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  1. Just a quick note on Jeff’s screencast. The form on the frontend looked out of whack and centered because he turned off CSS output in the Settings page. So none of the necessary styles were being output to style the form on the frontend. If you turn off the CSS output you will need to put the necessary CSS in your theme’s stylesheet… otherwise it’s not going to get formatted correctly.


  2. @Carl Hancock – See, if I wrote a review of the plugin, I probably would have caught that. Now I understand why the original screencast didn’t have any audio lol. Maybe I should have put together something with screen overlays! :)


  3. so.. what about wordpress mu systems? esspecially with domain mapping
    do we need to buy this plugin for every blog? and this plugin have a mu support?


  4. Thanks for the review Jeff :)

    Perhaps you should use these screencasts as a way to interview the plugin developers? You could do a Skype call where they took you through the process of using the plugin live as you used it and the screen cast could show you personally using the software and how it works. I thought that might add a little more interest to the videos and would give you someone to bounce the conversation off instead of having to think of stuff to say.


  5. @Ryan – Sure, I might be able to do something like that. But one thing i learned with this particular screencast is that it would have been much better to just split it up into 4 or 5 parts instead of one big one. If I did that, I bet it would have been much better

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