MyBookTable, the most popular bookstore plugin on WordPress, just got better. MyBookTable 3.1 comes with several new features, including some that were previously available only in the paid Pro and Dev versions.
Here’s what’s new.
Added Universal Buy Button to the Free Plugin
This was previously a premium feature, but you can now create buy buttons to link anywhere on the internet. This allows you to use the Universal Buy Buttons to create affiliate links to Amazon. You could also pay for the premium version, to insert your affiliate codes automatically into Amazon buttons.
Added Audiobook Resources Section
There is now a section in MyBookTable for the visual companion to your audiobook: Maps, PDFs, Images.
Added Powell’s Affiliate Integration
Added IndieBound Affiliates Integration
MyBookTable 3.1 is now compatible with IndieBound’s affiliate program.
Book Microsites with MyBookTable 3.1
Book pages can now be selected as the front page of your website via Reading settings. When combined with the premium Landing Page Mode, you can now use MyBookTable to quickly create a one-page microsite for a specific book.
Various CSS Styling Improvements & Bug Fixes
As always, we are hard at work to make MyBookTable better and fully compatible with the latest versions of WordPress. If you find a bug, please let us know in the support forum.
If you have translated MyBookTable into your language, we would love to include your .po file in the next version of MyBookTable. Currently, MyBookTable is available in several translations. We know our users have translated it into more translations than that.
How to Get MyBookTable 3.1
If you are already using My Book Table, just click “update plugin” to upgrade to 3.1. This is so easy, you may have already done it!
If you would like to add MyBookTable to your WordPress.org website follow the following steps:
- Log in to your WordPress.org Dashboard then go to Plugins -> Add New -> Search
- Search for “MyBookTable”
- Click “Install”
- Click “Activate” under the plugin on the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
- Follow the instructions at the top of the dashboard.