This plugin has been closed as of March 28, 2023 and is not available for download. This closure is temporary, pending a full review.
September 14, 2022
This plugin makes working with complex data structures a breeze.
September 1, 2021
This is amazing. Saved me hours and hours, and ended up with a much better site in the end. Thank you
August 10, 2021
I wish I'd found this years ago. I've used this plugin to create detailed, dynamic loops in very complex sites, saving hours on hours of custom programming. It can draw from WordPress loops, ACF fields, you name it. It's truly fantastic. But what prompted this review was this morning's revelation, that it can create "meta shortcodes" - so once you get your complex shortcode-loop structure built, you can create a shortcode out of that, and replace it all with one easy-to-use shortcode. I'm so excited to have found this.
May 6, 2021
Amazing plugin. At a time when many web sites are implemented on templates (wpbakery, Divi, Elementor) that have huge restrictions, this plugin allows you to bypass these restrictions. This plugin deserves your support. In combination with ACF, it gives us a lot of possibilities. I think it's worth refreshing the plug. The plug eats my paragraphs 🙂
April 15, 2021
I use it on several sites and it is really a very good tool. I would like maybe more regular updates to be sure that he still has many years of existence ahead of him ...
February 12, 2021
Thanks for this! It allowed us to replace a huge chunk of code that was tangled up in a Pro theme when we redid a website (in an effort to simplify it). We used the plugin to pull a title, a preview (featured image), a download URL, and a PDF viewer URL from an ACF / custom post type and display all that in a sidebar widget.
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