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Layouts 1.0 and Views 1.7 Betas Ready

We are very happy to announce first betas for Layouts 1.0 and Views 1.7. After months of development, this update brings Layouts project to its first production-ready status. Complete Integration Between Layouts, Views and CRED This release of Toolset plugins beings complete integration between Layouts, Views and CRED. Now, you can create Views and CRED cells from the Layout editor […]

Migration Guide from Drupal to WordPress

We just published a guide for migrating from Drupal to WordPress using Toolset plugins. Many Drupal developers are frustrated by the complexity of Drupal and attract to the simplicity and aesthetics of WordPress. However, giving up their favorite Drupal modules is not easy. The guide explains how Drupal Views, fields, access control and forms map […]

Black Friday and Cyber Monday? Sorry, but we’re not playing

We’ve had some back and forth about discounts for this upcoming weekend. This episode makes me feel bad and I’d like to put things straight. Initially, we thought that it would be cool to offer a one-time discount, like everyone else, over this weekend. You know, Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Without giving much thought […]

How to use Types and Views parent-child relationship feature to build a multi-level slider: Case study of a government site.

User experience is a very important factor in the development of a website. A clean user experience ensures visitors easy access to the contents of your site and also simplifies content management. Today, Zach Swinehart discusses Types and Views plugins and their parent-child relationship feature. Zach shares with you how he uses these plugins to […]

New CRED, New Types, Farewell Installer

We’ve just released an update to Types 1.6.4 and CRED 1.3.4. This update includes mostly stability improvements, but also one big change – a new way to install and update Toolset plugins. Improvements in CRED 1.3.4 This update of CRED is a result of a lot of feedback that we received. Many people are using […]

Pros and Cons of Developing WordPress Sliders with Views

Developing your own sliders with Views is a little like hunting mosquitoes with a tank. But, if you’re already driving a tank, does it make sense to step out every time you need to squash a mosquito? There are so many great WordPress slider plugins, which makes you wonder what’s the sense of implementing it […]