Suggestions about the way Plugins are presented

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Sr. Bludit
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I use a lot of plugins (mostly the ones created by Multicolor), and sometimes I browse the plugin page to see if I can improve my site with new ones, although I find it difficult to search due to the lack of basic information such as:

1 - No creation (or updated) date
2 - Most often no preview
3 - Most often it is not clear up to which Bludit version it was tested and performs well
4 - Sometimes, what they do is not very clear

So the only way (time consuming) is to download, install and test.

5 - In some occasions, install directives are not standard, not intuitive and hard to do

Also, I would suggest to add for each Plugin a comment (evaluation) section so we can read about other experiences.
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rewriting all of my plugins as we speak, will include all the info plus a little bit extra.

Bludit plugin repo site needs a bit of work as well, would be nice to publish the same info there so anyone interested would be sure that what he is getting (possibly buying) is going to work with the install version he is using.
bludit plugins and themes - makeitblu | I do things, check them out on behance and dribbble.
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