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Plugins | wordpress.org | Jun. 19, 2016

NanoSupport

A brand new WordPress Support Ticket Management plugin. Its free, featured on several WP related place.

NanoSupport

Plugins | wordpress.org | Jun. 19, 2016

Create a fully featured Support Center within your WordPress environment without any third party software, for completely FREE of cost. No 3rd party support ticketing system required, no external site/api dependency, simply create your own fully featured Support Center within your WordPress environment, and take your support into the next level.
What is it?
The plugin is to provide support to your users - the users those are taking product or services from you. So the plugin provides a managable communication privately in between you and your that specific user only. Visit the 'Installation' tab for more details on how to use the plugin.
Features
OnActivation setup
Smart templating for nice theme support
Smartly designed Support Center
Completely Private ticketing
Ticket submission with registration
Ticket submission with login (Beta Feature)
Auto generate user account's username on ticket submission (if chosen)
Auto generate user account's password on ticket submission (if chosen)
Knowledgebase
Knowledgebase content categories
Ticket departments
Default ticket department 'Support'
Make agent from registered users
Assign ticket to an agent
Change ticket status (Pending, Open, Under

7 min read David Bisset
Community | wordpress.org | Jul. 4, 2017

Why Wangguard Was Closed

This is something i think the community should know. Regardless if you used Wangguard or not, take a moment and read the reason why the developer stopped.

Why Wangguard Was Closed

Community | wordpress.org | Jul. 4, 2017

Many people have been wondering why WangGuard closed for good. It is a question that I have come across more or less frequently in the WordPress forums, the official WordPress.org Slack, Twitter, and so on. I have never answered, but I feel that now the time has come to explain, since thousands of sites worldwide were using this plugin and there are conjectures everywhere.
From what I’ve seen, those conjectures can be anything from the economic ones, the professional ones, or the “he closed it just because” ones.
None of the above fits in the least with reality. Yes, WangGuard had a high server cost for me, but SiteGround had started to sponsor WangGuard, and hence that cost was gone. The only “cost” left was the time that I dedicated to the plugin. As to the professional one, that I had started to work for a company and had no time left, of course not. I still feel very comfortable working for myself, even though I can work more or less regularly for important companies, who know that I am a free agent. The “just because” conjecture is the most absurd of all: WangGuard was created to help people with a very big problem on the internet, particularly

11 min read David Bisset
Development | wordpress.org | Jun. 8, 2017

WordPress 4.8 “Evans” Is Out!

WordPress 4.8 is out, named “Evans” in honor of William John “Bill” Evans. Grab now and bask in the glory of a fresh new release.

WordPress 4.8 “Evans” Is Out!

Development | wordpress.org | Jun. 8, 2017

An Update with You in Mind Gear up for a more intuitive WordPress!
Version 4.8 of WordPress, named “Evans” in honor of jazz pianist and composer William John “Bill” Evans, is available for download or update in your WordPress dashboard. New features in 4.8 add more ways for you to express yourself and represent your brand.
Though some updates seem minor, they’ve been built by hundreds of contributors with you in mind. Get ready for new features you’ll welcome like an old friend: link improvements, three new media widgets covering images, audio, and video, an updated text widget that supports visual editing, and an upgraded news section in your dashboard which brings in nearby and upcoming WordPress events.
Exciting Widget Updates
Image Widget
Adding an image to a widget is now a simple task that is achievable for any WordPress user without needing to know code. Simply insert your image right within the widget settings. Try adding something like a headshot or a photo of your latest weekend adventure — and see it appear automatically.
Video Widget
A welcome video is a great way to humanize the branding of your website. You can now add any video

2 min read Hesham
Security | wordpress.org | Jul. 23, 2015

WordPress 4.2.3 Security and Maintenance Release

WordPress 4.2.3 has been release, it's now available at WordPress.org, this is a critical security release for all previous versions and we strongly encourage you to update your sites immediately.

