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1 min read Donna Cavalier
Plugins | torquemag.io | 5 days ago

Torque's 2017 Plugin Madness

It's essentially March Madness for plugins, with plugins moving through the brackets in the competition. Kinda neat idea.

Torque's 2017 Plugin Madness

Plugins | torquemag.io | 5 days ago

WordPressers, get ready! We’re back with Torque’s 2017 Plugin Madness, where 64 WordPress plugins compete against each other for total plugin domination! Come back each week to vote for your favorite plugins. The winner will be announced on April 18!
Modeled after the NCAA college basketball tournament March Madness, we use a bracket-based voting system to pit plugins against one another each week.

1 min read Jake Jackson
Plugins | updraftplus.com | 6 days ago

Open source replacement for Clef in the works

Clef announced they will be shutting down their service in June, leaving a large number of WordPress users high and dry. UpdraftPlus announced they'll release a feature-comparable replacement in April.

Open source replacement for Clef in the works

Plugins | updraftplus.com | 6 days ago

As we revealed yesterday that we were busy developing an opensource replacement for Clef, who recently announced they were ending their innovative two factor authentication app. We can reveal today the new name and logo for our product. We’re calling it “Keyy” as it’s an instant and secure way to logon to your site using your phone.
We hope to launch in April, and we’ll be posting updates!

5 min read Dave Warfel
Plugins | wptavern.com | 7 days ago

PressShack Forks Edit Flow to Create PublishPress, Aims to Improve Multi-User Editorial Workflow in WordPress

A plugin that has long been left in limbo, finally gets forked and rebuilt. It was created by the same folks behind OSTraining. I'm curious to see where they take this, and what happens to EditFlow.

PressShack Forks Edit Flow to Create PublishPress, Aims to Improve Multi-User Editorial Workflow in WordPress

Plugins | wptavern.com | 7 days ago

Last week Steve Burge and the team at PressShack released PublishPress, a fork of Automattic’s Edit Flow plugin. PressShack is operated by the same team behind OSTraining with a focus on creating publishing plugins for larger organizations. Edit Flow has more than 10,000 active installs but is updated sporadically and is not very well supported. The PressShack creators saw an opportunity to fork the plugin and sell commercial support and add-ons. PublishPress is now available on WordPress.org with a seamless migration for Edit Flow users.
The first release offers the same features as Edit Flow along with a complete face lift, making interaction with the plugin’s settings more user-friendly. The new tabbed interface puts all the settings on one screen. PressShack has also tweaked the language of the plugin, changing Story Budget” to “Overview”, and simplifying other terms.
PublishPress introduces a few changes to the calendar, allowing users to click anywhere on a date to add content. It exposes the iCal or Google Calendar feed and uses icons to show post statuses, saving space for other information.
Burge said that PublishPress will be making a fresh start

Important update regarding the upcoming WooCommerce release; 2.7 will be 3.0.0

WooCommerce 2.7 is revising to WooCommerce 3.0.0, and releasing on 4th April 2017.

Important update regarding the upcoming WooCommerce release; 2.7 will be 3.0.0

tl;dr: We’re re-versioning WooCommerce 2.7 as WooCommerce 3.0.0, and releasing this on 4th April 2017. We found a critical bug in the way the system handles timestamps, which wasn’t caught sooner, and have had numerous requests from third-party extension developers for more testing time, due to the scale of changes in this release. This past week we’ve been having several conversions about 2.7 both internally and with some 3rd party developers to get feedback about the new release, and to discuss the new CRUD system.
From those discussions and from feedback in our RC/beta posts it was clear developers would like a little more time to test and would appreciate longer RC periods in the future. It was also requested that versions were more descriptive of what was actually inside the release.
We also found a few issues specific to timezone handling and timestamps, which we felt would be better handled before release, simply because if we don’t do it now this could cause issues with method naming in future releases. Essentially, some developers need a way to reliable get UTC timestamps as well as dates according to the site’s timezone.
To resolve this we’re

10 min read weglot
Plugins | blog.weglot.com | 6 days ago

Going Multilingual With Weglot Translate and Top Selling WordPress Themes

This post showcases a few striking examples of Websites going Multilingual with Weglot Translate and Top Selling WordPress Themes.

