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4 min read Ben Gillbanks
Plugins | themehybrid.com | 4 days ago

Widgets Reloaded: Version 1.0.0

Justin Tadlock has released a much updated version of his Widgets Reloaded plugin. This plugin takes a number of the core widgets - and makes them a lot more flexible.

Widgets Reloaded: Version 1.0.0

Plugins | themehybrid.com | 4 days ago

One of my favorite plugins that I’ve ever worked on just got a shiny, new coat of paint. Admittedly, I haven’t kept Widgets Reloaded as updated as I should have, primarily because I’ve been in a bit of a “no sidebar” phase for the past couple of years. When you’re not building too many themes or sites with sidebars, your widget plugins take a backseat at times.
I’m excited about this release.
Since I last updated the plugin, I’ve moved onto semantic versioning, so we’re making the leap from 0.6.0 to 1.0.0. That’s in case you were wondering what’s up with the version number.
What does the Widgets Reloaded plugin do?
If you’re not a current user of the plugin, you may be in for a treat. I encourage you to install the plugin and give it a go.
Widgets Reloaded gives you alternative versions of many core WP widgets. For example, there’s a Reloaded – Archives widget that’s a super-awesome take on the core Archives widget. Basically, you get a whole lot of additional widget options to play around with.
The plugin currently includes 9 reloaded widgets:
Reloaded – Archives
Reloaded – Authors

Plugins | wp-rocket.me | 11 hours ago

Best Tools to Monitor WordPress Uptime and Downtime

In this post we’ve shown you the best tools to track your WordPress site uptime and downtime easily to ensure that it is working regularly.

Best Tools to Monitor WordPress Uptime and Downtime

Plugins | wp-rocket.me | 11 hours ago

There is no denying the fact that WordPress is an amazing CMS that lets you create even more amazing websites to help you materialize your online presence. With the amount of ease of operation offered, WordPress is a dream come true for all the non-technical website owners because they have been empowered to take care of things on their own with the least help from professionals.
However, there are still certain aspects that need to be analyzed and monitored so that your website performs well throughout its span of operation. This would require an understanding of some technical elements that determine the success of your WordPress site i.e. your site’s “Uptime” and “Downtime”.
Let’s dig deeper to understand more about these crucial factors.
Website Uptime
The choice of your web hosting service will largely determine the uptime of your website.
For people new to this concept, Uptime is the duration of time when the website is operational, up and running without any or least instances of the website going offline.
Most of the web hosting service providers ensure 99% uptime for their websites. If your website is capable of portraying maximum uptime,

3 min read Joe Casabona
Plugins | wpinonemonth.com | 10 days ago

Thoughts on A/B Testing Beaver Builder - WordPress in One Month

A while back I was working on a project where I wanted to randomly show 1 or several rows in Beaver Builder. Since then I've been thinking about the best ways to preform A/B Testing with Beaver Builder pages, rows, or even modules.

Thoughts on A/B Testing Beaver Builder - WordPress in One Month

Plugins | wpinonemonth.com | 10 days ago

This title is a bit misleading at the moment (but hopefully soon it won’t be). A few weeks ago I was trying to solve the problem of displaying random content using Beaver Builder. Namely, I wanted my testimonials to be random for each product, showing 2 or 3 on each page load. What I came up with is a simple plugin called Beaver Builder Random Rows. It’s still in Alpha and does exactly one thing right now: hide all rows with the class bbrr-row except one.
I do this through some simple jQuery that runs only when you’re not in the Builder view. So what does this have to do with A/B Testing?
Something I’ve never put into practice is A/B Testing. A/B Testing is basically showing one audience something (let’s say Row A) and a different audience something else (let’s say Row B), then evaluating the performance of each. The idea is that both things have the same purpose, but use a different layout or copy.
While this plugin came out of a different need, in my research I noticed there wasn’t a whole lot out there as far as A/B Testing in Beaver Builder. It’s something I’d love to add to this plugin, and there are a few important features

3 min read Luca Fracassi
Plugins | johnturner.blog | 12 days ago

How to Track Free to Paid Plugins on wp.org

John Turner from Seedprod shares how he tracks sales coming from his free plugin. Interesting read and data...