WordPress 4.2.3 Security and Maintenance Release

Security | wordpress.org | Jul. 23, 2015

WordPress 4.2.3 is now available. This is a critical security release for all previous versions and we strongly encourage you to update your sites immediately. WordPress versions 4.2.2 and earlier are affected by a critical cross-site scripting vulnerability, which could allow anonymous users to compromise a site. This was reported by Jon Cave of the WordPress Security Team, and fixed by Robert Chapin.
We also fixed an issue where it was possible for a user with Subscriber permissions to create a draft through Quick Draft. Reported by Netanel Rubin from Check Point Software Technologies.
Our thanks to those who have practiced responsible disclosure of security issues.
WordPress 4.2.3 also contains fixes for 20 bugs from 4.2. For more information, see the release notes or consult the list of changes.
Download WordPress 4.2.3 or venture over to Dashboard → Updates and simply click “Update Now.” Sites that support automatic background updates are already beginning to update to WordPress 4.2.3.
Thanks to everyone who contributed to 4.2.3:

2 min read David Bisset
Development | wordpress.org | May. 15, 2017

WordPress Now on HackerOne

HackerOne is a platform for security researchers to report vulnerabilities. With the announcement also comes introduction bug bounties!

WordPress Now on HackerOne

Development | wordpress.org | May. 15, 2017

WordPress has grown a lot over the last thirteen years – it now powers more than 28% of the top ten million sites on the web. During this growth, each team has worked hard to continually improve their tools and processes. Today, the WordPress Security Team is happy to announce that WordPress is now officially on HackerOne! HackerOne is a platform for security researchers to securely and responsibly report vulnerabilities to our team. It provides tools that improve the quality and consistency of communication with reporters, and will reduce the time spent on responding to commonly reported issues. This frees our team to spend more time working on improving the security of WordPress.
The security team has been working on this project for quite some time. Nikolay Bachiyski started the team working on it just over a year ago. We ran it as a private program while we worked out our procedures and processes, and are excited to finally make it public.
With the announcement of the WordPress HackerOne program we are also introducing bug bounties. Bug bounties let us reward reporters for disclosing issues to us and helping us secure our products and infrastructure. We’ve already awarded

3 min read Tim Nash
Community | wordpress.org | Sep. 4, 2014

WordPress 4.0 “Benny”

WordPress 4.0 is released today so you should go download and update all your sites.

WordPress 4.0 “Benny”

Community | wordpress.org | Sep. 4, 2014

Version 4.0 of WordPress, named “Benny” in honor of jazz clarinetist and bandleader Benny Goodman, is available for download or update in your WordPress dashboard. While 4.0 is just another number for us after 3.9 and before 4.1, we feel we’ve put a little extra polish into it. This release brings you a smoother writing and management experience we think you’ll enjoy. Manage your media with style
Explore your uploads in a beautiful, endless grid. A new details preview makes viewing and editing any amount of media in sequence a snap.
Working with embeds has never been easier
Paste in a YouTube URL on a new line, and watch it magically become an embedded video. Now try it with a tweet. Oh yeah — embedding has become a visual experience. The editor shows a true preview of your embedded content, saving you time and giving you confidence.
We’ve expanded the services supported by default, too — you can embed videos from CollegeHumor, playlists from YouTube, and talks from TED. Check out all of the embeds that WordPress supports.
Focus on your content
Writing and editing is smoother and more immersive with an editor that expands to fit your content as you write, and keeps the formatting tools

7 min read Donna Cavalier
Community | wordpress.org | Dec. 3, 2017

Gutenberg: The Official Introduction

WordPress.org's attempt at introducing the world to Gutenberg. Shares some information around compatibility and future roadmap.

Gutenberg: The Official Introduction

Community | wordpress.org | Dec. 3, 2017

A new publishing experience for WordPress is in the works: get ready to make your words, pictures, and layout look as good on screen as they do in your imagination, without any code. You might have heard of this project — it’s called Gutenberg, after another invention that revolutionized publishing — but are wondering what it means for you. Who will see the biggest difference, and what it will change for your everyday workflows? Everyone, and everything. The Gutenberg editor uses blocks to create all types of content, replacing a half-dozen inconsistent ways of customizing WordPress, bringing it in line with modern coding standards, and aligning with open web initiatives. These content blocks transform how users, developers, and hosts interact with WordPress to make building rich web content easier and more intuitive, democratizing publishing — and work — for everyone, regardless of technical ability.
It’s great that so many people think WordPress is the best way to get their ideas on the web, and it’s easy to unlock the power of WordPress if you know how to write code — but not everyone does. And now, you won’t need to.
Discover

Community | wordpress.org | Dec. 15, 2014

Handling support for free plugins

Interestingly, there is still no closure on this topic. Community demands top-notch support even for free plugins, developers are frustrated as ever with this. Perhaps a time for a guideline on this?