Going Multilingual With Weglot Translate and Top Selling WordPress Themes

Plugins | blog.weglot.com | 6 days ago

There are many compelling reasons why your website should be available in more than one language. To begin with, it’s an effective marketing strategy. It shows your willingness to work across borders and reach out to customers across cultures. Not only that, it instantly creates an international aura for your company. Reaching out to your target audience in their own language is one way of increasing subscribers/users/readers, generating leads and increasing revenues. In this post, we’ll discuss three top selling WordPress Themes and check out examples of websites going multilingual with Weglot Translate in combination with these themes. You’ll see that Weglot combines well with these themes to make your website fully multilingual. You can also discover the key benefits of activating Weglot on your site.
Owned by Nick Roach, Elegant Themes is a theme house that creates many original and quality WordPress themes. The theme house has been around for 10+ years. So you can be sure of regular updates to the themes and that support is always available.
They offer a straight forward deal – $89 for a basket of 87 themes + 3 plugins, for use on any number of websites

4 min read Donna Cavalier
Plugins | wptavern.com | 18 days ago

Google Launches Invisible reCAPTCHA

Oh I am loving this. The less frustrating the better.

Google Launches Invisible reCAPTCHA

Plugins | wptavern.com | 18 days ago

Three years ago Google introduced its new reCAPTCHA v2 API, replacing distorted text challenges with a simple “I’m not a robot” checkbox for validating users. This was a welcome improvement over the fuzzy text in a box that frustrated and infuriated real humans. reCAPTCHA v1 is no longer supported as of May 2016 and most sites have moved on to use v2. WordPress.org was one of the early adopters of reCAPTCHA v2 and still uses it to validate users on its registration form.
The evolution of reCAPTCHA technology continues, as Google opened up registration for its new Invisible reCAPTCHA today. With the exception of the “Protected by reCAPTCHA” badge on forms, the newest implementation is invisible. It doesn’t require the user to click anything. Invisible reCAPTCHA validates users in the background and is invoked when the user clicks on an existing button on the site. It can also be invoked by a JavaScript API call. If it deems the traffic to be suspicious, it will require the user to solve a captcha.
Invisible reCaptcha for WordPress
Invisible reCaptcha for WordPress is the first plugin to implement the new API. It was launched in December 2016, shortly

Plugins | cloudways.com | 12 days ago

How to add Google Invisible reCAPTCHA Plugin to WordPress

A Few weeks back, Google revamped reCAPTCHA and named it as "Invisible reCAPTCHA".
"Invisible reCAPTCHA is activated only in cases where Google suspects that the visitor is not a human."

How to add Google Invisible reCAPTCHA Plugin to WordPress

Plugins | cloudways.com | 12 days ago

Cyber Security is the one area that worries everyone from an everyday internet user to corporate web portal administrators. Since WordPress powers more than 27% of the web, it is often a prime target for hackers. Many experts suggest that security of your website is as important as speeding up your WordPress site. Major tips for securing WooCommerce stores also apply to WordPress websites. In particular, always remember to secure WordPress sites with htaccess.
WordPress website administrators often face spam comments, automatic fake registrations as common security threats. CAPTCHA is a very powerful tool for protecting websites against bots. Until now, this security measure generated a security question that only humans can answer. In many cases, solving CAPTCHA every time for gaining access to resources is very annoying.
Invisible reCAPTCHA is activated only in cases where Google suspects that the visitor is not a human.
In this article, I will discuss how you can integrate Google invisible reCAPTCHA in WordPress to control spam, abuse of forms and improve the security of the website.
Step 1: Install Google Invisible reCAPTCHA Plugin
The first step is also the simplest. You just need

Plugins | wpblog.com | 8 days ago

How To Setup Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) on WordPress

AMP is growing rapidly. A lot of WordPress developers have adopted this change by quickly developing plugins to accept pages and convert them into AMP supportive formats. This is the beauty of the WordPress community that they always keep track of the newest developments and quickly adapt them.