How to Track Free to Paid Plugins on wp.org

Plugins | johnturner.blog | 12 days ago

At the beginning of this year I started tracking users who visited my upsell page from my free coming soon plugin in wordpress.org to learn how many of my sales were coming from wordpress.org and to learn how long the conversion time was. I had been tracking this with campaign variables in Google Analytics but I felt it was not giving me an entirely accurate picture. Also Google Analytics only breaks down time to purchase by day. GA was saying 96% of my sales happened within one day. So adding my own tracking cookie would let me figure out exactly what was going on. Here’s how I implemented it. First I add a cookie to the user as soon as they visited my upsell page from my free plugins on wordpress.org. Since I don’t index my upsell page and the only way to get to it is via my upsell ad in my free plugin I knew this would only be users coming from the free version. I add this code in my functions.php on my theme.
<?php
// Set cookie of free user
add_action( 'wp', 'track_upsell' );
function track_upsell() {
if(is_page('ultimate-coming-soon-page-vs-coming-soon-pro')){
if(!isset($_COOKIE['seedprod_source'])) {
setcookie( 'seedprod_source', 'free_plugin|'.time(), strtotime("+1

5 min read Ben Pines
Plugins | elementor.com | 13 days ago

New Nav Menu to Expand Elementor's Reach Beyond The Page Content

Elementor just released its most expected feature: the Nav Menu widget. This will expand Elementor to beyond the page content, and is the first step to a broader page builder experience.

New Nav Menu to Expand Elementor's Reach Beyond The Page Content

Plugins | elementor.com | 13 days ago

Introducing the most expected feature of the year: the Menu Widget! Read on to find out how to design gorgeous menus on any theme and for every device. Designing and customizing menus is a huge pain, and we are now introducing a whole new way to make it easy and fun.
We are thrilled to be introducing the much expected Nav Menu widget.
This widget is extremely flexible. In fact, you can find NO OTHER WordPress theme or plugin with as much menu design flexibility.
It enables you to create an infinite number of pixel-perfect menu designs, all customizable down to the very last pixel (It's the Elementor way, as you know).
There's a lot more I want to let you know about this exciting new feature, but I'm too eager to show you all the possibilities it entails, so here goes.
Once you choose the menu from the previously created WordPress menus, you can start customizing the layout of the menu.
The Background pointer has the most animations. They create a button-like style on active. The Gif below shows the top 5 animations, but 11 animations are available for this pointer: Fade, Grow, Shrink, Sweep left / right / up / down and Shutter in vertical / out vertical / in horizontal / out horizontal.

7 min read Aline
Plugins | torquemag.io | 6 days ago

How to Test Your Plugins With the Upcoming Gutenberg Editor

Plugin developers need to be aware that the new Gutenberg editor may break functionality. This post covers some suggestions how you can start testing your plugins.

How to Test Your Plugins With the Upcoming Gutenberg Editor

Plugins | torquemag.io | 6 days ago

One of the benefits of working with WordPress is its maturity as a platform. However, the reason it has stayed so relevant is the project’s adaptability. Recently, there have been great strides towards a switching to a brand new editor called Gutenberg. As with any major software change, you’ll want to make sure your existing plugins and themes will be compatible with this new editor. Thankfully, the code for the Gutenberg editor is now available as a public plugin in the WordPress.org Plugin Directory. This means you can download and install it to get a feel for any major compatibility issues in your WordPress-related projects.
In this article, we’ll first introduce you to the general Gutenberg project. Then, we’ll show you how to test your WordPress projects and ensure they play well together. Let’s get to work!
Introducing the Gutenberg WordPress Editor Plugin
is a recent push towards building a new standard editor for WordPress. Its stated goal is to “make adding rich content to WordPress simple and enjoyable.” While Gutenberg still has a way to go before its usability issues are sorted out, the core elements of the plugin are ready for

6 min read Joachim Jensen
Plugins | dev.institute | 10 days ago

Display Widgets - 3 Alternatives for affected users

The Display Widgets plugin was recently removed from the official WordPress Plugin Repository because it contained a backdoor to publish spam content to sites using it. Read more about the alternatives Widget Options, Content Aware Sidebars, and Jetpack Widget Visibility.

