Introducing WPMU DEV 7.0 – Crispr!

As WordPress turns 15 on May 27th, this old site here, WPMU DEV, just turned 12 last month which gave us a nice opportunity to roll out a brand new design that I’m going to christen Crispr – because it’s nice and clean and, I hope, reflects our new DNA 🙂 The blog looks more or less the […] View original post at …

Saying Goodbye to Upfront, Focusing On What Our Members Want & Embracing Gutenberg, Divi, Beaver, WPBakery and more…

In what feels like a different life ago (but was in-fact just 2010) I started to think really really hard about the future of WordPress, user experience and web design. It was a process that culminated in 2015 with Upfront and one which ends today with very mixed emotions and a announcement that might surprise you. So, join me […] View original post at …

Hustle is Bringin’ the Sexy from Front to Back with an All-New Interface

Hustle 3.0 is here with a brand spankin’ new backend interface and we reckon it’s the most user friendly experience we’ve ever created. Giving you all the pro marketing tools you need to grow your social following, mailing list and generate leads – with fewer clicks. Whether you’re pushing your first campaign, tracking results or […] View original post at …

CampusPress: WordPress For Education Gets Bigger And Better

The WPMU DEV team is also behind CampusPress, which provides WordPress hosting and services for schools, school districts, and universities. For over a decade, we’ve managed some of the largest and highest traffic WordPress Multisite networks in the world, including Edublogs, Global2, and Sites at Penn State. All in, we’re talking over 10 million sites […] View original post at …

Automate – Now With Scheduling and Instant Email Alerts!

It’s awesome how many WPMU DEV members have embraced Automate, our automatic backup, update and safe upgrade tool, and today we’re excited to announce two new features brought to you by popular demanded from our members; schedules and instant email updates 🙂 So just in case you haven’t met Automate yet, here’s why you should really […] View original post at …