PressTitan https://www.presstitan.com Business WordPress Services Wed, 18 Sep 2019 12:32:56 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.2.3 Business WordPress Services PressTitan Business WordPress Services PressTitan https://www.presstitan.com/wp-content/plugins/powerpress/rss_default.jpg https://www.presstitan.com/articles/ The WP Minute – Episode 151 https://www.presstitan.com/the-wp-minute-episode-151/ Fri, 22 Feb 2019 23:13:20 +0000 https://www.presstitan.com/?p=1685 https://www.presstitan.com/the-wp-minute-episode-151/#respond https://www.presstitan.com/the-wp-minute-episode-151/feed/ 0 Show Script This is Malcolm Peralty here from PressTitan and this is The WP Minute, Episode 151 The most important news this week is the release of WordPress 5.1 nicknamed “Betty”. It comes with performance improvements and fixes to the block-based editor and adds the start of the new site health features. This release has

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The most important news this week is the release of WordPress 5.1 nicknamed “Betty”. It comes with performance improvements and fixes to the block-based editor and adds the start of the new site health features. This release has much more polish than the 5.0 release and is, in my mind, ready for production use, so for those of you holding onto the 4.9 branch of WordPress, you should be safe to update at this point, but please test on a staging environment and have good backups before you do.

Over on WPEka, they take a look at WP Fluent Form, a plugin that tries to mimic Gravity Forms or Ninja Forms in terms of both features and pricing. I don’t know that it has enough to separate it from the pack of freemium or premium plugins in that niche, so much so that the writer of the article accidentally mentioned Gravity Forms as a title to the Add-ons section of the post. I have been and will always be a Gravity Forms fan, though I do think they need to work on form style and a form library of sample forms.

Have you ever wondered where you can find all of the add-ons for Gravity Forms? Check out this post on the GravityView blog that covers much of the Gravity Forms Universe such as GravityPerks, JetSloth and others. It always amazes me how many other companies are thriving by creating premium add-ons to a premium plugin for a free piece of software.

On the Elegant Themes blog, they have a post regarding sending email newsletters from your WordPress website. I often tell people to use MailChimp or similar services for better delivery rates, and this article goes on to explain some other reasons why you might want to use a third-party service. They could have done this as a general article with no WordPress connection, so I have to give them points for tying it in so nicely.

ClassicPress 1.0.0 RC 1 is out. It looks like the fork of WordPress is still humming along as it gets close to releasing its first version. ClassicPress 1.0 was created in part because of the move towards Gutenberg and the block-based editor system but has extended beyond that in hopes of creating a fast, secure, modern publishing system with WordPress as the seed so it can take advantage of the huge community of developers and designers familiar with the software. If you are looking for a WordPress alternative, I’d recommend checking out ClassicPress.

Do you want a cute way of knowing when something on your WordPress site needs updating? Check out the Wapuu Dashboard Pet plugin highlighted on WPTavern. It shows a little Wapuu creature in different states depending on what’s going on with your WordPress install. From happy to sad to sick to dead. Is this the start of making your WordPress required maintenance into a gamified Tamagochi experience?

That’s it for today’s WP Minute, thank you all for watching.

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WordPress 5.1
WordPress Fluent Form
Gravity Forms Universe
Email Newsletters from Your WordPress Website
ClassicPress 1.0.0 RC 1
Wapuu Dashboard Pet

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Show Script This is Malcolm Peralty here from PressTitan and this is The WP Minute, Episode 151 The most important news this week is the release of WordPress 5.1 nicknamed “Betty”. It comes with performance improvements and fixes to the block-based edi... Show Script This is Malcolm Peralty here from PressTitan and this is The WP Minute, Episode 151 The most important news this week is the release of WordPress 5.1 nicknamed “Betty”. It comes with performance improvements and fixes to the block-based editor and adds the start of the new site health features. This release has PressTitan 2:49
The WP Minute – Episode 150 https://www.presstitan.com/the-wp-minute-episode-150/ Fri, 15 Feb 2019 22:35:34 +0000 https://www.presstitan.com/?p=1683 https://www.presstitan.com/the-wp-minute-episode-150/#respond https://www.presstitan.com/the-wp-minute-episode-150/feed/ 0 Show Script This is Malcolm Peralty here from PressTitan and this is The WP Minute, Episode 150 I really love the idea that so many people are finding ways to customize Gutenberg blocks. Today I have a post by ThemeShaper that highlights how easy it is to create block styles or alternative CSS for a

