Simple Pull Quote WordPress Plugin Updated! Beta Testers Needed!

Darrell Schulte and I spent a good deal of time this weekend updating my Simple Pull Quote WordPress plugin, and we are now looking for beta testers to download and test out version 1.0 beta (Note: This new version is still in development and might not work perfectly yet.).

Version 1.0 beta features:

  • No need for custom fields! (However legacy support for custom fields still exists.)
  • Added “Pullquote” buttons to both the html and visual editors.
  • Updated CSS Code

Please leave feedback and bugs below, as I hope to release version 1.0 into the WordPress Plugin Repository later this week.

Thanks!

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