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[Resolved] Free version vs. paid version questions

  • I installed the free plugin this afternoon on a test site. There are items you’ve put in the Screenshots area here on wordpress.org that I cannot seem to find. Are they part of the paid version only? If they are part of the free version where can I find them?

    Single agent view – when I view all agents, or see the agent displayed on a property listing, there isn’t a link. Where can I find this?

    Company view – when I click on the company link generated by the plugin, the page cannot be found.

    Advanced search – where is this? I don’t see that it has been generated.

    “Residential” has filters at the top in the screenshot, but it does not on my site. It just displays the featured listings and all listings.

    Thanks for your help. I like what I see for the most part but want to know if these are limitations or if I just didn’t set it up right.

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/intellectual-property-basic/

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  • Plugin Author thinkeryllc

    @thinkeryllc

    Yes, many of the screenshots posted are from the free version. Please read through the quick start and users guides, which distinguish which views / features are in the paid vs free versions.

    Docs are linked in the FAQ: http://wordpress.org/plugins/intellectual-property-basic/faq/

    Thanks

    Since this is a related question, hated to junk of the site with very similar question. The mods may see different…

    So, here is my related question:

    Is the “live demo” link shown here on WP the free or paid version?

    Thanks

    Plugin Author thinkeryllc

    @thinkeryllc

    Hi Terry– the live demo is the paid version, as distinguished by the adv search (map search) and the widgets in the sidebars.

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