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I really love the idea that so many people are finding ways to customize Gutenberg blocks. Today I have a post by ThemeShaper that highlights how easy it is to create block styles or alternative CSS for a baked in block. This is something I want to experiment with as I think it could be very helpful for some of our clients to help quickly create design variations for different sections of a page, or different brands.

Over on TorqueMag, they have an article that walks you through the things you should be doing to keep WordPress running properly. The article is pretty basic, but if you get to the end of it and feel like it is too much for you, PressTitan does have a $99 per month WordPress maintenance plan that covers updates, security, backups, and more.

Lastly, we have a post on the Jetpack blog that talks about how Publicize is continuing to be broken by third parties. Sometimes it feels like social networks don’t want automated posts on their sites from our WordPress blogs. LinkedIn is the latest to disrupt things, but thankfully, if you use LinkedIn and want your blog content shared there automatically, it seems to be just a simple reauthorization request and it will be working.

That’s it for today’s WP Minute, thank you all for watching.

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Gutenberg Block Styles
WordPress Maintenance Steps
Publicize and LinkedIn

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Show Script This is Malcolm Peralty here from PressTitan and this is The WP Minute, Episode 150 I really love the idea that so many people are finding ways to customize Gutenberg blocks. Today I have a post by ThemeShaper that highlights how easy it is... Show Script This is Malcolm Peralty here from PressTitan and this is The WP Minute, Episode 150 I really love the idea that so many people are finding ways to customize Gutenberg blocks. Today I have a post by ThemeShaper that highlights how easy it is to create block styles or alternative CSS for a PressTitan 1:16
The WP Minute – Episode 149 https://www.presstitan.com/the-wp-minute-episode-149/ Thu, 14 Feb 2019 19:05:51 +0000 https://www.presstitan.com/?p=1679 https://www.presstitan.com/the-wp-minute-episode-149/#respond https://www.presstitan.com/the-wp-minute-episode-149/feed/ 0 Show Script This is Malcolm Peralty here from PressTitan and this is The WP Minute, Episode 149 The first thing I need to point out today is the latest WPWeekly podcast. It might seem strange to promote another podcast within a podcast, but in the three hundred and forty-fifth episode of WPWeekly, they talk about

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The first thing I need to point out today is the latest WPWeekly podcast. It might seem strange to promote another podcast within a podcast, but in the three hundred and forty-fifth episode of WPWeekly, they talk about the relationship between corporate cash and open source. IT is a really fun discussion, started thanks to Morten Rand-Hendriksen, that gives opinions on how companies can move WordPress in the direction they want just by spending money to hire developers to contribute to core. It is definitely worth a listen.

Over on WPBeginner, they have a post that covers tools that can help you manage multiple WordPress sites in one dashboard. I’ve used quite a few of these tools and have found them to be very helpful. Interestingly enough, they don’t cover the one I’ve been using the most lately: Blogvault nor do they mention that ManageWP is now owned by Godaddy. If you have an opinion on Godaddy, maybe you want to use ManageWP or avoid it based on that. Still a really good article for those that manage more than one WordPress powered site.

Lastly, we have Mythic, an advanced starter theme from Justin Tadlock. He talks about the theme in a blog post on his personal site and links to Theme Hybrid, his theme company where you can learn more about the theme. It pushes the envelope of theme development and is really for more intermediate and above PHP developers to use as a basis to create their own themes with modern code. To get it, you’ll need to subscribe to Theme Hybrid’s premium membership plan at nearly sixty dollars per year, though you do get all of their other themes as well.