WooCommerce 3.0.0 RC1 is HERE!

The release candidate for WooCommerce 3.0.0 “Bionic Butterfly” is now available! The final release is scheduled to be launched on Tuesday, April 4th

WooCommerce 3.0.0 RC1 is HERE!

This was quite the week. A few days ago we announced the decision to reversion and release 2.7 as 3.0.0. This was due to finding a critical bug in the way the system handles timestamps, which wasn’t caught sooner, and requests from third-party extension developers for more testing time. At the same time we chose to adopt semantic versioning going forward to make releases clearer. Today, the release candidate for WooCommerce 3.0.0 “Bionic Butterfly” is available!
Shipping a release candidate (RC) means we think we’re done but, with hundreds of thousands of stores and so many plugins and themes, it’s possible we’ve missed something. We hope to ship WooCommerce 3.0.0 on Tuesday, April 4th but we need your help to get there!
To test WooCommerce 3.0.0 RC1, you can use our WooCommerce Beta Tester plugin or you can download the release candidate here (zip).
Since 3.0.0 is now in release candidate stage, only bug fixes will be made. No other changes should take place.
Think you’ve found a bug? Please post in detail to Github.
Since the previous RC we’ve fixed a bunch of minor issues and one critical issue which may require a code change in your

2 min read Donna Cavalier
Plugins | blog.getclef.com | 22 days ago

Discontinuing Support for Clef – Two Factor Authenticity

Wow, Clef shutting down. That's gotta be a shock to a lot of people.

Discontinuing Support for Clef – Two Factor Authenticity

Plugins | blog.getclef.com | 22 days ago

Starting next week, we will be winding down our business and sunsetting the Clef product. Our team will be joining another company, which we’ll have more news about in the next few weeks. The Clef product will continue operating for three months, starting today, with a final shutdown date of June 6, 2017. Everything will remain fully functional and maintained until that date, at which point the mobile apps will cease functioning and be removed from the Google Play and Apple App stores.
If you are a current Clef user, we recommend that you begin transitioning away from Clef as a login method as soon as possible. We’ve written a guide for both API and WordPress user with instructions on making that transition here.
If you have any questions or concerns, we are available at support@getclef.com to help with the transition.
B Byrne
CEO, Clef

3 min read Dara Duman
Plugins | emdplugins.com | 6 days ago

Enterprise WordPress: Managing Organizational Reporting Hierarchy

Employee Directory Pro plugin has built-in functionality to create, display and maintain the reporting hierarchy of an organization in WordPress.

Enterprise WordPress: Managing Organizational Reporting Hierarchy

Plugins | emdplugins.com | 6 days ago

In large organizations, information flows up and down different layers of hierarchy which is commonly known as reporting hierarchy. Understanding the reporting hierarchy helps employees better understand which unit, job, position and lastly an employee with appropriate skillset that work needs to be assigned to. One of the many benefits of creating organization charts is the visualization of the reporting hierarchy of an organization by graphically showcasing boundaries of departments, functions or units. Simply looking at an organizational chart of a department, internal and external customers get an understanding of a unit's tasks, which manager is responsible for supervising which employees and finally who to contact to initiate work order.
Employee Directory Professional WordPress plugin allows creating employee to manager relationships within each employee profile. The employee to manager relationships can be bulk imported or updated from CSV files or directly from an LDAP service such as Microsoft Active Directory or Apache Directory using eMD Active Directory/LDAP plugin.
The relationships can then be displayed on organization chart, employee profile, taxonomy and archive pages.

8 min read WPLift
Plugins | wplift.com | Feb. 16, 2017

How Many WordPress Plugins is Too Many? The Answer Might Surprise You

The question that every wordpress admin asks himself from time to time: How many plugins can I have on my website? What is the limit? And what should I keep in mind when installing new plugins.

