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WordPress Popup Windows Plugin

Easily Embed Popup Windows Into Your Blog

v1.13 Mac & PC 
Platforms: Server
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WordPress Popup Windows Plugin lets you embed customizable popup windows (floating CSS layers), including opt-in forms, YouTube videos and in fact ANY content that you provide - see the examples page on the website for actual blog examples. With WordPress Popup Windows Plugin, you’ll be able to create as many DHTML popup windows as you want, each with its own unique settings that are stored in a database, readily accessible for adjusting and tweaking.

It goes without saying that WordPress Popup Windows Plugin gives you the ability to set a cornucopia of options for each popup’s look and appearance. Things like a Lightbox effect are just a click away! Specify height and width, then check the integrated preview to see if it meets your expectations before you go live with it. In fact, WordPress Popup Windows Plugin is so powerful, you can set popups to appear on your home page, all pages, or a single page, plus drop a cookie into visitor’s browsers so that they only see a popup once!

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Review Written by Derek Lee
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Alexander Deliyannis I just post the link to the OptinPlayer as I didn't see it anywhere above

I wasn't able to find a link to Advanced DHTML Popup Pro however. Can someone provide more info on this?
Dec 18 2013 at 1:01pm Copy Link
Joe Mercier Hi Alexander,

The link for Advanced DHTML Popup products is


Digital Flow Software - Dec 18 2013 at 1:10pm Copy Link
Renaud Duval I am interested to get wordpress plug ins on bitsdujour. Great idea!
Dec 19 2013 at 1:41am Copy Link
Joe Mercier Hi Renaud,

Thanks, don't forget about the great discounts available for


when you click the "Get it for free" button
Digital Flow Software - Dec 19 2013 at 1:53am Copy Link
Egon Schmeitz Where can I find the download of the WordPress Popup Windows Plugin? Does anybody know?
Dec 19 2013 at 1:55am Copy Link
Lloyd Tennison So, why exactly do you need my address and telephone number? For something emailed to me?

Spam? Junk mail? Telemarketing calls?

Have never purchased anything digital EVER that needed all that info, and I run marketing websites. That is not standard for Fastspring, so don;t blame it on them.
Dec 19 2013 at 1:56am Copy Link
Joe Mercier @Egon

After the free order you will find it in the account generated for you,


Digital Flow Software - Dec 19 2013 at 1:58am Copy Link
Joe Mercier @Lloyd

We donit need your physical address or phone number, its just a standard part of the form. But the email address is needed, yes, to send you account details,

Hope this helps, and no, no spam, junk or calls.

Digital Flow Software - Dec 19 2013 at 2:00am Copy Link
Nelson Therrien No spam? But we mustang first agree that you will send us emails... If that is not spam...

And address and phone are not required... But we can't submit the form without it... Not really honest answers here...
Dec 19 2013 at 5:28am Copy Link
R. Lewis Smith Looks like an interesting piece of software being given away, but the requirement to enter physical address and phone for this is absurd, regardless of assurances.

Thanks but no thanks.
Dec 19 2013 at 5:31am Copy Link
Joe Mercier I wish I could have provided a simpler form, but that's the way fastspring does it, regardless of cost, sorry, but it just cant be helped.
Digital Flow Software - Dec 19 2013 at 5:38am Copy Link
MaxR Looks like every time that you want to use it on a website, you have to log into your account with them and input the url that you will be using to register it. For people that pay for the software, that would be a bad surprise. I've never had to keep going back to the vendor to register every use of any software.
Dec 19 2013 at 8:34am Copy Link
Michael Johnsson Förnamnet är ogiltigt.
Efternamnet är ogiltigt.
Telefonnumret är ogiltigt. Ange minst 8 siffror.
Adressen är ogiltig.
Staden är ogiltig.
Postnumret är ogiltigt.

Humm well it seems you do NEED to enter full name, phone and address.
Leaving these blanc do not work.

I will skip this promo. I do not need yet another source of spam on all avail spamable alternatives.
Dec 19 2013 at 9:10am Copy Link
Joe Mercier It is always interesting how a tiny minority of users choose to post here and moan. They moan about this, they moan about that, This is a piece of great software that is being given away for FREE. And all you can do is find something to complain about. As for spamming, let me correct you, spam is unsolicited email, but by definition you have to agree to an optin list, so it is not spam. All you have do do is unsubscribe at the first chance.

Have you ever considered how much work it takes to make a good WP plugin? Its a lot, and I'm giving it for free.

Those who think its unusual to fill out address/phone number fields have clearly no experience buying anything on the net. It is the standard form, and I cannot see anything wrong with it.

