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#60459

Hello, we use the plugin “GD Custom Posts and Taxonomies Tools” but it looks like it is no longer available or maintained. Is there a replacement plugin that we can switch to? If so, does it “drop in” or do we need to make code changes to our theme?

Thanks!

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  • #60460

    Hi,

    That plugin has been replaced by GD Content Tools Pro: https://plugins.dev4press.com/gd-content-tools/. But, it can transfer settings only from GD Custom Posts and Taxonomies Pro 4.x, it doesn’t support import from Lite/Free plugin.

    Regards,
    Milan

    Dev4Press - Premium plugins for WordPress.

  • #60461

    Thanks. Is it possible to upgrade to Pro 4.x and then to the new plugin? I’d prefer not to lose all of the settings.

  • #60462

    Hi

    Yes, it has import tool that will transfer data including definitions and meta fields and boxes (if you used that). But, there are limits, so make sure you read this first: https://support.dev4press.com/kb/article/migration-from-old-lite-plugin-version/.

    Regards,
    Milan

    Dev4Press - Premium plugins for WordPress.

  • #60883

    Hello, I’m using the plugin “GD Custom Posts and Taxonomies Tools” free version. In that case I have to configure everything again in the new “GD Content Tools Pro” plugin?

    I have seen the price for a website is $ 49 per year. I have a main site and a subdomain. Do I have to pay separately for each of the two sites? My site is in multisite network.

    Thank you,
    Rodrigo

  • #60885

    Hi,

    When you transfer the data (https://support.dev4press.com/kb/article/migration-from-old-lite-plugin-version/), you need to recheck all the post types and taxonomies you have to make sure it is set properly, because there are so many extra features in WordPress added since old plugin and many extra features added by GD Content Tools Pro, so it needs to be updated. Also, WordPress has many more new labels for both, and you might need to reset them or fill the missing ones.

    Licensing is per domain, so multisite using domain and one or more subdomains to that domain are covered by single license. So, you need one license.

    Regards,
    Milan

    Dev4Press - Premium plugins for WordPress.

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