WPWeekly Episode 169 – WordPress is Now a Verb

In this week’s edition of WordPress Weekly, Marcus Couch and I get you caught up with the news you need to know. We discuss the changes in Jetpack 3.2, WordSesh 3, and a recent security vulnerability in WP eCommerce. We also discuss whether or not WordPress is a verb.

Stories Discussed:

Jetpack 3.2 Released, Introduces New Site Logo Feature for Theme Developers
Security Vulnerability Discovered and Patched in WP eCommerce
WordSesh 3 is Set for December 20th, 2014
WPShout Publishes The Results of Its 2014 Webhosting Survey

Plugins Picked By Marcus:

User Profile allows you to create unlimited user input fields on user profiles and display them anywhere via shortcodes.

Beautiful taxonomy filters is an easy and good-looking way to provide visitors with filtering for post types. With this plugin, you get a complete solution for adding filtering based on taxonomy terms/categories/tags.

Network Menu Copier allows you to bulk copy menus between sites on a network which are using the same theme. This is a great plugin for those who repeatedly create the same menus.

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