New and Free in Kentico Marketplace

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Let's have a look at the newest free additions in the Kentico Marketplace - the Responsive Images web part & widget, the Currency Converter utility and the ExactTarget Subscriber web part!

Responsive Images Web Part / Widget

Ilesh Mistry of MMT Digital, a Kentico Gold Partner from the United Kingdom, recently developed the Responsive Images Web Part & Widget, which allow you to display different images for different screen sizes on a page. Four images and four sizes can be set in the web part properties.

For more info, please read this article. To download the web part, please visit Kentico Marketplace.

Currency Converter

If you want your e-commerce store exchange rates to be always up to date, then you will probably appreciate the Currency Converter utility by BP Studios, a Kentico Gold Partner from North Carolina. This utility allows you to easily update exchange rates according to the rates on http://openexchangerates.org. Using the scheduled task, you can set how often you want your rates to be updated.

For more info, please read the BP Studios' blog. To download this utility, please visit our Marketplace.

ExactTarget Subscriber

ExactTarget is an email marketing and interactive marketing provider. The ExactTarget Subscriber web part by thunder::tech, a Kentico Gold Partner from Ohio, displays a sign up form on a page, which allows users to subscribe directly to the specified ExactTarget Subscriber List.

To download this web part, please visit Kentico Markeplace.
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Daniela Kubikova

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Comments

Daniela commented on

Hi, all items mentioned in this article was developed for Kentico 7.0 and probably they will not work with 8.0. However, you can try it, maybe just small changes will be needed. Or you can try to contact author, there is a chance that they already created updated version.

Any hope for a version that will work with 8.0? commented on

Or will this web part work with 8.0 even though it says 7.0?