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Foobar is my favorite alternative to Hello Bar. $14 is a one time payment at CodeCanyon and it features a powerful customization panel. Customizing colors, font size, shadows as well as social icons and much more. You can save multiple Foobars and assign to to specific pages. It’s great also for occasional ‘emergency’ notices also.
Foobar was my favorite, but attentionGrabber is nicely designed visually. The transition effect is smooth. Like Foobar, you add official Twitter and Facebook button next to the post link. So with regards to the backend and in terms of design attentionGrabber is the best.
Mintbar – an open source notification barAlternatives to Hello Bar: WordPress Notification Bar Plugins Foobar ($14) Foobar is my favorite alternative to Hello Bar. $14 is a one time payment at CodeCanyon and it features a powerful customization panel.
It’s another Google riddle: What’s local yet keeps moving?
I had a listing on Google “local” and then that became a Google “places” page and now it’s a “Google+” page. I’m sure they’ll change it again soon enough but for now it’s nice to have more integration with reviewers identities. BTW if you are a client that I have worked with in the past… please consider writing a review for me on my…
This is a pretty new development. Akismet is not free anymore – but they do have a free version for “personal” use (well, it’s listed as “pay what you want”).
If you see this error then don’t panic. For that matter, in general, don’t panic. I think for now you can leave things as-is and my guess is that it will just keep working for a good long while. Till they decide to get more strict.
Here’s a quick tip on something very simple that I could not figure out for the longest time. One of those bugs that was somehow thought to be a feature at some point in the development process over at Google. Too busy not doing evil, I guess…
The graphic above is very straightforward and familiar to anyone who uses more than one Google account. Easy to add or remove accounts, right? The tricky…