March 26, 2013 at 12:43 pm #1527
Currently, I've been using WP User Frontend on my website. I've been struggling heavily, since I needed lots of features that were not included in the Free version. To my surprise, I've realized that there is a PRO edition of the same plugin that contains 99% of all the features that I've been missing (Is this a fresh release, or I was not careful enough to find PRO version 2 months ago, when I was looking for such plugin?)
Currently, I am ready to purchase the plugin, but previously I would like to get rid of the remaining doubts:
- Will I be able to move from Free edition to Pro edition in “few clicks”? Or it will require lots of customization by technical staff?
- One of the features of PRO edition is the Image custom fields. Can I have multiple (I need from 3 to 4) image custom fields in one form? I would like to give my website visitors an opportunity to add Logo, Images and few other image files in one post.
I am looking forward to Your reply.
KonstantinMarch 26, 2013 at 12:55 pm #1528March 26, 2013 at 1:13 pm #1530
Thank's for the timely reply.
I think we didn't quite understand each other with regards to my first question 🙂 I would like to know how easy would it be for me (considering that I am not a technical person at all) to move from Free Edition to PRO edition. Will it be enough to change the files of the plugin? Or it will be required to do a lot of technical changes before I can move to PRO edition?
All I am really worried at the moment, that I will need to do all the changes that I have done to the Free Edition from scratch, and it will take another day/week/month before I will be finished.
KonstantinMarch 26, 2013 at 1:24 pm #1531
The PRO version is nearly a complete rewrite of the free version. You don't need to change any codes, all you need is to disable the free version and install the new pro version. But if you changed codes on the free version, that depends how much you've changed it. For compatibility problem, thats why I asked you to play with PRO version in the demo site to see if all fits to your requirement.March 26, 2013 at 2:05 pm #1532
Thanks once again! I guess I will move forward towards buying it, since it has some of the features that I really need at the moment. If I experience difficulties, I will mention them on the Forum for customers of PRO edition.March 26, 2013 at 2:10 pm #1533
Sure, if any problem arises from the PRO version, I'll give you support fixing those.March 26, 2013 at 2:10 pm #1534
MahiMemberPost count: 1555
@konstantin – Nice to know your decision. We are here to help you when required.
but, its really easy as piece of cake 🙂
Cheers.April 3, 2013 at 7:02 pm #1754
sebiferiParticipantPost count: 9
I would like to buy your great plugin, but before buying I have a question:
For all of my sites I use one test site. (Not reachable for users, only for me.)
If I purchased your plugin, can I use it on this test site at the same time with the main site?
SebiApril 3, 2013 at 7:20 pm #1755
Yes, you can use it in your test site.
In the pro version, when you buy a package you get a license key. In order to get regular and support, you need to activate the plugin using that license key. If you buy the personal package, you get 1 activation. For business and developer package, you get 5 and unlimited activation respectively.
So, if you buy the personal package and want to use it both on your live and test site. Then activate the plugin in the live site and don't activate it in your test site. I am not limiting any PRO feature with the activation process. If you don't activate, you just get an error message in your WordPress admin panel, nothing more than that.April 3, 2013 at 7:54 pm #1756
sebiferiParticipantPost count: 9
Thanks for your quick reply.
I understand it all.
I will purchase it in the next few days.
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