AWPCP Classifieds: Great for increasing retention to your site, adding revenue for your business, and creating customer interaction.
HTML not allowed properly. I can't embed youtube video.
These plug ins are not updated on the users admin dash. You have to get the download and manually upload. Such a waste of time when your busy running your site.
I've seen better plug ins cheaper and wish I had bought those instead of these.
After updating plugins want to pay for one year. I can not recommend. I bought two plugins and now after one year they want to pay back.
Purchase the Lifetime upgrade package and tried to get updates for the add on plugins and they told me they no longer honor that.
this plugin (like their sister business directory plugin) has a lot of useful features. But it is difficult to customize and has has minor strange bugs. For example the city fields goes AFTER the state field - weird. That's just the tip of the iceberg, the class selectors are either non-existant or named strangely. the admin is a mess of multiple options pages: the exact opposite of how an Apple product works. with some polish, this could be a great plugin.
Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 67108864 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 30720 bytes) in /home/***/public_html/wp-admin/includes/template.php on line 590
This plugin in look very cool in first place, but its very hard bad for SEO, users can make changes on overall look of the classified appearance, its buggy..
Don't waste you time in this one...
Major improvement across entire site once plugin deactivated. Added 2+ seconds to each page load.
As a developer, I was a little bit surprised when digging into the internals of the plugin. It creates custom database tables for things like Pages, Categories and Ads. As such, naturally, it creates custom admin UI for all of these.
Best I can tell, there is no reason to do any of this - it makes for an incredibly janky admin UI, very unintuitive querying mechanisms, and surprises at every turn. Hoping that the developer of the plugin takes it in a forward facing direction, converting Ads to Custom Post Types, using a custom taxonomy for Ad Categories and stripping all the unnecessary admin UI code out in favor of core UI. It's hard, but worthwhile.
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