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  • Moderator Jan Dembowski


    I’m pretty sure that’s a conversation that should be held at


    instead of here.

    @jan Dembowski

    Okay. For any chance, can you explain reasoning behind that? It does regard both plugin— free & paid.

    I’m more asking what will I miss out with the free version.

    Moderator Jan Dembowski


    10 words or less: These forums are 100% not for commercial software or promotions.

    Wow, that was 10 words! Neat.

    There are many plugins and themes that have a “premium” or commercial version that you can purchase elsewhere. But these forums are not for supporting or promoting commercial products and authors are encouraged to take their business elsewhere to their own site.

    It’s not that anyone wants software developers to be unsuccessful, it’s the opposite. But these forums have to stay focused on support of the free code here.

    I’m more asking what will I miss out with the free version.

    And I’m sure the author will be happy to explain that to you. Just please take it to the site that I already linked to.

    Plugin Author Dragan Nikolic


    @therandomguy12345 Will answer on CodeCanyon.

    The forum here is dedicated to free WordPress plugins and promoting paid (premium) plugins is not appreciated.

    @jan Thanks for dropping by. You can delete the links pointing to CodeCanyon.

    Plugin Author Slobodan Manic



    Thanks from me as well. Couldn’t agree more with everything you wrote.

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