New confetti feature: Trigger when in view

September 1, 2022 | Releases

Our Confetti plugin has a new feature in version 1.10 that allows you to have it triggered when the location it is embedded has scrolled into view. This has been our most requested feature and I’m excited to make it available! Currently, this is only available via the shortcode embed method and I look to […]

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Confetti 1.8: New integrations & feature

June 21, 2022 | Releases

It’s been a little bit since I posted about Confetti and its new integrations and features. New Integrations since last time: Paid Memberships Pro – Show confetti after a purchase WS Form – Show confetti after any form submission, including their Conversational format New feature Launch delay – You can delay the launch of the […]

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Export class for your custom WordPress plugin or project

May 18, 2022 | Code Snippets

I have been developing custom WordPress plugins for clients for many years. Even though there are so many great plugins in existence, they cannot all do exactly what your client needs and a custom plugin is required. Often several custom post types are created and, of course, metadata is saved for all of them. I […]

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Adding block class to widgets

April 22, 2022 | Code Snippets,WordPress

When registering a sidebar, you can set the “before_widget” value to include some classes that WordPress will define. With Gutenberg, you can now use blocks in your sidebars – yay! However, that “before_widget” class by default does not include anything about the block that is used so it can be a challenge to custom style […]

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Confetti now supports GiveWP and Forminator

February 15, 2022 | Releases

WIth the release of Confetti 1.1, I am happy to say that the Confetti WordPress plugin now integrates with GiveWP and Forminator. GiveWP – Add a confetti effect after someone submits an online donation. A great way for the person donating to your cause to celebrate! See the documentation Forminator – Like our other form […]

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