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Today I’m delighted to announce the release of WP eBay Product Feeds version 2.5 for both free & premium versions.

I’ve bumped the version number up to 2.5 as well, as whilst it’s a small update, it can affect the display of the feed on sites, so wanted to provide an update and what this means.

The “Disable Header” Option

So after this version, all your feeds will put a header in English saying “Latest Listings from eBay” on the header like on the plugin page. You can disable it by going to Settings > WP eBay Product Feeds to disable the header.

So why is this switched on by default?

Well a few weeks ago I was contacted by one of my plugin users saying that eBay have introduced a term whereby you have to indicate that the listings are from eBay. Failure to comply could disable your affiliate account. After speaking with the customer who did this he told me he didn’t. For safety I’ve put a default header in place. Obviously this can be disabled, but it’s recommended if you do disable it you put your own header in place instead.

Bug Fixes

There was also a small bug fix in the plugin. The default feed or items were not showing when the shortcode fields for this was left blank. This has now been fixed.

Download Links

To download the latest version of WP eBay Product Feeds, please click the link below.

Download WP eBay Product Feeds 2.5

Should you wish to upgrade to WP eBay Product Feeds Premium, here’s a link to purchase it, which is £30 for a yearly licence and you can purchase a licence using the link below.





Billed yearly until cancelled

First year. You may cancel your subscription at any time. Ongoing subscriptions have a 30% discount. Extensions subject to yearly license for support and updates.

Keep Upto Date

To get updates on WP eBay Product Feeds as well as all our other plugins and sites, please subscribe to our mailing list below.


The project is on Github. You can find it on Github here. I’ve also created a list of issues (a roadmap if you will) of changes to implement. Feel free to add (or try and fix) them!

Support for the new version will be provided either on the wordpress.org forum or our Priority Support system.

 
 
 

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