Display Widgets - 3 Alternatives for affected users

Plugins | dev.institute | 10 days ago

The Display Widgets plugin was recently removed from the official WordPress Plugin Repository because it contained a backdoor to publish spam content to sites using it. While the latest update of the plugin is safe to use, it is highly recommended to replace it. See the best Display Widgets alternatives here. If you are using Display Widgets version 2.6.x on your site, you need to deactivate or update it to version 2.7 immediately! Once that is done, please read on.
If you just want to know the best alternatives to Display Widgets right away, the plugins we recommend are, in no particular order:
Why switch to a Display Widgets alternative?
It needs to be stressed out that if you are using Display Widgets version 2.7, your site is no longer affected by the security issues. But because it has been removed from the WordPress Plugin Repository, it is highly recommended to replace Display Widgets with another plugin.
The plugin can no longer be downloaded from wordpress.org, and there will be no bug fixes or feature updates added after version 2.7 (which is basically a rollback to an older, secure version).This means that Display Widgets is abandoned.
But don’t worry, there are other

8 min read David McCan
Plugins | elegantthemes.com | 13 days ago

How to Turn Your Google Sheets Into WordPress Tables and Graphs

In this article, John Hughes shows how to use the Inline Google Spreadsheet Viewer plugin to show tables and charts with WordPress. The plugin is free in the WordPress.org repository and seems to work well. As changes are made to your Google Sheet, the values show on your website. It is easier to update the spreadsheet than trying to manually edit a table.

How to Turn Your Google Sheets Into WordPress Tables and Graphs

Plugins | elegantthemes.com | 13 days ago

Integrating the former into the latter enables you to get the...

5 min read Iain Poulson
Plugins | highrise.digital | 25 days ago

The pitfalls of WordPress page builders

A nice summary post about the issues working with page builder plugins in WordPress.

The pitfalls of WordPress page builders

Plugins | highrise.digital | 25 days ago

We’ve been vocal recently in our dislike for what has become an omnipresent force in WordPress – page builders. Love ’em or hate ’em – they’re here to stay. So what are the potential pitfalls? First, let’s look at what we mean by a WordPress ‘page builder’. These are plugins (sometimes built into themes) that allow a WordPress website owner to build pages with pre-built layout and content module options. We’re talking here about plugins like Visual Composer, Beaver Builder, and Divi Builder.
The plugins are extremely powerful. They allow users full control over the layout of a page and can offer a bewildering array of options and settings.
It isn’t hard to see why these have become so popular. Chris Lema wrote a whole post on it. If you’re a website owner you can now add the content you want, where you want it. Effectively, you become a web designer and cut out the need for expensive developers.
And that’s where some of the problems lie.
You’re a designer now, ready or not
Some of these page builders give you free reign over page design, including columns, margins, padding, colours, etc. If your theme

Plugins | wp-rocket.me | 20 days ago

WordPress Plugins: How Many is Too Many?

Installing thousands of WordPress plugins is all too tempting, but would likely break your site. Here's a definitive answer on how many you can install.

WordPress Plugins: How Many is Too Many?

Plugins | wp-rocket.me | 20 days ago

With over 50,000 plugins in the WordPress repository, it’s easy to feel like a kid in a candy store. The problem is you shouldn’t because mo’ plugins, mo’ problems. Having too many plugins installed on your WordPress site can cause many potential problems including slowing your site down to a crawl.
Since 40% of visitors leave a site if it takes more than three seconds to load, it’s important to pair down the number of plugins you use.
But just how many WordPress plugins is really too many?
Today, I’ll share how installing too many plugins can become an issue for your WordPress site. I’ll also answer the all important question of how many plugins is too many to install.
Maybe I’m Amazed at the Way Plugins Work
Why bother installing plugins at all? While WordPress is chalk-full of features, it’s not everything you need in most cases.
The WordPress core offers a great foundation for your site, but if you really want to turn things up a notch, plugins are the answer.
They can offer practical solutions such as boosting your SEO, speeding up your site with browser and database caching and providing solid security, but that just scratches

4 min read Phpbits Studio
Plugins | widget-options.com | 17 days ago

The Benefits of Floating Call to Action Buttons on your WordPress Sites

Know how beneficial using WordPress floating call to action buttons to your websites are.