Handling support for free plugins

Community | wordpress.org | Dec. 15, 2014

3 stars dbloch92
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Posted 1 day ago #
The plugin works great - it was exactly what I wanted - except for one bug. I posted a message for support two months ago and the developer has not responded.
Marko Heijnen
Member
Plugin Author
Posted 20 hours ago
So I'm not allowed to go on holiday, being sick, Working to get money or work on other open source projects? Receiving support for a free plugin should be considered a tremendous bonus, not something to base a review off of.
I will look at the issue when I'm back home.
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2 min read David Bisset
Development | wordpress.org | May. 13, 2017

WordPress 4.8 Beta 1

Smaller release than i think was expected, but includes improved visual editor experience, WordPress event locator, and a few other shiny things.

WordPress 4.8 Beta 1

Development | wordpress.org | May. 13, 2017

We’re planning a smaller WP release early next month, bringing in three major enhancements: An improved visual editor experience, with a new TinyMCE that allows you navigate more intuitively in and out of inline elements like links. (Try it out to see, it’s hard to describe.)
A revamp of the dashboard news widget to bring in nearby and upcoming events including meetups and WordCamps.
Several new media widgets covering images, audio, and video, and an enhancement to the text widget to support visual editing.
The first beta of 4.8 is now available for testing. You can use the beta tester plugin (or just run trunk) to try the latest and greatest, and each of these areas could use a ton of testing. Our goals are to make editing posts with links more intuitive, make widgets easier for new users and more convenient for existing ones, and get many more people aware of and attending our community events.
Four point eight is here
Small changes with a big punch
Big ones come later

2 min read David Bisset
Development | wordpress.org | Jan. 26, 2017

WordPress 4.7.2 Security Release

This is a security release so better get to updating. Three issues including WP_Query being vulnerable to a SQL injection and a cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability.

WordPress 4.7.2 Security Release

Development | wordpress.org | Jan. 26, 2017

WordPress 4.7.2 is now available. This is a security release for all previous versions and we strongly encourage you to update your sites immediately. WordPress versions 4.7.1 and earlier are affected by three security issues:
The user interface for assigning taxonomy terms in Press This is shown to users who do not have permissions to use it. Reported by David Herrera of Alley Interactive.
WP_Query is vulnerable to a SQL injection (SQLi) when passing unsafe data. WordPress core is not directly vulnerable to this issue, but we’ve added hardening to prevent plugins and themes from accidentally causing a vulnerability. Reported by Mo Jangda (batmoo).
A cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability was discovered in the posts list table. Reported by Ian Dunn of the WordPress Security Team.
Thank you to the reporters of these issues for practicing responsible disclosure.
Download WordPress 4.7.2 or venture over to Dashboard → Updates and simply click “Update Now.” Sites that support automatic background updates are already beginning to update to WordPress 4.7.2.
Thanks to everyone who contributed to 4.7.2.

Plugins | wordpress.org | Jul. 26, 2016

New Plugin - Nelio Content: Editorial Calendar & Social Sharing

New editorial plugin in the block. It also has social sharing and scheduling feature. It goes head to head with existing solution like CoSchedule. Looks neat, comes with free package, but pro could be little costly for some user.

New Plugin - Nelio Content: Editorial Calendar & Social Sharing

Plugins | wordpress.org | Jul. 26, 2016

blogger or a professional editor, Nelio Content makes your life easier.

3 min read Matt Cromwell
Plugins | wordpress.org | May. 13, 2015

New Plugin: WP Rollback

WP Rollback lets you rollback any theme or plugin to any version published on the Repo. There's no settings, it's built to be a seamless WordPress update experience. Great for those times when an update just doesn't go the way you wanted it to.

