Exciting new replacement for the outdated WordPress editor

Updated: 2017-02-22 11:54:35
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We all love wordpress, it has really dominated the internet and made it supper easy to create and maintain websites. With that said, since it comes free of charge there are certain parts in WordPress that need to be completely revamped. One of those areas in WordPress is the editor, it is stuck int he 90's, but that is all about to change.

Shane at Thrive Themes, has come up with an exciting editor replacement in a simple to install wordpress plugin.ย 

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Adam Preiser

Hi, my name is Adam, but I guess you already figured that out. I am an, almost 40 year old, living in Southern California. In my life I have had lots of big starts, lots of big failures, but have never stopped being an entrepreneur.

3 thoughts on “Exciting new replacement for the outdated WordPress editor”

  1. Hi Adam,

    Please forgive me , but I left the same message on another site of yours not knowing it was. ๐Ÿ™‚

    I was juuuuust about to click the buy button until I read this apparent unbiased review (below), which forced me to stop until the issues are resolved. I just hope Shane keeps the promo prices as they are UNTIL he fixes the issues..just out of fairness to new buyers given the problems it’s having.

    This doesn’t look too good right now and doesn’t bode well for prospective buyers. ๐Ÿ™

    Thanks for your time!

    Chris

    I bought this two days ago and have so far been unable to get this content editor to even launch! The members forum has pages upon pages of support requests, some of which remain unanswered or unresolved.

    This plugin creates a button above the native WP editor. The idea is that you create a new page or post, add a title, then save as draft or publish. Then go back and go to edit it. It is at that point where you are supposed to click that Plugin’s button above the native WP editor. What happens then is that your new page or post editing will create a new window in another Internet browser tab. It is there where your canvas with editor panel is supposed to be.

    Yet, I have followed all the steps and it has so far not even managed to get this thing launched for me. All the new tab shows is a blank screen (nothing in view-source, also).

    A number of people reported similar experience in the members forum.

    While for others, at least it works to that point..give or take some plugin incompatibility issues. The list of trouble issues is getting longer though.

    At this state, Shane posted a video on top of the support forum, explaining that they will need 1 or 2 weeks to come up with solutions and will therefore close the members area and the sale to new members shortly.

    I will watch this closely and consider refunding prior to the 30 days if this remains unsatisfactory.

    1. Hi Chris and thank you for your comment. Let me give some perspective on the problems that person is happening. First off, with a plugin like this, it is bound to have conflicts with other poorly coded plugins or themes. Now that is not the developers fault, it’s just the way things are since anyone can make a plugin or theme. I personally have grown past the stage us installing anyone’s plugin or theme, now I only stick to the software that I know is reputable. In the video I installed the thrive content builder on a Genesis child theme, which are very well coded.

      All that person needs to do is one by one, disable his plugins to find the offending plugin. If he disables all his plugins and it still is not working, try another theme. Then when he finds out what is causing the problem he can decide if he can live without the offending software, wait to see if Shane can fix it on his end, or request a refund. This is really how it is with any plugin. I have had to do this with OptimizePress 2 and with pretty links pro, both premium plugins.

      Regarding lack of support, that is a problem when doing big product launches. As of yesterday he has sold over 1k licenses in 2 days. That crazy, I am sure he is buried in support requests like that. I don’t defend Shane, but I will say that this is to be expected. Shane is reputable and will work through all the support requests.

      Hope this helps.

  2. It is difficult to get knowledgeable people on this subject, but you sound like you know what you are talking about! Thanks

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