The Benefits of Floating Call to Action Buttons on your WordPress Sites

Plugins | widget-options.com | 17 days ago

Visitors of your website expect a pleasant viewing experience besides good-quality and high-reliability contents. They want ease and convenience and never want to be forced into doing anything; they want the freedom to take actions at their own pace and time. This is where floating call to action buttons come in very handy. To help you design your pages with user experience, preference, and engagement in mind, you need plugins that allow for users to explore your pages without them feel intruded. Rather, you want to be helpful in a “semi-active, semi-passive” way. It’s like you don’t create call to actions buttons within or even over the content, but you make options to make actions conveniently accessible within their view and reach without blocking their views off of your main contents.
The Benefits of WordPress Floating Call to Action buttons
What are the benefits of using WordPress floating call to action buttons? The first two paragraphs briefly explain the good things about them. Now, lets go over the details.
WP floating call-to-action buttons are user-directed. You don’t tell users; rather, you suggest them what to do. For example, pop-ups are annoying

2 min read Dave Warfel
Plugins | make.wordpress.org | 25 days ago

Videos that address the concerns of Gutenberg

Videos that address some of the concerns & recent chatter around Gutenberg NOT being that revolutionary.

Videos that address the concerns of Gutenberg

Plugins | make.wordpress.org | 25 days ago

There’s been a few interesting conversations about Gutenberg in the context of what the future of WordPress may look like. Given the fact we are starting from the bottom up with the post and page editor, and not yet directly tackling wider theme or customization implications, I thought it could be useful to record a real video of what Gutenberg is capable of doing at the moment—which hopefully better illustrates what it could do in the future after the post and page editing milestone. Here’s a simple theme that integrates with Gutenberg in the following ways:
Defines specific styles for blocks.
Loads the theme styles within the Gutenberg editor.
Produces a WYSIWYG experience of true direct manipulation that remains fast and optimized for editing.
Custom Theme in GutenbergGet Link to Video
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The above video starts from a blank state, but it could just as well start with blocks already in place—templates and guides—waiting for the user to fill in the blanks and guiding them through the process:
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These are quickly put together, but I hope it shows how things can progress even with

8 min read Matt Cromwell
Plugins | calderaforms.com | Aug. 10, 2017

Five Ways I'd Like To Be Proven Wrong About Gutenberg - Caldera Forms

Had a great conversation with Josh Pollock about his legitimate concerns with Gutenberg. We covered all sides pretty well. There's definitely a need for clearer direction with the project. For the un-intiated this is a helpful starter into the complexities of what Gutenberg means for WordPress in general.

Five Ways I'd Like To Be Proven Wrong About Gutenberg - Caldera Forms

Plugins | calderaforms.com | Aug. 10, 2017

I love WordPress, and I think that the proposed “Gutenberg” editor for WordPress 5.0 is very cool, but like many, I have a lot of concerns with it. When I wrote a post for Torque in June ago, I was pretty critical of early beta. When I was working on the post I asked my friend Matt from Give to review the post and he disagreed. In our conversation, I kept saying, “I want to be wrong.” I want to be wrong about Gutenberg.
WordPress is everything to me. If it were not for randomly deciding to write a blog and realizing what I could do if I moved my WordPress.com site to self-hosted and then being taught to be a PHP and JavaScript developer by this amazing community, I wouldn’t have a career, the amazing friends, or vast collection of WordCamp t-shirts that I have today.
In my post for Torque, I said I was very worried about what the intent and design priorities of Gutenberg meant for the future of WordPress. I’ve had a lot of conversations about this that go to bad places and again, I want to be wrong. So, here are my top 5 ways I want to be proven wrong about Gutenberg.
I recently recorded a discussion about this with Matt, along with <a href=”https://twitter.com/kevinwhoffman”>Kevin

Plugins | wedevs.com | Aug. 25, 2017

weForms - Exciting Brand New Free Contact Form Plugin for WordPress!

weForms is here! A brand new contact form plugin with VueJS backend, which makes it extremely fast, and it's very featured packed. And there is an introductory offer to get the 3-months Personal license for free.

weForms - Exciting Brand New Free Contact Form Plugin for WordPress!

