NextCellent on BitBucket

After an user suggestion, I decided to publish NextCellent code on BitBucket. It took me a while , because although  I got used to work with SubVersion,  and wasn’t versed on Git/Mercurial and I wanted to know more about it.  The Bitbucket Import Feature worked like a charm, so I’m currently changing the development cycle to include Git as default repo.

Be free to fork the code and play around and if you are interested enough in contributing with the code, drop me a email o comment it on the forum.

Thank you all and have a nice day!


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    • January 6, 2014

    I am using your plugin in the new site I am working on. If you go to the current site, you won't see your plugin. I am still building it, so it isn't customer facing yet. That being said, I have been trying to get a gallery to work on the site for over a month. After trying quite a few, I finally decided to try NextCellent. (I don't usually try plugins without reviews, endorsements and 5 stars) I love the plugin. It looks great and am excited to put it on the site. However, I am having some difficulty. I can't seem to get any of the setting changes I make to stick. As in, I change them and save them, they are saved, but the don't take effect on the galleries. I have tried deleting the gallery and reloading once I make the system changes but it doesn't work. Any way you can email me and help me figure out what's going on?

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    • January 8, 2014

    I sent you an email about it, but I didn't get any answer. Check your spam box!

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