Hi X X
Ignitiondeck looks promising, but believe me i have worked with it and it is not intuitive/user friendly at all. That plus the fact that support is slow in answering tickets/questions and sometimes is just plain rude, does not make this plugin a great experience to work with.
There is also something with accepting separate payments. If you are looking to setup payments for only yourself (as the owner of the site or the adminstrative party), no problem. If you want others to have their idea/project funded via your site and receive the funds into their own account, you are stuck with having to own an enterprise license.
Lastly, the documentation is a nightmare, with plugin abbreviations that confuse the h*ll out of you and unclear instructions on how to move forward.
So, to not spend anymore time on this horrible, overpriced piece of php code, let me end with noting that it where the two most frustrating weeks I spend on a project up till now.
Now the question remains; what’s a good alternative for IgnitionDeck.
My answer: no idea…
- This reply was modified 6 years, 11 months ago by Claude Turing. Reason: spelling