Support » Plugin: WP Tiles » Read me first

  • Plugin Author Mike Martel

    (@mike_cowobo)


    Hi there!

    If you have been using WP Tiles for a long time, you may have noticed I stopped playing a part on the WordPress support forums about a month ago.

    This plugin is not abandoned, but the time spent providing support for it stopped weighing up against the pleasure of building and maintaining a free-for-everybody plugin.

    I used to try and solve every single issue in the support forums, which started to interfere with my paid work and my joy in working with WP Tiles. Let alone further development of the plugin!

    I hope other members of the community will step up and start answering questions in the support forums, so I can concentrate on improving WP Tiles.

    Thank you for using WP Tiles, I hope you enjoy using the plugin!

    Kind regards,
    Mike

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-tiles/

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  • carmel_artworkon-line

    (@carmel_artworkon-line)

    Hi Mike,

    I fully understand and appreciate your response. However, I would be ever so grateful if you could simply point out how I can get to the ‘WP TILES SHORTCODES’ pop-up in the WP back end?

    I just need to find the ‘Shortcode Editor’.

    Kindest Regards,
    Carmel

    carmel_artworkon-line

    (@carmel_artworkon-line)

    No worries Mike, all is resolved šŸ™‚

    Mike,

    thank you for your great work creating wp-tiles.

    it changed my recent work with wordpress. and probably it’s going to improve other sites in future.

    very appreciated

    regards

    M.C.

    Mike, thanks for this adviceĀ and thanks a million to Trenvo for this tremendous WordPress tool!

    I’m new to WP-Tile, love it already. Will chip in here from time to time with answers to questions where I can. Least I can do considering the value you’ve given me for free.

    No worries Mike, thanks for this awesome plugin.

    It would be awesome if you could integrate in future updates the src responsive image introduced in WordPress 4.4

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