How Many WordPress Plugins is Too Many? The Answer Might Surprise You

Plugins | wplift.com | Feb. 16, 2017

If you’ve used WordPress for a while, I’m sure someone has told you that you “shouldn’t use too many plugins”. It’s obvious – using too many plugins will slow your WordPress site down, right? But is that actually true? I mean, people tell me I shouldn’t swim after eating, but I’ve done that my whole life and I’m still alive and kicking! So is the common knowledge that “too many plugins is bad” good for WordPress?
In this post, I’m going to attempt to answer that question. So, if your admin sidebar is bursting at the seams with links to plugin settings pages, join me on this adventure into the world of plugin collecting.
Is Having Lots of Plugins Always Bad?
Let’s start at the beginning. I’m not a developer, but in my reading, I’m fairly certain that I’m accurate in saying that there’s nothing inherently wrong with having lots of plugins.
I mean, I remember reading somewhere that Pippin Williamson has over 80 plugins running on some of his sites! Pippin knows a thing or two about plugins, so I’m going to trust him on this one.
In a perfect world populated with perfect developers,

5 min read Vova Feldman
Plugins | themekraft.com | 20 days ago

Integrate BuddyPress with WooCommerce - Released on WordPress.org!

BuddyPress + WooCommerce made easy! The guys at ThemeKraft just released another awesome BuddyPress extension as a free plugin on .org.

Integrate BuddyPress with WooCommerce - Released on WordPress.org!

Plugins | themekraft.com | 20 days ago

Perfect for marketplaces, membership sites, digital products, auction sites or any kind of subscription site! Create a seamless customer experience and get more engagement on your site by integrating your WooCommerce store with your BuddyPress community.
Sync customer data: Show purchase history, product downloads and more in your BuddyPress member profiles. Make all customer relevant data accessible from one place. Add pages from other WooCommerce extensions right into your BuddyPress member profiles.
That allows you a quick great overview about the engagement level of your customers & users and let’s you manage your site more efficiently.
3rd party friendly plugin
You have other WooCommerce extensions? No problem! With this plugin is extremely 3rd party friendly and can add pages from other WooCommerce extensions right into your BuddyPress member profiles.
More reasons why you should use the WooCommerce Integration for BuddyPress
Everything is centralized in one place. Many other plugins (including WooCommerce plugins) come with their own interface. This can be frustrating for the customers if they need to look up their payment history, downloads or user relevant data from

3 min read Mamdouh E Samy
Plugins | 103graphics.com | 13 days ago

WordPress Themes with True 1-click Demo Installs

I thought I would try to create a list of themes I’ve used and found to have true 1-click demo installs to help anyone looking for the right theme with this important features to find it with ease.

WordPress Themes with True 1-click Demo Installs

Plugins | 103graphics.com | 13 days ago

The Idea: After having writing two articles about WordPress demo importing; Not All demo imports are Alike and Why Demo importing is still a challenge, I thought I would try to create a list of themes I’ve used and found to have true 1-click demo installs to help anyone looking for the right theme with this important features to find it with ease.
My List:
Avada:
A lot of theme authors nowadays have started to create their own importer plugins and many of them deliver it pre-installed with the theme that you get to run it right after you install the theme.
And a very good example of that is the Avada Theme Demo Importer which is a true 1-click demo importer.
And although I have a couple of comments on the Avada theme as a whole I find that its demo importer is a great one that does the job perfectly every time.
Listify:
Another cool demo import I found was the Listify theme demo importer, and this one was so simple to use and it imports everything with just one click.
Sahifa:
Sahifa theme from Tielabs was another example of one-click demo installers which gives you everything in just a single click and it won’t affect your current data, I can say it was one of the easiest

Plugins | github.com | 22 days ago

Know2Comment plugin

Interesting idea - require the user to pass a quiz about the story before being able to comment.

