WPMU DEV Plugins for Free – Our Commitment to WordPress.org

We’ve always provided free versions of our most popular pro plugins on WordPress.org, but recently we’ve been stepping that up. So even if you’re not a member, you should check them out and let us know what you think 🙂 I’ve said it before, but it’s worth re-iterating. Basically the more you help the community and […] View original post at …

Hummingbird Speed Optimization Plugin Now Free at WordPress.org

Got a serious need for speed? Satisfy it – for free! – with Hummingbird. We’re excited to announce today that our speed optimization plugin is now available to download at WordPress.org. Hummingbird is the ultimate performance optimization plugin for WordPress. Once activated, it scans your site for potential speed improvements and provides fine-tuned controls for […] View original post at …

Defender Security Plugin Now Available for Free at WordPress.org

WordPress security shouldn’t just be for those who pay the big bucks for “real” protection. Professional grade security should be easy, free and available for everyone. That’s why we’re excited to announce our Defender security plugin is now FREE to download at WordPress.org. We know there’s a heap of worry around keeping WordPress safe, especially […] View original post at …

Clef’s Dead, Now What? 4 Free Two-Factor Authentication Alternatives

The Clef plugin made logging into WordPress easy and more secure thanks to two-factor authentication. But it was recently announced that Clef is sunsetting and now users need to find an alternative. So what the fudge are we supposed to do now? Two-factor authentication for logging into WordPress meant you didn’t have to fumble trying to […] View original post at …

5 Best Plugins for Improving WordPress Comments Reviewed and Compared

A bustling comments section on your blog posts can help bring people together around your product and create a sense of community, bringing your website to life. And, of course, give blog authors warm fuzzies since people are actually reading their posts! But if you’ve ever used WordPress’s built-in commenting system, you know there’s a […] View original post at …