Plugins | wedevs.com | Aug. 25, 2017

Recently, we talked about the problems with contact form plugins of WordPress industry. It’s undoubtedly true that the available market leaders have many problems and none of them is perfect. Now it’s time to have some better option. If you look at their pricing model and feature distribution, you will notice two major problems. They are costly for the packages they are giving and the Free ones are too much simplistic.
weDevs is the maker of WP User Frontend Pro and it is one of the most popular frontend posting plugin’s out there. So, we know how it works. We have conducted thorough research on this matter and have been working actively to solve the problems with WordPress Contact Form Plugins. Now, we are here to announce you something special that you all have been waiting for!
How you use your WordPress powered site is going to change thanks to the fastest and easiest contact form plugin, weForms. A contact form is essential for any kind of website and site owners go through a lot of costs to manage their subscription – not to mention the feature bias on popular solutions. With this new free Contact Form plugin from weDevs, you are getting a package of the

12 min read David Bisset
Plugins | ithemes.com | Aug. 10, 2017

The Story of iTheme's HelloSales

Sometimes i like a good backstory on a product, and Cory Miller provides an interesting behind the scenes.

The Story of iTheme's HelloSales

Plugins | ithemes.com | Aug. 10, 2017

Everything we do at iThemes has meaning (our mission is to Make People’s Lives Awesome), and often a deep meaning that many simply do not know. Some of the best stories we hold as a team are how we came to build and launch the products we have since 2008.
For instance, how we came about releasing our hit WordPress backup plugin, BackupBuddy (tl;dr: two servers crashes with no backups and of course Dustin Bolton), or our WordPress security plugin, iThemes Security (how I found Better WP Security and met Chris Wiegman), or our WordPress theme framework iThemes Builder (you guys wanted unlimited page layout options and so Chris Jean built it for you).
But there are many more. And they are very special stories to us and to me … because in this grand experiment called iThemes, as we’ve continued to innovate by simply solving problems for you, there is so much more going on behind the scenes.… because in this grand experiment called iThemes, as we’ve continued to innovate by simply solving problems for you, there is so much more going on behind the scenes.
So I wanted to take a moment and share a recent meaningful story publicly … about our newest product

5 min read Cozmoslabs
Plugins | translatepress.com | 20 days ago

Translate Dynamic Strings in WordPress

The translation of dynamic strings in WordPress can be a challenge and TranslatePress' new mission is to make things easier. Discover below how to translate all the strings in your site, by using the same interface.

Translate Dynamic Strings in WordPress

Plugins | translatepress.com | 20 days ago

At times it can be challenging to translate dynamic strings in WordPress for two main reasons: they come from a plugin or theme that is not using gettext for their strings
they are user created and saved in plugin or theme options, in user meta or in a custom table the translation plugin doesn’t know about
Themes like Hestia make use of the WordPress Customizer interface to quickly build a beautiful front-page containing a slider, various columns for information, a list of WooCommerce products if it’s needed as well as a contact form. A lot of content from that front-page is not stored in the wp_posts or wp_postmeta. While some will voice concerns over why breaking the post/page convention is a bad idea, I personally like how smooth the experience of setting up that initial page was.
This flexibility is great when you want to do things your way, however, it’s also the main reason translating a WordPress site 100% can be a little harder to achieve, especially if you’re not technical.
Current Solutions
Each translation plugin has it’s own workflow when they translate dynamic strings.
gettext strings are translated per plugin / theme or directly from https://translate.wordpress.org/

8 min read David McCan
Plugins | themeisle.com | 28 days ago

We Tested 3 WordPress Database Maintenance Plugins: Our Results

The author of the post tested three database maintenance plugins to see if they really improved site performance. I would have liked to see more in depth testing, but an interesting topic.

