CM Download Manager Pro Archives - CreativeMinds
One of the most important aspects of a website is organization. For WordPress users, having a plugin that fully organizes all the files on your site is super helpful. The great thing about a versatile tool like the WordPress Download Manager plugin is just how many ways it can be helpful to users.
CreativeMinds currently has six WordPress add-ons that integrate with PeepSo, and we plan to increase this number in the future. This combination enables WordPress website managers to add social networks features such as virtual communities, user interaction, and payments on their websites. These plugins are:
As the fastest growing content management system in the world, WordPress in 2015 is becoming the ultimate solution for a wide spectrum of web based projects.
Among the varied WordPress capabilities are things like forum sites, online business directories, video courses, online booking systems and of course, online stores.
If you’re a WordPress blogger and you have files offered for download on your site, this post is for you!
Offering one or two files for download on your site can easily be tackled by adding links to files stored on an external server such as Dropbox or google drive.
But if you have a large amount of files you want people to download, such as media files, pdf’s and zip files, or if you seek to sell downloads and present them professionally, using an external storage service can be quite difficult to to track, and might give out the wrong impression.
In this video we are discussing the Download Manager Micropayment integration, which adds a virtual currency layer to your WordPress Downloads Directory infrastructure.
This means that when a user downloads or uploads a file, such as a music file or software zip file, they will be charged a specific amount of points that will be deducted from their virtual wallet.
We are happy to release the initial version of MicroPayment Platform Plugin. The purpose of this micropayment platform plugin for WordPress is to allow developers and administrators to make in-site transactions without the necessity of processing external payments each time. This is done by adding the in-site support for your own “virtual currency.“