In Recovery Mode

If you have been wondering what has happened with the progression with Auto Load Next Post. It’s been put on hold… at least for the time being. It has been a long difficult road building this product to something great and while I do still believe in it’s potential it has been draining me dry both mentally and financial. I needed a break from it all and to get myself back on my feet. I’m still recovering and listening to …

Auto Load Next Post v1.6.0-beta.1

Closed glasses on a yellow table

I am happy to announce the release of the first beta for v1.6.0 is now available. In the previous post I shared the changes and improvements coming for this release. Changelog NEW: Added a Setup Wizard to scan the theme you have active and identify your theme selectors and templates location. NEW: Added a Getting Started page which introduces the user to the setup wizard. NEW: Settings page now previews features coming in Auto Load Next Post Pro. #7174140 NEW: …

Providing Feedback for Auto Load Next Post

People with laptops working out new features

Feedback is important to building a great product and I realised that I haven’t provided the best way to do that yet. Sure you can create an issue on the GitHub repository but it is more of a place of management for notes and reporting bugs. While I could set up a public forum I think it is an outdated way of communicating between myself and the users and could also cause to much traffic on the site not that …

How to Beta Test Auto Load Next Post

Pink Post-its

Beta testing is vital to ensuring my releases are as bug-free as possible, and to ensure I hear users feedback before putting changes live. Anyone can beta test; bloggers, theme developers, translators.. any and all help is welcome. I do understand however that the process of testing can be a little bit of a hassle since you need to download a tagged release and then upload it to your testing site manually. Sometimes this can also cause issues with plugin directory naming as well because …