Stella 1.4 available

Hi, everyone.

We have a big update for you! New version of Stella, our WordPress multi-language plugin just been released.

  1. Stella now works with WordPress installed in subdirectories
  2. Compatiblity with Widgetkit and Visual Composer plugins
  3. Optional language switcher in navigation menu
  4. Some changes in API:
    • stella_translate_filter function
    • stella_localize_taxonomies function
    • stella_menu_language_switcher_item_html filter
  5. Bugfixing:
    • Multi-post-thumbnail plugin as module. Stella does not load this module if plugin already installed.
    • content_url() & includes_url() instead hardcoded ‘wp-content’, ‘wp-includes’
    • Options page language selection fix

Also, checkout our free addon: Stella metabox i18n. 
Note that plugin requires to use Custom Metabox API 

Thanks for using our product and have a nice theme!

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As we once mentioned, creating your mobile app is not the only challenge for an indie developer. In fact, development is fun, if you love it! But after your app is all ready and published, it needs promotion, and a place where you can showcase your app out there on the Net. Here comes Social Media. It helps you spread the word, informing people and creating awareness… Does it help? Definitely. Still, it would be nice to get a showcase platform, that lets you present you app. We know it, we’ve got our own apps, and we want to help you out!

We are proud to present you TheStore.fm – a simple service that instantly creates a landing page for your iPhone app! It’s a little website that lets you showcase your app just in a few steps: sign up, fill up the fields, publish. As a result, you get a clean storefront page for your app. No worries about hosting, domain name purchase, setting up your server or any other routine things. Find out about other features: Permalink

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