January 10, 2020

Launched our Demo page!

Mihai Iova @mihai_iova

Building trust around a WordPress plugin is quite hard. Due to the nature of these kind of products, it's quite hard for potential customers to get a feel of what the plugin is all about.

A WordPress plugin needs to be installed on a WordPress instance for you to actually play with it. This can be cumbersome, as not everyone has a WordPress test instance at their disposal.

To add to this, people are reticent, and for good reason, to install plugins on their live websites. The fear of something breaking is valid, especially when considering newly released plugins.

And that's why we've decided to launch our own demo website for SliceWP, where users can create their own WordPress instance, a sandbox if you will, where they can test the plugin without fearing that anything could break.

So, without further ado, here's the link to the demo: https://demo.slicewp.com/

To build your own instance just solve the simple math problem, no email address is required, and have fun.

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