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New Migration Guide from Drupal to WordPress

Many developers using Toolset have come to WordPress from Drupal. For them, Toolset provides the functionality that they love in Drupal, but in a friendly way (the WordPress way). To make the move easier, we updated our migration guide from Drupal to WordPress. Updated migration details for Drupal 7 and Drupal 8 When we originally wrote the migration guide, Drupal …

Contractor Offers Help Toolset Clients get Custom Work from Peers

Toolset support handles around 1,000 tickets every month. If you’ve ever used our support, you probably know that we’re doing our absolute very best to resolve problems and come up with creative solutions. However, sometimes you may need work which is beyond our support. To answer this need, we’re proud to introduce Contractor Offers. The …

Need More Power for Toolset Membership Sites?

We want to make it easier to build fully-featured membership sites with Toolset. To do this, we need to know what you need, so we can make it exactly right for you. Spoiler: our plan is to take the custom code that we’ve created for our own accounts system and offer it as part of …

Changes Coming to NEW Toolset Accounts

In a few days, we’re going to make another small change to Toolset accounts. We’ll be renaming the accounts and slightly changing their content. This change is only for NEW accounts and has zero effect on all clients with existing accounts. Upcoming Toolset account options The new accounts will be: AccountIntended forIncludessitesPrice PresentationSetting up and …

More Flexibility for Toolset-Based Themes

Toolset-themes got a big update this week. Now, you can build themes with or without Layouts plugin and using any theme. Toolset themes will also run on Types 3.0, so you can use post relationship. If you’re not familiar with it, Toolset-themes allow you to build advanced themes, based on Toolset functionality. This is a …

When/If to Migrate Relationships in Old Toolset Sites

Yesterday, we released a major update for Toolset with new post relationships. In this post we explain in what cases, and if at all, you should migrate existing sites to use the new schema. What’s new The new post relationship feature in Types 3.0 allows you to build one-to-one, one-to-many, and many-to-many relationships. It’s integrated …

Toolset Post Relationships Release

We just released Types 3.0, Views 2.6, Layouts 2.3 and CREDToolset Forms 2.0 – making up the “Post Relationship” package. Post Relationships » Types 3.0 allows connecting posts as either one-to-many, one-to-one or many-to-many. It includes a wizard which explains what the different relationship means and helps you set-up relationships easily. Relationships use a dedicated …

Release Candidate for Toolset’s Post Relationship

We’re ready with a release candidate for all Toolset plugins. This should be the last version before a production update, very soon now. As we get closer to the production release, the number of changes is going down. In this release candidate, we focused on completing the last remaining functionality and mainly polished up everything. …

Why We’re not Going to Offer any More Lifetime Accounts for Toolset

We recently changed the accounts system for Toolset, effectively stopping to sell new Lifetime accounts and upgrades from existing accounts to Lifetime. This change brought a lot of concerns, which I’d like to address in this post. First, we understand that now Toolset costs more. We raised the cost of yearly renewals and we removed …

Toolset moved to toolset.com

This morning, we finally moved our own site from wp-types.com to toolset.com. It’s the same site with the same accounts and the same everything else, but on the right domain. Right after switching, I noticed that I need to log-in again. Of course, the browser doesn’t “remember” my login because it’s a new site. If …