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Human Made LTD is selling its WordPress remote management service WP Remote. Launched in 2009 as a plugin called Site Monitor, the service has evolved over time to allow users to upgrade themes, plugins, and WordPress remotely. The service allows an unlimited amount of sites to be tracked for free. (more…)

Pro Plugin Directory Is Seeking a New Owner

Steven Gliebe, creator of Pro Plugin Directory, is looking for a new owner. The site launched earlier this year and has more than 170 plugins listed in the directory. Gliebe doesn’t have the time to manage the project anymore and is looking to give it to someone who is capable (more…)

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BuddyPress 2.3.5 is available and patches a security vulnerability that may allow privilege escalation for logged-in users. BuddyPress 2.3.4 and previous versions are affected however, versions 2.0.4, 2.1.2, and 2.2.4 include the patch. According to the BuddyPress development team, there is no evidence that the bug has been exploited in (more…)

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In a little less than a month, the first annual WordCamp US will be underway in Philadelphia, PA. There’s still 251 tickets available to attend the event in person. The schedule and sessions are published and it looks like an informational packed two-day event. There are three tracks available, two (more…)

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A few days ago, I offered advice on how non-developers can contribute to and influence core WordPress development. Communicating online is hard but where and how you communicate affects the likelihood of making an impact. CMS Critic is a site I’ve read for years as it routinely publishes articles on (more…)

Justin Tadlock Explains Taxonomy Term Meta

While developers celebrate the first half of the WordPress REST API being merged into WordPress, there’s also another reason to celebrate. Six years in the making, taxonomy term meta will be available in WordPress 4.4. If you’re like me and don’t have a clue as to what taxonomy term meta (more…)

WordPress Time Machine

93Digital, a London-based WordPress development agency, has published a WordPress time machine. The page features a timeline where visitors can browse every major version of WordPress released since 1.0. Versions are displayed in a horizontal timeline format with fancy animations when hovered over. Unfortunately, the animations are more distracting than (more…)