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[Resolved] Using this plugin for special deals

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  • I think what you have said here means it can be done:

    As an example, you might create a Portfolio category and then use tags to identify web, magazine, media, public, enterprise niches. You can then configure the Testimonial Widget to show only Portfolio testimonials with the public and enterprise tags. In another Testimonial Widget, you can also select only Portfolio testimonials, but then allow web and media tags.

    I just need to decipher it 😉

    I am finding this tool to work for specials as well. You may want to take the same plugin and brand it as such 😉

    Plugin Author Michael Cannon

    @comprock

    I’m glad you’re liking the plugin.

    Basically, put the specials in a “Specials” category and testimonials into “Testimoinals”. Then select your specials or testimonials by category in the widget options.

    That’s exactly what I did and it works like a dream. The only other tool I would like is to auto-phase them out. They need a start date and end date 😉

    Thanks again.

    Plugin Author Michael Cannon

    @comprock

    Wonderful news on getting what you were wanting.

    On start and finish dates, have you seen if there’s a plugin that adds that capability already?

    I think you can schedule things to start already, but I’m not so sure about ending them.

    Thanks. My Theme has it built in. Just thought about it. 😉 Thanks

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