WooCommerce Name Your Price version 3.0 features a total rewrite of the front-end validation scripts. We’ve streamlined the user experience, improved function for hidden minimum prices, provided accessibility for users of screen readers, and the same reliable compatibility with a broad range of product types and plugins.

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Name Your Price 2.0 screenshot of a variable product showing the Name Your Price input once a color selection was made

In the summer of 2012, I was visiting one of my best friends in New Orleans… cooking lots of tacos and mixing lots of margaritas. While there, one of my earliest clients contacted me and wanted to be able to sell his books for whatever the customer was willing to pay. Did I know a…

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A directory list of users, showing avatar, title, and number of posts, for each author

This plugin has been out in the wild for some time now and it seemed appropriate to give it a post on my blog. Once upon a time I was working on a magazine site with a lot of authors and my client wanted to display all the authors in a cool way. Every other…

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A screenshot of the WordPress admin posts table showing a "Featured" column with a star that is clickable and is filled in when the post is featured.

I found I constantly needed a way for clients to mark a post as something they wanted to feature and I’ve never found sticky posts particularly intuitive. In fact, the sticky post UI is about the least obvious thing possible for a WordPress newbie.  The simplest solution was a checkbox in prominently located metabox. So…

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Over the weekend I was working on a project and my client needed to be able to hide certain menu links from non-logged in users.  In the past I have just created 2 menus, one for logged in users, and another for logged out users.  Not the most convenient thing ever, but simple enough.  However,…

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