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Questions about plugin availability or usage, as opposed to those that are development-centric.

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Until the plugin store arrives, the complete list of available plugin is here: http://straightupcraft.com/craft-plugins I don't know of any quiz plugins specifically. I did build a rudimentary …
answered Feb 8 '15 by Lindsey D
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You're in luck... Backup Pro for Craft was released just this week: https://mithra62.com/projects/view/backup-pro
answered Jun 17 '15 by Lindsey D
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Installing GA is easy... you can either put that info into a Global field, or include it as a separate Twig template. As for general SEO... Check out the SEOmatic plugin or the Sprout SEO plugin.
answered Sep 25 '14 by Lindsey D
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IMO, the plugin serves two purposes... one of which is simply to serve as an example for how to use the modifyEntrySources hook. Beyond that, the plugin will provide you with an alternative way to vi …
answered Feb 21 '15 by Lindsey D
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plugin's root folder. Except that the folder name should always be all lowercase. That's important, because some systems are case-sensitive while others are not... The only way to be certain your plugins will be detected is to use a lowercase folder name. (see this thread...) …
answered Aug 15 '14 by Lindsey D
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I don't believe so. The complete list of known plugins can be found here: https://straightupcraft.com/craft-plugins
answered May 25 '16 by Lindsey D
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You'll need to add the styling via JavaScript... smartMap.map['smartmap-mapcanvas-1'].setOptions({styles: styles}); This can't currently be done in Twig, although I may explore that option in the f …
answered Mar 27 '17 by Lindsey D
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This seems to be the common pattern emerging amongst developers in the same position... A single repo: craft-(pluginname) Containing multiple branches: v1 (your old Craft 2 version) v2 (your new …
answered Jan 18 '18 by Lindsey D
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It partially depends on the plugin. The one guarantee you have is that there will be a row in the plugins table. Go ahead and delete that row. Some plugins create 3rd party tables. For most of those … plugins, it's probably safe to just delete those tables as well. I know you can't go back in time, but... the best solution would have been to remove those plugins before updating. Virtually all …
answered May 21 '18 by Lindsey D
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There are multiple issues happening here... The Twig code should look like this: {{ craft.businessLogic.exampleVariable() }} As noted in that example, Twig can't communicate directly with a Servic …
answered Aug 16 '18 by Lindsey D
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I'd recommend loading your JS file after the smartmap.js file has been loaded. The smartMap JS object needs to exist before your code gets run. Try loading your JS using the includeJsFile tag... I be …
answered Oct 29 '16 by Lindsey D
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Sounds like you haven't loaded jQuery on that page. You'll need to make sure that jQuery is loaded before your {{ craft.businessLogic.shortcode }} tag.
answered Jan 26 '18 by Lindsey D
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That's a tricky one... Natively, all of the options are applied to all markers equally. But you can do a little workaround using something like this pseudo-code: {% set markerIconJs %} // On pa …
answered Aug 13 '14 by Lindsey D
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The Charge plugin requires a minimum of PHP 5.4. The brackets notation for arrays (which is what Charge uses) was added in 5.4. http://php.net/manual/en/language.types.array.php Contact your ho …
answered Dec 11 '17 by Lindsey D
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That's a question for the plugin developer. If the plugin isn't purchased through the plugin store, then each developer is responsible for generating Craft 3 licenses on their own. It's probably safe …
answered Jun 12 '18 by Lindsey D

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