I can certainly say that the cost of my membership is truly not a reflection of the value derived — in that after four plus years as a member, I consider my membership PRICELESS and truly consider myself lucky and blessed to have found such a resource to turn to when stuck. Suffice it to say, my WordPress chops would never be where they are today without this community.
Chuck Scott – Forum Post on Theme Hybrid
Perfect plugin. No issues, and it simply works. It’s easy to use as well. I use this plugin on almost every site I build. No reason to have an open admin area for less tech savvy users, always sucks fixing their breaks, but this plugin helps eliminate that possibility.
This plugin has been a long time favorite in the WordPress.com VIP Shared Plugins repo. Thanks for the time and effort you’ve invested into making such a useful plugin.
The complexity of the code of many contemporary WordPress themes is discouraging to a hobbyist like me. Tinkering with Stargazer is actually fun — the way all WordPress tinkering used to be.
Although it may at first feel like you’re only permitted a small design window, working within these constraints is actually quite liberating. With a few broad strokes of the brush, you can quickly create a unique child theme with all of the layout flexibility of the parent theme.
He creates features so modular, flexible, and future proofed that they actually hurt his business at ThemeHybrid.com. Much of his work has been copied and pasted in other products without attribution. But like the Louis C.K. of WordPress, whenever he gets ripped off, he moves forward and turn out even more great stuff.
Tung Do – DevPress.com Article
I’ve seen tens, maybe hundreds of different plugins, all with different approaches at creating social profile links in WordPress themes via widgets, menus, shortcodes, and ‘insert this piece of PHP code in footer.php’ and whatnot.
A few days ago I stumbled on what I think is the right way.