The developers of Pods, a popular WordPress plugin used to create and extend custom post types, content types, taxonomies, users, media, or comments, has released an update that addresses a critical security vulnerability. Version 2.4.3 and all previous versions of the plugin have been patched in case you can’t upgrade (more…)
It’s WPTavern’s Industry Night #5 hosted by Marcus Couch and tonight we are engaged in conversation with David Cramer, the creator of My Shortcodes and Caldera Engine.
Recently, two WordPress development companies announced big name hires. The first was John James Jacoby leaving Automattic to join the WordPress development agency 10UP. The second, is Scott Kingsley Clark who has been hired by WebDevStudios most widely known throughout the WordPress community as the man behind the popular Pods (more…)
In this pre-recorded edition of WordPress Weekly, I get you caught up with the news that made the headlines this week. While I didn’t have time to go in-depth on any particular topic, this episode features two interviews. One with Tom McFarlin talking about the lessons he’s learned through commercial (more…)
Scoot Kingsley Clark who is the lead developer of the Pods Development Framework has successfully acquired the funds necessary to complete development work for Pods 2.0 along with the community website. After launching his project on Kickstarter.com, he managed to get the $1,500.00 goal necessary within 24 hours. However, the (more…)
In this rant filled edition of WordPress Weekly, David and I along with special guest co-host Scott Clark developer and community manager for the PODS CMS plugin talk about a wide range of topics all relating to WordPress Security. We cover what happened with the worm that took advantage of (more…)
This episode of WordPress Weekly was centered around one topic, using WordPress as a CMS. Thanks to my special guests Randy Hoyt of Amesburyweb.com and Scott Clark co-author of the PODS plugin, we were able to dive deep into the topic of the PODS plugin and its capabilities while also (more…)