Today we got a fantastic opportunity for our dear readers here at Noupe Magazine. We teamed up with MotoPress and came up with the idea to give away six licenses of their visual editor for WordPress. MotoPress Content Editor for WordPress lets you build your posts and pages in WYSIWYG mode. Forget about TinyMCE and its shortcomings and turn to the easiest and most powerful way to create with WordPress. All you need to do to secure your chance to win is leave a comment below this article. Easy, isn’t it?
MotoPress: Visual Page Design
MotoPress is a plugin for WordPress from version 3.5 onwards. It replaces the built-in TinyMCE with a much better and much more powerful alternative. MotoPress allows you to create posts and pages by simply dragging and dropping elements on stage, where the stage is your post or page. The visual editor looks a lot like your favorite homepage builder without actually being one. Instead of limiting you to a defined feature set, MotoPress extends the possibilities of WordPress. If there is something MotoPress doesn’t offer, extend it by using custom CSS. Build your own styles and use them with MotoPress. There is so much you can do. The developers keep extending the product as well…
MotoPress generally works with any theme, though support will vary. This is more a question of the theme used than one of MotoPress. MotoPress works flawlessly with any theme of one of the major theme providers such as WooThemes, Studiopress, TemplateMonster, Crocoblock and others. The plugin automagically cares for responsiveness. Posts and pages flow freely depending on the device they are viewed on.
MotoPress in Action
MotoPress has been introduced around this time last year and has since seen an enormous development pace resulting in a vastly improved feature set. This video gives you a solid first impression of what to expect:
MotoPress is a premium plugin and not available for free. It comes with three different price tags attached. If you want to add superpowers to your own WordPress website, you’d go for the Personal plan. This plan allows you to use MotoPress on one website and will set you back 29 dollars. The Business plan lets you manage five of your websites using MotoPress for the price of 79 dollars. If you are a developer and want to use MotoPress in your clients’ projects, you’d want to go with the Developer license for 139 dollars. The Developer plan allows you to use MotoPress on an unlimited number of websites.
All the prices contain premium support and all updates for one year from purchase. After the first year you can renew your subscription for 50% off of the initial price. If you don’t renew the subscription, MotoPress will continue working, but you will not receive further updates nor support. If you don’t like what you bought there is a no-frills 30 day refund guarantee in place. Sounds completely fair to me…
Now Win Your License of MotoPress Content Editor
Today and for one week from now you got the chance to win a license of the visual editor plugin MotoPress. We are giving away
- three Personal licenses worth 29 dollars each
- two Business licenses worth 79 dollars each
- one Developer license worth 139 dollars
All you have to do is leave a comment below this post and tell us why you’re the right winner. There are no regional restrictions to this game. Wherever in the world you happen to be located, you are entitled to participate. The prices are delivered as a digital download.
The game starts immediately and runs until Monday, 22nd of September, 6.00 pm CEST. Winners are drawn at random from all valid entries. Make sure to leave a proper email address and a real name, so that we are able to get in touch with you in case you win. The addresses will be kept inside Noupe and not given away to third parties for advertising or other purposes. Good luck!
Dieter Petereit is a veteran of the web with over 25 years of experience in the world of IT. As soon as Netscape became available he started to do what already at that time was called web design and has carried on ever since. Two decades ago he started writing for several online publications, some well, some lesser known. You can meet him over on Google+.