The new website for UPC Food Search has been launched and I’m excited to introduce you to the new look.
The website boasts a clean design and intuitive and consistent site-wide navigation system with improved menu functionality that directs you to the information most relevant to you. It is also fully responsive with mobile devices, making it easy to navigate on a wide range of web browsers and portable devices.
Introducing a range of new features including social login. Login to UPC Food Search with Facebook, Twitter, Google, Amazon, or LinkedIn, plus more social logins coming soon. In addition there is new statistical charts, and a faster unified search.
New features for registered users such as favorite products and manufacturer lists. The ingredient avoid lists are also back and easier to manage.
I’m really proud of the new website and feel it will create the experience you’re looking for when you pay a visit.
Check out the new UPC Food Search here
Welcome to the latest RSWR design. It’s based on the new clean WordPress twenty eleven theme. The old site was so clunky, unorganized and scattered all over the place, that I got extremely tired of updating the site. Now the site will be entirely WordPress driven and will allow me to make changes much quicker and more often than before. Expect new updates to be popping up in the near future for my wordpress plugins and other various PHP projects I have worked on over the past few years.
I haven’t posted anything for quite some time. The time just flies by so incredibly fast these days. Now suddenly with the new release of WordPress 3.0 creeping up on me. It got me thinking; How many people use RSWR’s WordPress plugins?
If several people are still interested in my WordPress plugin development to continue, let me know by posting a comment, stating which plugin(s) you find useful and continue to use. If this post receives several comments, that might just get me to continue on with future updates.
If any of RSWR’s WordPress plugins are buggy with WordPress 3.0, I would appreciate if you could send along a bug report, either by commenting on this page or the feedback button on the left side of the page.
BabelZ 1.1.0 has been released today. I added in the bigger babelfish widget for translating text and URLs. In addition I went ahead and added in support for Google Translate. Now you have a choice between three widgets, Google’s being the strongest option.
Themes for Google Translate may come in the future.
S-ButtonZ & diggZ-Et Releases
S-ButtonZ 1.1.5 and diggZ-Et 1.4.1 has been released today with a couple bug fixes.
- Fixed a bug causing Digg API buttons to sometimes not display an inacurate amount or no diggs at all.
- Fixed the incorrect submission link bug for Digg API Buttons.