That’s it for today’s WP Minute, thank you all for watching.

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WP Weekly – Corporations and Open Source
Control Muiltiple WordPress Websites
Advanced Starter Themes
Mythic Theme

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Show Script This is Malcolm Peralty here from PressTitan and this is The WP Minute, Episode 149 The first thing I need to point out today is the latest WPWeekly podcast. It might seem strange to promote another podcast within a podcast, Show Script This is Malcolm Peralty here from PressTitan and this is The WP Minute, Episode 149 The first thing I need to point out today is the latest WPWeekly podcast. It might seem strange to promote another podcast within a podcast, but in the three hundred and forty-fifth episode of WPWeekly, they talk about PressTitan 1:41
The WP Minute – Episode 148 https://www.presstitan.com/the-wp-minute-episode-148/ Wed, 13 Feb 2019 18:13:28 +0000 https://www.presstitan.com/?p=1670 https://www.presstitan.com/the-wp-minute-episode-148/#respond https://www.presstitan.com/the-wp-minute-episode-148/feed/ 0 Show Script This is Malcolm Peralty here from PressTitan and this is The WP Minute, Episode 148 WPEKA has a post that covers the main reasons why you might run into a too many redirects error in WordPress and how to fix it. In my experience, it is often due to either a plugin or

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WPEKA has a post that covers the main reasons why you might run into a too many redirects error in WordPress and how to fix it. In my experience, it is often due to either a plugin or a setting conflict. To fix it, I’ll often have to edit the wp-config file to define the home and site URL as per the instructions in the post.

Over on WPExplorer, they have a post on how to troubleshoot the 502 bad gateway error. The article is done well, but in part of it, they show the person resolving issues from cPanel. As someone more technical I’d use my FTP application versus the file editor in cPanel. PressTitan doesn’t use cPanel, so if you ran into this issue with us, you’d just submit a ticket and we would handle it for you, so you can skip to step 8 in the article when hosting with us.

WPKube shows off how to add social proof to your website using Proven a WordPress plugin that adds those little alert pop-ups saying someone has bought something. Unfortunately, I never trust these when I see them as I know that they all include an option to create fake notifications. Maybe you will find it to increase your sales, but maybe you won’t. I guess it really depends on your audience. If you’ve had success with Proven or other plugins like it, please let me know.

Lastly, over on WPTavern, they have an article that covers Gutenberg Blocks Design Library, a plugin that creates easy to use page sections using built-in Gutenberg blocks. This is a very cool idea, and I am so impressed that someone took the time to do this. I hope to see more of this kind of work from people with regards to the block editor in the future. I was a bit sad to see that they also create a subscription service version, but during the launch event, the prices are all fairly reasonable.

That’s it for today’s WP Minute, thank you all for watching.

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Too Many Redirects Error
Fix 502 Bad Gateway Error
How to Add Social Proof to WordPress
Gutenberg Blocks Design Library

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Simple Social Buttons had a security vulnerability that let people take over entire sites. ZDnet has all of the details. It looks like up to 40,000 sites were at risk of having someone be able to modify site settings and even installing backdoors or taking over admin accounts. There is already a patch for this, so if you are using Simple Social Buttons, please upgrade now, and don’t forget to double check that your site wasn’t compromised. If you don’t know how to do this, please reach out.

Unfortunately, this isn’t the first or last time something like this will happen, so check out the article on LearnWoo that talks about security issues in WordPress plugins and how to solve or at least mitigate some of the risks. Of course, the best tip is to stay updated and of course, have good, long term backups of your site.

If you are going to make a plugin, you should hopefully maintain it, and that’s what the latest article on TorqueMag is all about. It even points out where you can get help with plugin security, so please check that out.

Next, we have a major plugin that received an update, Yoast SEO is now on version 9.6 and that comes with some improved code. The update makes Yoast SEO faster, easier to maintain and even better, more secure. Is there a theme to this episode?

