Recently I was contacted by the people behind ProfilePress about their plugin – ProfilePress. ProfilePress is a developer focussed plugin that will allow users to build their own profiles on the site. If your new site needs login capabilities, or profile capabilites, ProfilePress could be a solution to you to handle this functionality. It comes with a multitude of features, including AJAX enabled forms, sign ups from social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter, as well as a robust templating system. Here is our review of this plugin. Profilepress Installation & Setup Installation and setup was quick and simple. Using the standard method of installing plugins via Upload, we were able to get up and running pretty quickly. On first time activation we have a number of warnings and methods on how to set up the plugin. Overall I felt that was slightly overboard, and I’m not keen of running the plugin with an extra plugin, but I can understand why it’s done. A huge positive that on my research of this plugin I discovered that earlier versions required you to have a licence to access the Settings pages in the WordPress dashboard. I can confirm that is no longer the
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