So we haven’t been very active on our blog here lately but that doesn’t mean we haven’t been working hard on our Simple:Press Forums plugin.
Here are some screen shots of the look-and-feel of the future of the Simple:Press Forums admin dashboard:
These changes start to bring the Simple:Press UI in-line with what users expect of a modern web-based user interface.
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