That’s it for today’s WP Minute, thank you all for watching.

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WordPress Plugin Flaw
WordPress Plugin Security Solutions
Maintaining a WordPress Plugin
Yoast SEO 9.6

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Show Script This is Malcolm Peralty here from PressTitan and this is The WP Minute, Episode 147 Simple Social Buttons had a security vulnerability that let people take over entire sites. ZDnet has all of the details. It looks like up to 40, Show Script This is Malcolm Peralty here from PressTitan and this is The WP Minute, Episode 147 Simple Social Buttons had a security vulnerability that let people take over entire sites. ZDnet has all of the details. It looks like up to 40,000 sites were at risk of having someone be able to modify site PressTitan 1:26
The WP Minute – Episode 146 https://www.presstitan.com/the-wp-minute-episode-146/ Tue, 12 Feb 2019 00:54:33 +0000 https://www.presstitan.com/?p=1660 https://www.presstitan.com/the-wp-minute-episode-146/#respond https://www.presstitan.com/the-wp-minute-episode-146/feed/ 0 Show Script This is Malcolm Peralty here from PressTitan and this is The WP Minute, Episode 146 WPEka has a post that covers the top 10 WordPress translation plugins and it is a nice list. I didn’t realize there were so many translation plugins as I’ve only really used WPML and TranslatePress. I think translation

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WPEka has a post that covers the top 10 WordPress translation plugins and it is a nice list. I didn’t realize there were so many translation plugins as I’ve only really used WPML and TranslatePress. I think translation is super important. I would love to have our entire PressTitan website translated someday. I keep hoping that machine translation will get to the point where it doesn’t require humans to do the work.

Over on WordPress.com there are six new themes available specifically for businesses. They all look nice, but they have pretty generic names and start out looking pretty similar. They all support the new block editor. If you don’t use WordPress.com, you can still get them by going to WordPress.com’s showcase, and at the bottom, it has a download link to use on your blog.

Lastly, if you are looking for a good blog or magazine theme, I recommend Extra, an Elegant Themes theme. If you want to learn more about it, WinningWP has a good review written by longtime professional blogger, Kevin Muldoon.

That’s it for today’s WP Minute, thank you all for watching.

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https://www.wpeka.com/wordpress-translation-plugin.html
Introducing Six New Business-Oriented Themes

Elegant Themes ‘Extra’ WordPress Magazine Theme – Reviewed (2019)

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Show Script This is Malcolm Peralty here from PressTitan and this is The WP Minute, Episode 146 WPEka has a post that covers the top 10 WordPress translation plugins and it is a nice list. I didn’t realize there were so many translation plugins as I’ve... Show Script This is Malcolm Peralty here from PressTitan and this is The WP Minute, Episode 146 WPEka has a post that covers the top 10 WordPress translation plugins and it is a nice list. I didn’t realize there were so many translation plugins as I’ve only really used WPML and TranslatePress. I think translation PressTitan 1:11
The WP Minute – Episode 145 https://www.presstitan.com/the-wp-minute-episode-145/ Fri, 08 Feb 2019 19:28:28 +0000 https://www.presstitan.com/?p=1656 https://www.presstitan.com/the-wp-minute-episode-145/#respond https://www.presstitan.com/the-wp-minute-episode-145/feed/ 0 Show Script This is Malcolm Peralty here from PressTitan and this is The WP Minute, Episode 145 How long should juvenile mistakes haunt you? That’s the question being asked today in an article on WPTavern that talks about Joost de Valk being called out for objectifying women a decade ago. It looks like it might

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How long should juvenile mistakes haunt you? That’s the question being asked today in an article on WPTavern that talks about Joost de Valk being called out for objectifying women a decade ago. It looks like it might have primarily been just some playful messing around between friends that have since been taken out of context and Joost has come out to apologize for his actions and words, but is that enough? Read the full article to learn more.

