanations throughout. The new docs can be found at docs.loopsandlogic.com. Feel free to explore them yourself or take a look at the overview of what’s changed in this blog post.

    Let me know if there are specific topics you think we should clarify in the new documentation that might motivate you to add that fifth star to your rating!

    – Ben @ Team Tangible

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