We Tested 3 WordPress Database Maintenance Plugins: Our Results

Plugins | themeisle.com | 28 days ago

Your database is one of the most crucial components of your WordPress website. It’s where all your posts, revisions, and lots of other critical information are stored, so keeping it running in top shape is vital. However, as time passes, it’s normal for your database to become ‘bloated’ – and that’s where WordPress database maintenance plugins come in. These tools enable you to optimize your databases and keep them lean, which is said to translate to faster loading times and less space taken up on your servers. However, not all plugins are equally effective, so you’ll want to pick and choose when it comes to database maintenance plugins.
In this case, we’ll take care of the testing for you. First, we’ll talk a bit more about what WordPress database maintenance plugins are and how they work. Then we’ll try out three popular options and see how they compare.
TL;DR: Overall, our testing points to WP-Optimize as the best option, but we encourage you to read the full post to see how we came to that conclusion.
What WordPress database maintenance plugins are (and how they can benefit you)
Your site’s database is a collection

13 min read Dave Warfel
Plugins | thrivethemes.com | 27 days ago

Thrive Architect - NEW Visual Editor & Landing Page Builder

Thrive Themes just launched their new page builder and it looks quite impressive. They were one of the first to introduce a front-end visual editor, and this update takes it even further. Beaver Builder & Elementor seem to be the current front-runners in the page builder space, but I think this one is definitely worth a look.

Thrive Architect - NEW Visual Editor & Landing Page Builder

Plugins | thrivethemes.com | 27 days ago

Creating beautiful, engaging and visually impressive content & layouts in WordPress has never been easier! A good tool for your business should be easy and not take away from your time and energy. Thrive Architect is the visual page builder that is built from the ground up for business and conversion focused websites. And because we know that entrepreneurs are busy, Thrive Architect is built with an obsessive focus on being as fast as possible to use. We’ve removed every possible barrier between the business idea in your head and a professional presence of that business on your website.
When you load up the Thrive Architect editor, everything follows one simple idea. We call it “click-to-edit”. If you want to change something, you click on it and you’ll see your edits instantly. If you want to move something, you click, drag and drop. We’ve removed every obstacle between you and building the content you want.
80 beautifully designed and 100% conversion focused landing page templates that come bundled with Thrive Architect. It’s simply the fastest way to create professional looking sales pages, opt-in pages, webinar pages and more, that are instantly

15 min read David Bisset
Plugins | kinsta.com | Aug. 18, 2017

11 Best WordPress PDF Viewer Plugins

Apparently there's a wide variety of options when it comes to PDFs. Your client(s) might ask, and now you know!

11 Best WordPress PDF Viewer Plugins

Plugins | kinsta.com | Aug. 18, 2017

Imagine you’re a teacher with a simple WordPress site. You’re getting excited about the new school year yet you’d like to give your students some digital-friendly documents for them to prepare for classes and understand the material. Your first order of business is to share the class rubric with all of the assignments and tests throughout the semester. You have the PDF file, but you’re unable to make it all that printer-friendly as a blog post or page. Why doesn’t WordPress have a PDF viewer where visitors can view a full PDF and download it if they want? WordPress has plenty of features, but a PDF viewer isn’t one of them. Luckily, the wonderful world of WordPress PDF viewer plugins come to the rescue.
What’s a WordPress PDF Viewer Plugin and When Would You Use It?
Take our example of the teacher and the rubric above. In this situation, there’s no substitute for a viewable and printable PDF on the class website. Chances are, half of the students will throw out printed handouts and the idea of copying and pasting the PDF content into a blog post is a formatting and printing nightmare.
PDFs are great for many situations, and a PDF plugin

3 min read Dave Warfel
Plugins | woocommerce.com | Aug. 23, 2017

New WooCommerce Amazon Fulfilment Plugin Looks Legit

The new Amazon Fulfilment plugin for WooCommerce looks to be pretty powerful. Has anyone set it up and used it yet? Is it as good as advertised?