CodeinWP has a great article showing off the progression of WordPress themes from 2003 to today. I’ve been around for all of the changes, so it has a huge nostalgia factor to it for me. It covers themes like the original theme shipped with WordPress, Kubrick and all the way to what’s happening today with page builders and block editors. Even if you haven’t been around for fifteen years of WordPress changes, it is still really great to look back on.

WordPress 5.1 Release Candidate 1 is out. WordPress 5.1 is still scheduled to be released on February 21st, so we only have two weeks to shake any of the bugs out. One of the big features of this release is the Site Health area which will notify you if you are running an old version of PHP. Will this be the version of WordPress you update to? Our clients are still satisfied with the current version of WordPress, but at PressTitan we’ve been testing WordPress 5.1 and will be recommending they upgrade to it once it is fully released.

That’s it for today’s WP Minute, thank you all for watching.

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Joost de Valk Called Out
WordPress Theme History
WordPress 5.1 RC1

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Show Script This is Malcolm Peralty here from PressTitan and this is The WP Minute, Episode 145 How long should juvenile mistakes haunt you? That’s the question being asked today in an article on WPTavern that talks about Joost de Valk being called out... Show Script This is Malcolm Peralty here from PressTitan and this is The WP Minute, Episode 145 How long should juvenile mistakes haunt you? That’s the question being asked today in an article on WPTavern that talks about Joost de Valk being called out for objectifying women a decade ago. It looks like it might PressTitan 1:29
The WP Minute – Episode 144 https://www.presstitan.com/the-wp-minute-episode-144/ Thu, 07 Feb 2019 19:19:16 +0000 https://www.presstitan.com/?p=1651 https://www.presstitan.com/the-wp-minute-episode-144/#respond https://www.presstitan.com/the-wp-minute-episode-144/feed/ 0 Show Script This is Malcolm Peralty here from PressTitan and this is The WP Minute, Episode 144 My first story today is an article on Colin Nelson’s blog and it talks about how small “d” developers are being left behind in modern best practices being applied to WordPress development. I have to admit that the

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My first story today is an article on Colin Nelson’s blog and it talks about how small “d” developers are being left behind in modern best practices being applied to WordPress development. I have to admit that the increase of JavaScript in WordPress is something I’m a little concerned about as it is a language that I’m currently very weak in and even more so when you add a layer of React on top as a requirement.

WordFence Central was announced and premiered today. It is a central spot to manage the security of multiple WordPress sites running WordFence and it looks great. I am always happy to see opportunities to do things in bulk in WordPress as I help manage a ton of WordPress websites.

Lastly, on the WebDevStudios blog, they talk about developing a WordPress theme in the Gutenberg or modern block-based editor days of WordPress. There are some additional caveats to theme development now, so if you have developed a WordPress theme, or have a custom WordPress theme, you might want to look at this article.

That’s it for today’s WP Minute, thank you all for watching.

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Small “d” Developers Left Behind
Wordfence Central
Building a Gutenberg Ready Theme

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Show Script This is Malcolm Peralty here from PressTitan and this is The WP Minute, Episode 144 My first story today is an article on Colin Nelson’s blog and it talks about how small “d” developers are being left behind in modern best practices being a... Show Script This is Malcolm Peralty here from PressTitan and this is The WP Minute, Episode 144 My first story today is an article on Colin Nelson’s blog and it talks about how small “d” developers are being left behind in modern best practices being applied to WordPress development. I have to admit that the PressTitan 1:02
The WP Minute – Episode 143 https://www.presstitan.com/the-wp-minute-episode-143/ Wed, 06 Feb 2019 17:47:22 +0000 https://www.presstitan.com/?p=1648 https://www.presstitan.com/the-wp-minute-episode-143/#respond https://www.presstitan.com/the-wp-minute-episode-143/feed/ 0 Show Script This is Malcolm Peralty here from PressTitan and this is The WP Minute, Episode 143 WPLift has a post that reviews Gravity Perks, a growing collection of small add-ons for Gravity Forms that can seriously help you extend where and how you use the already massive data collection plugin for WordPress. I can’t

