WordPress 3.5 is right around the corner, and it introduced a bug in AdSanity. We’ve just released a new version that will fix it. Upgrade today!
The response to AdSanity’s launch has been really positive and we’ve received great feedback from our users. We sat down last week and went through all the feedback, notes and ideas and drew up a list of features we want to achieve for version 1.1, and set a timeline. So, if all goes well version…
Like proud parents, we’re ready to show release AdSanity into the world so that it can continue to mature and grow. In the initial release our goal was to create a clean and easy to use ad management platform with powerful reporting capabilities. We feel like we’ve achieved that goal.
It all started with weddingchicks.com. While working on their site, there was a noticeable sluggishness in page load times. We audited the site for speed and found that the banner management plugin the site was using was accounting for 75% of the database usage.