Know2Comment plugin

Plugins | github.com | 22 days ago

NRKbeta Know2Comment Require the user to pass a quiz about the story before being able to comment.
This plugin disables the comment form until a user has passed a quiz about the story he's about to comment on.
The plugin is made for Wordpress, but the JavaScript component can easily be implemented into other CMS systems as well.
Usage
Download the plugin
Rename the downloaded folder from nrkbetaquiz-master to nrkbetaquiz
Upload it to your plugins-folder
Enable the plugin in your wordpress backend
Fill out the quiz questions and answers in the post admin interface
Start using it!
Usage (outside of Wordpress)
If you're using a different content management system, you can still use the JavaScript component to enable this functionality on your site.
The component requires a DIV right before the container which holds your comment form. The DIV has two data-attributes: data-nrkbetaquiz and data-nrkbetaquiz-error. The DIV also needs the class nrkbetaquiz.
data-nrkbetaquiz-error is a string with the error message in case the user has answered the quiz wrongfully. data-nrkbetaquiz is an array with the following structure:
[{
text: 'Who is the current president of The Unites States?'
answers:

Plugins | premium.wpmudev.org | 13 days ago

Hustle Opt-in and Pop-Up Plugin Now Free to Download from WordPress.org

Hustle Opt-in and Pop-Up Plugin by WPMU Dev is now available on WordPress repository for Free.
A good alternate to OptinMonster.

Hustle Opt-in and Pop-Up Plugin Now Free to Download from WordPress.org

Plugins | premium.wpmudev.org | 13 days ago

We’re excited to announce a free version of our email opt-in plugin Hustle is now available to download from the official WordPress Plugin Repository. Since launching Hustle Pro back in September, we’ve put a ton of development time into making it the best marketing plugin for WordPress. We’ve added a stack of new features, including new integrations and triggers, and also listened to user feedback to ensure it’s what you guys want.
And a couple of weeks ago, we quietly added Hustle to the WordPress Plugin Repository. We’re thrilled to see it’s being used on 70k active installs!
Download Hustle for Free from WordPress.org
The free version of Hustle includes all the features you’ll find in Hustle Pro with one limitation – you can only create one opt-in and one type of custom content (either a pop-up or slide-in).
Otherwise, you can go to town making the most of all its other features:
Simple design options so you can brand your opt-ins and pop-ups/slide-ins how you want
Highly targeted display settings, including all the behaviors and conditions you need to ensure visitors see your list or ads in the right place at the right time: time,

9 min read Iain Poulson
Plugins | yoast.com | 22 days ago

Whipping your hosting into shape

Yoast SEO will start to urge people on PHP 5.2 to upgrade their PHP version. At last an attempt to encourage hosts to upgrade!

Whipping your hosting into shape

Plugins | yoast.com | 22 days ago

In this post I explain why Yoast SEO will soon warn people whose website runs on an older, unsupported, version of PHP to upgrade their PHP version. We’re doing this mainly to improve the security and speed of those websites. This post is long, but I’ll explain:
what the problem is;
why we want to fix it;
why we burden the user with it;
and how web hosts can work with us.
PHP? Versions? What are you talking about?
WordPress, (like Yoast SEO), is built in large part in a programming language called PHP. This language, as WordPress itself, has gradually improved over time. Web developers all over the world are enjoying the new features that newer versions of PHP have brought. Also, more importantly, everyone all over the world enjoys the increased security these new versions bring. Unfortunately, WordPress developers do not get to join in.
Compared to WordPress, PHP has a rather aggressive update path. PHP 5.6 will receive security patches for just under two more years, but nothing else, and no other PHP 5 version receives security updates. PHP 7 is the future (and boy is it nice and fast).
Ever since July 2011, the minimum PHP required for WordPress is PHP version 5.2. Here

10 min read Codeinwp
Plugins | codeinwp.com | Feb. 13, 2017

New Tags Coming to the WordPress Plugin Repo? Users Respond With an Unanimous "Meh"

Will the proposed new WordPress plugin tags play an important role? 90% of survey respondents say "we don't care."

