@get2vikasjha @thiagoafram I can make PSD files for you guys if you really need this.
@thiagoafram @stsilent yea please !
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Voted! PSDs would be great too
This will definitely come in handy. Thanks Vladimir! You made my dev process faster :)
@dinuka_jayasuriya You're welcome, Dinuka! I hope it'll be helpful for your next project. Cheers!
Nice, very nice! ✌🏼
@juliens_me That's what I wanted to write :D
Thank you for good lib of widgets. Upvote. Do the require jQuery? Could you tell a bit more about dev part? Is there an option to change Close button and close pop up by outside click on black-out zone?
@vladkorobov Hey Vlad! Little Widgets not depend on jQuery. 2) You can close the widget by clicking on black-out zone. Let me know if you have more questions.
Great job!! 😊 Will check it out !! I wound want some simplicity in the adding process such as Wordpress plugin?
@ayush_chandra You can integrate Little Widgets and WordPress. Here is a simple tutorial — http://niceverynice.com/little-widgets/wordpress/
Wow, very useful product. 👍
@markojotic Thanks, Marko!
Guys, thank you for supporting the project! You're the best! 👋
@stsilent can I use the beautiful little widget on WordPress?
@tjwise_ I think you can use it with WP if you have someone who can help you to integrate it
@tjwise_ We just added a tutorial on how to integrate Little Widgets and WordPress. I hope it'll help — http://niceverynice.com/little-widgets/wordpress/
Widgets look great! An amazing idea. When I first saw the listing, I was thinking of the little Web 1.0 calendar widgets and games you could embed on your personal site. Boy, has the internet changed.
One thing I would recommend is maybe having the widgets display on the same page, instead of in a new tab when clicked. I know it would be more difficult, coding wise, but it could make it a little easier for devs to see everything you have.
Great product! Will definitely look into buying for my next project.