While the Gutenberg editor is getting developed to be merged in the group, the beta version is available on the WordPress.org repository for users to test. In those 46 one ★ star ratings, one rating from Web242 Media — which is a Vancouver based Web Design and Web Development company, is totally worth a read! Here’s how it goes: A Visit from St. Gutenberg ‘Twas the night before 5.0, when all through the house Not a blogger was stirring, not even a mouse; The WordPress core was updated with care, In hopes that St. Gutenberg soon would be there; Matt and his team […]
Last week, one of our friends Collins Agbonghama reached out to us to talk about his new plugin MailOptin. He wanted us to review it and pen down our thoughts about it. He was also kind enough to send the paid plugin for more comprehensive analysis. After toying with it for quite some time, I think I am ready to write about it. ⚡️ MailOptin Plugin MailOptin is quite a recent addition in the plugin repository. It’s a flexible WordPress plugin for creating automated lightbox pop-ups and email optin forms. It builds your mailing list, and displays targeted messages on your WordPress website with pop-ups. Equipped with […]
Website security is a never ending debate in the WordPress community. Normally, when you launch a website, you forget taking security measures unless something breaks. Keeping an audit log is an effective way of improving your WordPress site security. When I (@MaedahBatool) came to know about it, I started hunting for the possible ways of doing it. And once again WordPress plugins came to rescue. However, when I scrolled through the repository very few options existed. After, a good deal of testing, trial, and error — I ended up with the WP Security Audit Log plugin. It is a security logging plugin which […]
As a matter of fact let’s accept that developers hate doing grunt work. Instead of repeating things again and again, a pro web developer believes in hardcore automation and would love to invest time in automating things. WordPress site setup and browser testing strongly support the DRY — Don’t Repeat Yourself philosophy and encourage you to automate the entire process with several automation tools and scripts.