WordCamp Manchester: My First Lighting Talk

This weekend just gone was WordCamp Manchester over here in the UK (yes, the real Manchester for our American following). I gave my first ever kind of talk and in truth, post talk I felt like maybe I was a bumbling idiot in front of people. We’re our own worse critic, right? So, I want to […] View original post at …

How One WPMU DEV Member Built A Global Development Empire

WPMU DEV is a complete WordPress toolkit built by developers for developers. In the early days we just built plugins that we needed and thought, “hey, someone else might need this too”. 15 years later WPMU DEV plugins are installed on +2,000,000 WordPress sites. But the foundation hasn’t changed…we build products and services for freelancers, […] View original post at …

How Noeste IJver Uses WPMU DEV To Manage WordPress Sites With The Hub

Our tools are built for real-life WordPress freelancers, designers, developers and agencies. With +250,000 sites and networks hooked into The Hub we’re constantly looking at how our members are growing their profits with automation, optimization and web security. We run annual surveys, share our roadmap quarterly, and get feedback on our forums everyday. But it’s […] View original post at …

Defender Gets Fierce New Security Features (Login Masking and Forced Two-factor)

Defender is flexing some serious muscle when it comes to protecting WordPress. His layered security toolkit, automated scans and alert notifications are best in class. Plus, with 9.5+ million events (that can’t be modified or deleted by hackers) being logged per day, Defender’s Audit Logging is a one-of-a-kind power feature serious WordPress users can’t live […] View original post at …

What’s New in WooCommerce 3.3.1 (And What Even Happened with 3.3)?

When WooCommerce 3.3 was initially released on January 30, 2018, there were many reasons to get excited about the upgrades that came with it. However, it wasn’t available for very long before WordPress removed it from the repository, citing issues for users who had WordPress themes that conflicted with the update. Thankfully, WooCommerce stayed on […] View original post at …