We are happy to announce progress on our new final fantasy template for WordPress, this edition features an all new class recruitment system that allows the webmaster to simply make a class desired for linkshell or free company recruitment or make the class not desired which will dull or grey out the light for that class as you can see in the image posted the dragoon for example has been dull while paladin is in demand with its bright green light for the desired class entry to the guild. This is the ultimate all in one widget for all of your final fantasy a realm reborn needs no other plugins are needed for this one to preform well under real world page loads and so on.
This FFXIV Recruitment widget for WordPress is included in all final fantasy templates purchased from Ejeet Networks.
We have been working hard on creating the two new template systems that we promised a little while ago, we have almost finished our final fantasy xiv online template for free company aka guild websites, you can either buy this template and hosting from us or just the template!
Additional Title’s are going to be supported like we once did on ejeet 2.0 now here on the fifth phase of business or Ejeet Networks Five point Zero we are happy to state that we will offer hosting, templates, mods, videos everything you need to run a website for more then just world of warcraft and to name two of those titles they are… EVE Online and a returning Final Fantasy XIV A Realm Reborn, since the relaunch of ffxiv we feel the game deserves amazing guild sites, so when our inbox was overflowing with the demand for Final Fantasy Free Company webpage hosting and EVE Corps wanting to get back in on the action, we rose to action and have decided to start development of these resources immediately.
Over the period of the next few days, weeks, months we hope to grow our template library for our new system to the caliber we once had when we offered over 100 templates for gamers on an almost per title basis, we don’t mean to say that 1000’s of templates are coming but more-so to let you know that they are coming.
Final Fantasy XIV launched in Q4, 2010 and ended in Q4, 2012. Over that time there were 23 version builds and a number of sub-builds. Many of the initial customers dropped out of the game early on and many other potential customers simply avoided the title given the weak reviews. Many missed out on seeing the evolution of Yoshida’s vision for A Realm Reborn. For the next two columns, I am going to look backwards to better assist us in moving forwards. In this column, I look at features added to Final Fantasy XIV prior to the End of an Era event.