New Tags Coming to the WordPress Plugin Repo? Users Respond With an Unanimous "Meh"

Plugins | codeinwp.com | Feb. 13, 2017

According to our small survey, 90% of users say they don’t care if a free plugin they’re getting from the directory is only a limited, “lite” version of the fully-featured PRO. Okay, I might have BuzzFeeded the stats a bit here. The exact question we asked was, “Would you not use a WordPress.org plugin, just because it has a PRO version also available?” Again, 90% said “no.”
“Wait, what is this about anyway?!”
Okay, let’s rewind to the beginning:
What’s up with the new WordPress plugin tags
The whole thing started several months ago when Matt Mullenweg encouraged the WordPress community to brainstorm some ideas on how to improve the way plugins are presented in the official repository:
In short, the main goals:
better indicate if a plugin needs an external service to work,
indicate if there’s a more feature-rich premium (or “PRO”) version of the plugin available.
In today’s WordPress ecosystem, with more than 45,000 plugins in the repo, it gets harder and harder to find the right one, and many of them just don’t live up to the expectations.
And I have to give it to Matt, what he’s

1 min read Phpbits Studio
Plugins | wordpress.org | 13 days ago

Free White Label Login Plugin for WordPress

Check out this brand new White Label Login Plugin for WordPress. I hope you'll love it. Cheers!

Free White Label Login Plugin for WordPress

Plugins | wordpress.org | 13 days ago

Get the simplest WordPress login page that you can easily white labeled just by uploading logo and background image. That's it! In need of little customization apart from the images? Use the Custom CSS field and style your own login screen preference.
If you like to contribute, report issue or have suggestions, you can find the development version on Github.
More information

Plugins | feastdesignco.com | 19 days ago

5 Promises Your Recipe Plugin Should Make - Every Day All Day

I wrote up a post for Feast Design Co covering what promises your recipe plugin absolutely should make.

5 Promises Your Recipe Plugin Should Make - Every Day All Day

Plugins | feastdesignco.com | 19 days ago

From crafting something tasty (and all the recipe tweaking involved) to shooting gorgeous photos and writing easy to follow recipe instructions, food bloggers put so much time and effort into creating their recipes. All of that work goes to waste if you don’t have a way to present the recipes so they get the attention they deserve. Any recipe plugin worth its salt will make sure your recipes displayed on your blog beautifully, easy to read, and super easy to update so you can focus on the good food, not on complicated formatting. While there are a variety of WordPress recipe plugins out there, you want to make sure that yours is doing your recipes justice.
Here are five promises your recipe plugin should make:
Promise 1: Publishing your recipes is super simple.
First and foremost, publishing your recipe shouldn’t take you hours upon hours of complicated formatting. Your recipe plugin should be built so that getting your recipe formatted for online consumption is almost as easy as boiling water. You want to focus on the content, and your recipe plugin should ensure that you can do that.
A good recipe plugin is a partner in promoting your work, rather than an obstacle you

3 min read Dave Warfel
Plugins | jetpack.com | Feb. 7, 2017

Jetpack 4.6: Google Analytics Integration, PHP 7.1 Compatibility, and Publicize Improvements

The newest Jetpack release adds Google Analytics integration (pro plans), PHP 7.1 compatibility, and a few other improvements. Jetpack is moving pretty fast with new offerings ever since they started offering paid tier plans.

Jetpack 4.6: Google Analytics Integration, PHP 7.1 Compatibility, and Publicize Improvements

Plugins | jetpack.com | Feb. 7, 2017

Welcome to Jetpack 4.6, available now for upgrade or installation. This release includes: Google Analytics integration
PHP 7.1 compatibility
Publicize improvements
Enhancements to shortcodes and widgets
Google Analytics Integration
Existing and new Professional Plan customers now benefit from simpler Google Analytics setup and integration. Activate Google’s popular stats tool without any need to manually update theme files, templates, or installing additional plugins. For additional details please refer to our support document.
PHP 7.1 Compatibility
If your server is already running PHP 7.1 (or you’re considering upgrading), we’ve now added full compatibility with this version of PHP. If you come across any incompatibilities or problems please let us know.
Publicize Improvements
We’ve made a few improvements to Publicize based on user feedback:
Publicize now works better with scheduled posts.
Works when scheduling posts on a site that doesn’t use the default WP Cron mechanism.
Publicize now respects the “Shared” connection settings on a site with multiple authors.
Enhancements to Shortcodes and Widgets
If you use any of the following shortcodes

Plugins | medium.com | Feb. 8, 2017

Vectr Launches Embedded Editor Plugin For WordPress

Vectr’s free and simple embedded graphics editor makes it easy to edit images and create powerful vector graphics right in the edit screen of your WordPress page or post.

