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Testers Needed for the Plugin Beta Tester WordPress Plugin

Plugin Beta Tester

Plugin Beta Tester

5 Comments

  1. Posted August 17, 2011 at 3:39 pm | Permalink

    Not very promising… I can’t even edit it or have a look at the settings. I have been wondering about a related posts plugin but did not find any. This plugin seems to do what I want but I can’t install it. Lion Operating system, intel mac…

    • Posted August 17, 2011 at 6:31 pm | Permalink

      Clearly you are confused. Let me help. WordPress Plugins are not for WordPress.com sites or users. They are for the full, hosted version of WordPress. If you would like to help and have extensive WordPress coding and Plugin development experience, please contact them immediately to be a part of the testing team.

      A WordPress Plugin is not software. It is an addition or add-on to the full version of WordPress. There are many related posts Plugins for WordPress, but WordPress.com does not currently offer a related posts option. The one they do offer finds related posts across WordPress.com sites, which most people do not like as it doesn’t highlight their own posts on their own blog. If you would like to see one added, please let WordPress.com know through their feedback.

      Also, if you wish to participate in the conversation about the Plugin Beta Tester WordPress Plugin, please don’t comment on the image as the conversation happens on the blog post. Thanks.

  2. Posted August 17, 2011 at 3:39 pm | Permalink

    And I would like to beta test it…

  3. Posted August 17, 2011 at 6:38 pm | Permalink

    O thank you so much Lorelle for this information. Clearly I can not be of use to you as I don’t know coding or developing software. And you are right, the related posts like WordPress offers is not what I want. I might just go back to typepad or blogger because they have so much more neat features that wordpress does not have. Thanks for letting me know that I was on the wrong path here. Very much appreciated! ;o))

    • Posted August 18, 2011 at 10:42 am | Permalink

      Actually, WordPress.com has more features and better security than the other two mentioned. If these things are important to you, controlling all aspects of your site, then please use the full version of WordPress. Good luck.


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