This plugin has been closed as of March 15, 2023 and is not available for download. This closure is permanent.
November 23, 2020
Unfortunately his plugin doesn't works anymore correctly with latest version of WP. It's bases on very old code base (the now abandoned vafpress-framework) and there are no updates since 5 years. I've managed to FIX it, but I'm not sure it will be ever updated by author. This Plugin it's really simple, powerfull and FANTASTIC! It can replace TONS of very hard to use widget and amenities of most templates! I've just got Avada Theme, and I was really disappointed about not having a customizable tiles object. The Avada's Blog object is something 20% of this plugin, the other objects such as "Latest articles" or "Portfolio" box are even worser! And since it's opens source you are free to modify it and also if documentation of this plugin is a little bit poor for a WP novice like me, this address many limitations about missing examples (thee are 5 very nice examples web sites, but... why you don't show the short code you have used on each site?!)
December 27, 2018
August 8, 2018
This plugin is a waste of time. It doesn't work like they tell you. For whatever reason, I can't create tiles and the button to add tiles on the Pages section of Wordpress doesn't work. BOO!!!
January 16, 2018
It was once a very nice plugin. But it's no longer maintained and has therefore its issues.
January 15, 2018
It's great plugin all in all! Not updated for 2 years. It's buggy! If you don't solve this, then you get 1 star. I will change it to 5 stars, if you solve the problems in this topic: https://wordpress.org/support/topic/different-grid-on-small-screens-stopped-working/
December 6, 2017
Great plugin, can see myself using it a lot. Only thing that's lacking is the documentation which isn't very complete.
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