I'm not interested in your doubtless flame throwing responses, I'm quite used to time-wasters. The software for the WordPress plugin is free and its great, and so is all at and

As for those who think its bad to "go back to the vendor" for each installation,
this is perfectly normal for any software used on another platform.
Digital Flow Software - Dec 19 2013 at 10:45am Copy Link
opayq opayq It seems a GREAT software, thanks but no thanks. Customer queries / problems are NOT moans. A lot of people will feel uncomfortable to provide some of the details the website asks.

"Statistics suggest that when customers complain, business owners and managers ought to get excited about it. The complaining customer represents a huge opportunity for more business". - Zig Ziglar

Dec 19 2013 at 11:15am Copy Link
Daniel Platten ok I did not get a download link so what???????????
Dec 19 2013 at 12:02pm Copy Link
Joe Mercier @Daniel


The download link is in the account when you login using the details provided to you on free purchase,
Digital Flow Software - Dec 19 2013 at 12:05pm Copy Link
Daniel Platten This comment has been deleted due to a violation of the rules
Dec 19 2013 at 12:07pm Copy Link
Joe Mercier @Daniel

Fine, don't get it then, but the obscenities are totally unnecessary and immature
Digital Flow Software - Dec 19 2013 at 12:16pm Copy Link
Michael Johnsson @ Joe Mercier

Yeah right.
I do know I can optout email.
But where is your optout on my home address and phone.
It is quite clear by your reaction that those are ment for marketing of sort.

And before you start again about how folks react on your offer.
We have a right to say how we react on it, if you do not like, perhaps, you should rethink it, why do you not like it?

WHY is it so bad that we like to keep ouer private info private?

No one here said any bad about anything, they just raised a concern about unneeded private information gathering. A quite VAILD question.

Further more

Those who think its unusual to fill out address/phone number fields have clearly no experience buying anything on the net. It is the standard form, and I cannot see anything wrong with it.

Well if you meet a hotdog vendor around the corner, do you give him all your home address and phone info. No you do not, why? He just do not need it.

And for your information, I do know what corps do with information they gather, so its rather my experience, then lack off that raises this concern. Your comments about these concerns do not make things better, they rather just validates them.

So thank you for your hidden honesty in this issue.
Dec 19 2013 at 12:22pm Copy Link
MaxR @Daniel
I had a hard time finding the download link for the product as well. What you have to do is log in using the credentials in the email from them. Then, click on "get registration keys". Then scroll down and the download link is at the bottom of that page.

The link on the main page of the user area should say "get registration keys and product download" or something like that so people can find it.
Dec 19 2013 at 12:42pm Copy Link
Joe Mercier @Max,

Yes, that part will be made easier in the next back end revision, thanks for the reminder,

Digital Flow Software - Dec 19 2013 at 12:46pm Copy Link
R Master I was just going to bypass this free offer and wasn't going to post, until I saw the software developer's comments above. Now I feel compelled to post.

I was initially interested in this software, but did not want to provide a ridiculous amount of personal, private information for a digital downloaded product. I wasn't going to "moan" about it, as Joe Mercier implies in his earlier post, I was just going to pass it by, and I am sure that at least dozens of other people have made the same decision, quietly.

However, after reading the post by Joe Mercier, I feel compelled to pass this on - I have been developing commercial websites since 1996, and Joe was probably still in diapers or popping zits in high school. I spend tens of thousands of dollars on online purchases every year - and am not one of those who, as Joe Mercier puts it: has "clearly no experience buying anything on the net".

As for being a "time-waster", I am complaining, yes, but my time is worth over a hundred dollars an hour to my clients as a successful consultant, so does my opinion count?

Defend your product by all means, but don't put down those who object to the method in which you try to deliver it. This product vendor's response rant has put me off obtaining ANY of his products now, and I am disappointed that Bits du Jour does not enforce more strict privacy terms on their offerings.

Thanks but no thanks for an otherwise promising plugin.
Dec 19 2013 at 2:17pm Copy Link
InsaneXade what? why do I need to enter all my personal information? I don't need a wp popup generator this bad. (I dont even use wordpress actually so it's no loss) I can script for websites and indeed word press by hand if I so desired. Skip this!
Dec 19 2013 at 2:56pm Copy Link
Bob McLain has lots of totally free pop-up plugins that work brilliantly and that don't ask for personal information and that don't require registration with each use.

When you give away free software, you're "auditioning" your products in the hope that people who download the freebie will come back and pay for something else you're selling. It boggles the mind how software developers like this guy (and the Vole Word Reviewer guy, among others) will argue with prospective customers, belittle prospective customers, and portray themselves as the type of developer you DON'T want to do business with.

If the pre-sales attitude is like this, imagine the support.
Dec 19 2013 at 5:03pm Copy Link
Raymond Knapp I ordered this free software and got my log in information and some code to use it but I do not have a download link for it so it does me no good.
Dec 19 2013 at 7:30pm Copy Link

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