jQuery Plugins site updated
The jQuery Plugins site had been experiencing a few issues lately. So, today I moved it to its new home, http://plugins.jquery.com.
If you’ve got a plugin hosted on the jQuery Plugins site, please give your plugin a look and make sure everything is where it should be. If you have any issues, please submit them to the jQuery Plugins Website Issue Queue.
Thanks, it’s all working fine now. I will be sure to report anything to that place if need be. Keep up the fantastic work.
Thanks for so flexible thing!
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Thanks . . .!
where’s the rss?
So. Where is new version of UI? I very needing a floating lists. But issues bugs make using this version impossible ;-(
I believe that turning directly to the “source” is the best idea with “my” problem. I know, yoyu like / use wordpress as you blogging tool. Have you looked into the jquery / interface.js problem that last few releases of wordpress are experiencing (dragging widgets to the sidebars)? Are you involved in this project at all?
I tell you, I was hooked on wordpress and was happely using old version (2.1) and BOOM .. I ‘upgraded’ to the newest 2.2 and 2.3 and … I am simply SOL (as are hundreds of other folk).
I hope you will find some time to respond, and maybe ‘get invovolved’ with this little 2008 project. Happy New Year!
Could some of the issues please be looked into? Such things as newest releases not being shown by default, not being able to edit or delete a release etc are rather critical in my opinion. Especially as most of my plugins users are still downloading the old version as it is the one shown by default!
yes i the plugin page is good, i never visited this page for so long. its now much easy to look for plugins.
“quick peak” – too bad this isn’t a wiki or I’d fix it myself….
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Especially as most of my plugins users are still downloading the old version as it is the one shown by default!