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10Horizons Plugins

We've decided that new plugins will have a new home so that things are a bit more organized around here. So from here on out, our plugins will be released under a new home. Still built and managed by the same people, just under a different name: 10Horizons Plugins. Welcome aboard.

Projects

Latest Projects
May 29, 2019

Missing Woocommerce Products Checker

A simple way to find out if your Woocommerce store is missing the products you should be importing from your CSV file(s). Compare the products on your Woocommerce store with the ones in your CSV files.

May 23, 2019

Formidable Forms User Registration Approval WordPress Plugin

This plugin is for people who have been using Formidable Forms with Formidable Registration add-on to handle user registrations on their WordPress site. It provides a simple and effective way for admins to approve or reject user registrations.

May 27, 2017

WP Terms Popup WordPress Plugin

The plugin presents your visitors with a ‘terms and conditions’ popup that will make them agree to it before entering your website. Display the terms sitewide, on posts, pages, or on custom post types.

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Latest Posts
April 23, 2018

How to Change Default Text Color of WordPress Visual Editor (TinyMCE)

WordPress uses tinyMCE as its editor. This is the editor that you use to edit your WordPress posts and pages. By default, the color of the text when you type inside the editor box, is gray, against white background. It’s fine if you like that combination of color, but I personally don’t like gray text…

April 4, 2018

Woocommerce: Display All Products Eligible For Coupons

If you are running Woocommerce for your online shop, there is a feature where you can set up coupons for your customers to use. If you want your coupons to be used only on certain products in your shop instead of shop-wide, you can also do so. Woocommerce allows you to add products of your…

March 18, 2018

Child Theme Doesn’t Look Like Parent Theme? Here’s The Fix

You have just created a WordPress child theme. You followed closely the guide found on WordPress Codex as well as on WordPress developer theme handbook. But there seems to be a problem. Once you activated your child theme, it doesn’t look like its parent theme. Shouldn’t a child theme inherit everything from its parent theme?…