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WPLift has a post that reviews Gravity Perks, a growing collection of small add-ons for Gravity Forms that can seriously help you extend where and how you use the already massive data collection plugin for WordPress. I can’t help but laugh that the post has a WPForms ad next to it, which is a competitor to Gravity Forms. Gravity Perks is developed by a Gravity Forms developer as a side-project, something that rocketgenius is really great about as many of the team members have side projects both relating to and separate from Gravity Forms. I have used Gravity Perks on a few occasions and highly recommend it.

If you use Elementor, you might be interested in the post from WPExplorer that highlights ten addons for the popular page builder. If like me, you aren’t a designer and struggle to make something that looks okay, then these add-ons might help you, just don’t be surprised if you need to shell out cash for most of them.

Lastly, thanks to Sebastian Andil I found a great update on a WordPress trac ticket posted by Morten where he asks for WordPress to unbundle Gravatar and allow for local avatar uploading. This is on a ticket that has been around for eight years now, so I doubt it’ll get much traction now unless a bunch of people step in to make it more important.

That’s it for today’s WP Minute, thank you all for watching.

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Gravity Perks Review
Elementor Addons
Sebastian Andil’s Tweet
Morten’s Request to Remove Gravatar

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Show Script This is Malcolm Peralty here from PressTitan and this is The WP Minute, Episode 143 WPLift has a post that reviews Gravity Perks, a growing collection of small add-ons for Gravity Forms that can seriously help you extend where and how you u... Show Script This is Malcolm Peralty here from PressTitan and this is The WP Minute, Episode 143 WPLift has a post that reviews Gravity Perks, a growing collection of small add-ons for Gravity Forms that can seriously help you extend where and how you use the already massive data collection plugin for WordPress. I can’t PressTitan 1:21
The WP Minute – Episode 142 https://www.presstitan.com/the-wp-minute-episode-142/ Mon, 04 Feb 2019 22:35:43 +0000 https://www.presstitan.com/?p=1645 https://www.presstitan.com/the-wp-minute-episode-142/#respond https://www.presstitan.com/the-wp-minute-episode-142/feed/ 0 Show Script This is Malcolm Peralty here from PressTitan and this is The WP Minute, Episode 142 WordPress.org released their month in review post where they talk about the changes to WordPress leadership, WordPress 5.1’s development status as well as some other highlights. One of the more interesting ones to me is the fact that

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WordPress.org released their month in review post where they talk about the changes to WordPress leadership, WordPress 5.1’s development status as well as some other highlights. One of the more interesting ones to me is the fact that 2,300 tickets weren’t resolved but instead closed since they hadn’t been worked on in a while.

TorqueMag is running its yearly Plugin Madness bracket competition where they try to find the best plugins out there. The 2018 winner was Smush from WPMU. It also won the 2017 challenge they had. Will Smush win again in 2019? You have until March 1st to submit your favourite plugins.

ManageWP is owned by Godaddy and I’ve been wondering how long it would be until they integrated it into their product offerings, and we now have the answer with Godaddy’s Pro sites a rebranded ManageWP. What will that mean for ManageWP going forward? We will have to wait and see.

That’s it for today’s WP Minute, thank you all for watching.

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Month in Review January 2019
Plugin Madness 2019
WordPress Management Bundle at Godaddy

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Show Script This is Malcolm Peralty here from PressTitan and this is The WP Minute, Episode 142 WordPress.org released their month in review post where they talk about the changes to WordPress leadership, WordPress 5. Show Script This is Malcolm Peralty here from PressTitan and this is The WP Minute, Episode 142 WordPress.org released their month in review post where they talk about the changes to WordPress leadership, WordPress 5.1’s development status as well as some other highlights. One of the more interesting ones to me is the fact that PressTitan 1:04