New WooCommerce Amazon Fulfilment Plugin Looks Legit

Plugins | woocommerce.com | Aug. 23, 2017

Automatically ship orders from your WooCommerce site to your customers with FBA. Through this extension Amazon will pick, pack, ship, and track orders for you! Remove the hassle of fulfillment and spend more time creating and selling great products!
This integration is fast and easy to set up and comes with a variety of options ranging from complete auto-pilot all the way down to specific product shipping options if desired.
POWERFUL FEATURES
Configure Whole Store or Set Per Product
Compatible with ALL Amazon Regions Worldwide
Whether you’re selling domestically or internationally this extension will connect to any single Region and Marketplace in Amazon.
Track FBA Order Statuses inside WooCommerce
Offer Amazon Shipping Speeds to Your Customers
Advanced Email Notifications
Automatically Sync Stock Levels
Mixed Orders
Package Tracking for Customers
Your customers can access shipping and tracking information right from their View Order page.
Admins can also view the entire fulfillment history in the order notes.
Manually Send Orders to FBA
How WooCommerce Amazon Fulfillment works:
This extension is flexible and can handle a wide range of shipping scenarios, but its main purpose

13 min read Donna Cavalier
Plugins | kinsta.com | Aug. 2, 2017

How to Uninstall a WordPress Plugin (the Proper Way)

I thought I already knew all there was to know about this, but nope. I learned a little from the article.

How to Uninstall a WordPress Plugin (the Proper Way)

Plugins | kinsta.com | Aug. 2, 2017

With over 50,000 WordPress plugins on the repository alone, it’s more than likely you’ll test out and compare a few different ones to accomplish tasks or solve problems on your site. When you’re done with one, you simply uninstall it by deactivating and deleting it right? Wrong, the issue with doing it this way is that it can leave behind tables and rows in your database, and over time this can add up quite quickly, which in turn can affect your site’s performance and even cost you money on disk space. Today we are going to show you a few tips on how to uninstall a WordPress plugin the proper way to ensure your database stays small and snappy. How to Uninstall a WordPress Plugin in the Dashboard
Before we dive into how to properly uninstall a WordPress plugin, lets first discuss the typical ways users delete plugins in WordPress. The first is simply from the dashboard. Follow the steps below to uninstall a WordPress the normal way (without removing data).
Step 1
Navigate to “Installed Plugins” in your dashboard and click on “Deactivate” next to the plugin. In this example, we are uninstalling the Wordfence security plugin.
Step 2
The last

2 min read Matt Cromwell
Plugins | givewp.com | Aug. 10, 2017

Give LIVE! Getting Excited for Give 2.0

Some big new features are coming soon to Give 2.0. We chat with Founder and Lead Developer, Devin Walker all about it.

Give LIVE! Getting Excited for Give 2.0

Plugins | givewp.com | Aug. 10, 2017

Give 2.0 is coming as early as this fall and it has a lot of great improvements under the hood. Our Founder and Lead Developer Devin Walker will join us to discuss all things Give 2.0. Items we covered in this Episode
How 2.0 paves the way for the future of Give
This is the recording from our live broadcast from August 9, 2017
Septmber Topic: Managing Users and Roles with Give
Our next event is Wednesday, September 13, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. PST. We’ll discuss how you can ask users to register for your website with Give and restrict or grant access to content based on their user role. We’ll also discuss all things related to users and roles in WordPress.

3 min read Rhys Wynne
Plugins | winwar.co.uk | 26 days ago

Inline Tweet Sharer 2.0 (and Premium) - Released!

I've released Inline Tweet Sharer 2.0 today. It's now a lot neater and easier to use, as well as introduces some nice features into the premium for those who want to track their twitter links better. Check it out!

Inline Tweet Sharer 2.0 (and Premium) - Released!

Plugins | winwar.co.uk | 26 days ago

Today I’m delighted to announce that – following some development time and liaising with the community – one of my more popular plugins, Inline Tweet Sharer, has been upgraded to version 2.0. And I’m happy to announce that at the same time, Inline Tweet Sharer Premium has been released! About Inline Tweet Sharer Premium
Inline Tweet Sharer Premium is a plugin designed for those who are looking to take their Twitter Marketing up a notch. It will help increase your follower account to those engaged with your audience, as well as give you valuable insights into what content is being shared. You can read more about it here.
Inline Tweet Sharer Premium Features
Here’s the features introduced in the first version of Inline Tweet Sharer Premium.
Include Related Followers To Encourage Signups
What happens after people share your tweet? Normally, you’d just return to your site, or worse disappear from the site. In the premium version instead you also can encourage users to follow your accounts.
Campaign Tracking in Google Analytics
You can create campaign variables in Google Analytics. What this means is you can add to the end of the URL sharing various variable