Download the plugin at WordPress.org
For plugin support, please visit the support forum.
Show lottery results from all 43 states with lotteries
- Choose which games you want to display
- Choose from different lotto results layouts
- Embed results in your content using the
The widget automatically gets updated results every 6 hours, then they are stored in your website for very fast load times.
This should be tagged as “Dangerously Powerful”
At the bottom of this article is a download
containing detailed per-lead pricing for hundreds of industries.
The ServiceMagic Fee Schedule is a guide to where the money is.
When trying to create niche websites, research is very important. You need to ask the following questions:
- What are the most profitable industries?
- How much can I make or should I charge per lead/sale?
- What keywords should I focus on?
ServiceMagic.com has done all the work for you.
Service Magic provides cost per lead data on virtually all home services-related industries and some others including pet sitting ($10/lead), photo portraits ($12/lead), wedding DJ ($12/lead). Continue reading
Get the latest ski/snowboarding conditions from your favorite area or mountain using the Snow Report WordPress plugin.
The plugin uses the OnTheSnow.com website’s data feeds that provide the most accurate, up to date information available. Continue reading
This is the official plugin support page for the Wunderground plugin. Download it now from WordPress.org.
Do you need plugin support or have comments?
For information on how to use the Wunderground plugin, please view the plugin page. Continue reading
We can do this the easy way or the hard way. What’ll it be?
The WordPress form plugin Gravity Forms (if you don’t use it, you should — it’s great) comes with a stylesheet found at
[plugin-directory]/plugins/gravityforms/css/forms.css. SEODenver.com’s is found here.
If you want to turn off styles for Gravity Forms, there are a few different ways. Here are five examples of how to turn off CSS for the form plugin. Continue reading
WordPress.org plugin page layout change likely for usability
What the WordPress.org plugin page used to look like.
A couple of weeks ago, WordPress.org changed the layout of their plugins directory plugin pages. The update was likely to improve usability for users trying to determine whether a plugin is trustworthy and what it does. I believe the re-arranging of the page has achieved those goals.
The update removes author links
The layout redesign removes links to the official plugin page. I believe this makes it more difficult for users trying to get support on plugins.
Removing links also affects plugin authors. One of the ways that plugin authors are “rewarded” for creating plugins used to be a link from the WordPress.org website. This resulted in two things: increased traffic to the author’s website and some passed SEO value from the WordPress website to the author’s website.
I recommend all authors to go back through their
readme.txt files and add a link to their support pages. Continue reading