We’ve just released PopUp Domination version 126.96.36.199 for WordPress into your download links and the WordPress updater system. This edition has a couple of cool additions we’re sure you’ll love.
New Preview System!
This one’s been a long time coming, our old preview system was, well, rubbish. If you had any CSS on your site at all it didn’t really give you a true reflection of how your popup would look on your site. There were also a number of inconsistencies where your code wasn’t all being used in the preview system. Well we’ve gotten rid of that completely. The new system creates a generic “page” from your site’s template and uses the actual popup code that you’d see on your page. Much better!
That’s right! You asked and we listened. Your old in-post forms were set to always show at the end of the posts. While this option is still available we’ve also added shortcode support to PopUp Domination. Simply copy the shortcode for your in-post campaign and paste it anywhere you want the in-post form to appear. EVEN IN THE SIDEBAR!
Yes that’s right, the old Sidebar Domination(opt-in domination) plugin is very limited in what it can do. Ditch it and use this instead, it’s the full functionality of PopUp Domination but in your sidebar!
You may have noticed our “tab” addition in a recent version of PopUp Domination. Well now you can adjust just how far down the side of your page the tab appears so it doesn’t conflict with other tabs you might have there. There’s also a new theme remover system to get rid of any templates you don’t want – handy if you want to make changes to a template and not have them over-ridden when you update. Remove the ‘broken’ template and upload your new one, when you update the plugin your changes will be kept!
We’ve also done some small fixes to the code and added some user-feedback on some API calls where the form doesn’t close due to user error (think wrong email address etc.) Currently supporting mailchimp and ConstantContact API responses with a generic “please check the form” for others. We plan to extend this list to include as many as possible. We’ve altered how mobile devices are detected as well as a number of bugs have been squashed.