Vectr Launches Embedded Editor Plugin For WordPress

Plugins | medium.com | Feb. 8, 2017

Vectr Launches Embedded Editor Plugin For WordPress — [Media Kit ] Hi friends,
@ Vectr we are very excited to announce launching WordPress plugin! That is the first plugin built using Vectr’s embedded editor API. During the following months we’re going to launch further plugins, so stay tuned! ;)
The plugin is unique in many ways, allowing anyone to edit images and create powerful vector graphics right from the comfort of your WordPress window.
We really hope WordPress community is going to enjoy it a lot — and we do need your help spreading the word!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0PWjCDamCQM
Plugin Launch Details
Date — Tuesday, February 7, 2017
Plugin Price — Completely free, forever!
Twitter — @vectrlabs
Direct Link — https://wordpress.org/plugins/vectr-embedded-graphics-editor/
Vectr Website — www.vectr.com
Why Is Vectr’s Plugin Unique?
Vectr’s plugin brings full features of Vectr to WordPress. It is unique because it is the first vector graphics editor available on WordPress as a native plugin, and allowing you to create or edit 2D graphics from inside of your WordPress window.
Most common application of Vectr’s

Plugins | torquemag.io | 14 days ago

Doc Pop's News Drop: Clef 2 Factor Authentication is shutting down

Clef, the popular two-factor authentication plugin for WordPress, is shutting down. This week, Doc talks about why that’s a bummer and what plugins you can try instead.
It was very secure and safe. Disappointed with the decision, hoping, something new is coming.

Doc Pop's News Drop: Clef 2 Factor Authentication is shutting down

Plugins | torquemag.io | 14 days ago

Doc’s WordPress News Drop is a weekly report on the most pressing WordPress news. When the news drops, I will pick it up and deliver it right to you. Clef, the popular two factor authentication plugin for WordPress, is shutting down. This week, Doc talks about why that’s a bummer and what plugins you can try instead.
Love WordPress news but hate reading? This is Doc Pop’s News Drop.
Clef Two Factor authentication was a plugin that allowed you to sign into your WordPress site by pointing your smartphone camera towards a symbol displayed on the computer screen and Clef will automatically sign you in without pressing a single button. I know some people who liked it so much that they fully disabled all username/password signups on their site to prevent brute force attacks.
Sounds like something you want to install on your site? Too bad, the ceo of Clef has just announced they have merged with another company and are sunsetting the Clef Two Factor app on June 6th. Don’t worry though, Clef was hugely popular, so I’m sure many other plugins will step up to clone it’s functionality.
{ping sound, doc looks at phone} Oh, there’s one now.
Torque Magazine

4 min read Matt Cromwell
Plugins | aspengrovestudios.com | Feb. 14, 2017

We're Bringing Caldera Forms to Divi!

Big multi-shop initiative to collaborate for the benefit of end-users. Also a fun Giveaway. It's great when shops collaborate together to give bigger solutions for users.

We're Bringing Caldera Forms to Divi!

Plugins | aspengrovestudios.com | Feb. 14, 2017

We’re so excited to finally share the news of our latest project! Over the past couple of months, we’ve been working exceptionally hard on an exciting collaboration with one of the biggest names in the WordPress world. We, Aspen Grove Studios, have joined forces with the team at Caldera Forms to engineer interesting ways to integrate their plugin, Caldera Forms, within the Divi framework.
We’re big fans of Divi and the highly customizable modules in the Divi Builder, however, the contact form module sometimes doesn’t satisfy each of our needs.
Free to download, easy-to-use and compatible with the Divi theme, Caldera Forms is, in our opinion, the single best form builder plugin available.
With its easy-to-use drag-and-drop builder and an overall stylish interface, Caldera Forms turns the often laborious task of creating, coding and configuring a web form into an enjoyable exercise.
As well as standard fields such as text area input or contact number entry for simple forms, Caldera Forms offers an extensive list of complex form building options, and too, accommodates for conditional logic.
Bringing powerful software solutions together
We wanted to bring the functionality