New Plugin: WP Rollback

Plugins | wordpress.org | May. 13, 2015

Quickly and easily rollback any theme or plugin from WordPress.org to any previous (or newer) version without any of the manual fuss. Works just like the plugin updater, except you're rolling back (or forward) to a specific version. No need for manually downloading and FTPing the files or learning Subversion. This plugin takes care of the trouble for you. Rollback WordPress.org Plugins and Themes
While it's considered best practice to always keep your WordPress plugins and themes updated, we understand there are times you may need to quickly revert to a previous version. This plugin makes that process as easy as a few mouse clicks. Simply select the version of the plugin or theme that you'd like to rollback to, confirm, and in a few moments you'll be using the version requested. No more fumbling to find the version, downloading, unzipping, FTPing, learning Subversion or hair pulling.
Muy Importante (Very Important): Always Test and Backup
Important Disclaimer: This plugin is not intended to be used without first taking the proper precautions to ensure zero data loss or site downtime. Always be sure you have first tested the rollback on a staging or development site prior to using WP

Community | wordpress.org | Apr. 27, 2016

WordPress 4.5.1 Maintenance Release

Version 4.5.1 released to fix multiple bug. It will auto-update if you have that option turned on (default btw).

WordPress 4.5.1 Maintenance Release

Community | wordpress.org | Apr. 27, 2016

After about six million downloads of WordPress 4.5, we are pleased to announce the immediate availability of WordPress 4.5.1, a maintenance release. This release fixes 12 bugs, chief among them a singular class issue that broke sites based on the Twenty Eleven theme, an incompatibility between certain Chrome versions and the visual editor, and an Imagick bug that could break media uploads. This maintenance release fixes a total of 12 bugs in Version 4.5. For more information, see the release notes or consult the list of changes.
Download WordPress 4.5.1 or venture over to Dashboard → Updates and simply click “Update Now.” Sites that support automatic background updates are already beginning to update to WordPress 4.5.1.
Thanks to everyone who contributed to 4.5.1:

Community | wordpress.org | Jul. 10, 2014

WordPress 4.0 Beta 1

WordPress is about to launch the new version in August. We are pleased to be testing the new version of WordPress 4.0 Beta one.

WordPress 4.0 Beta 1

Community | wordpress.org | Jul. 10, 2014

WordPress 4.0 Beta 1 is now available! This software is still in development, so we don’t recommend you run it on a production site. Consider setting up a test site just to play with the new version. To test WordPress 4.0, try the WordPress Beta Tester plugin (you’ll want “bleeding edge nightlies”). Or you can download the beta here (zip).
4.0 is due out next month, but to get there, we need your help testing what we’ve been working on:
Previews of embedding via URLs in the visual editor and the “Insert from URL” tab in the media modal. Try pasting a URL (such as a WordPress.tv or YouTube video) onto its own line in the visual editor. (#28195, #15490)
The Media Library now has a “grid” view in addition to the existing list view. Clicking on an item takes you into a modal where you can see a larger preview and edit information about that attachment, and you can navigate between items right from the modal without closing it. (#24716)
We’re freshening up the plugin install experience. You’ll see some early visual changes as well as more information when searching for plugins and viewing details. (#28785, #27440)
Selecting a language when you run the installation process. (#28577)
The editor

1 min read Ahmad Awais
Plugins | wordpress.org | Aug. 1, 2015

Epoch - A native Disqus alternative with a focus on speed and privacy

The team behind Postmatic is aiming to breathe new life into WordPress native comments with the 1.0 release of Epoch today. The plugin was created to provide a Disqus alternative with faster loading and submitting for comments.

Epoch - A native Disqus alternative with a focus on speed and privacy

Plugins | wordpress.org | Aug. 1, 2015

Epoch integrates with your existing theme by matching the colors, typography, and width of your content area. Automatically. Epoch is compatible with other 3rd party commenting plugins such as Postmatic (enable commenting by email), WordPress Social Login (for logging in via Twitter, Facebook, and more), WP-reCAPTCHA, Aksimet, and WordPress Zero Spam (Spam protection), and WYSIWYG Comment Form (for adding a toolbard to the comment area).

3 min read Donna Cavalier
Security | wordpress.org | Sep. 22, 2017

New Owner Adds Malicious Code to Fast Secure Contact Form Plugin

Once again, another plugin has been purchased from the original owner, and the new owner has dropped malicious code into it. The plugin has been pulled from the repo, but as usual, if you are using this plugin, you won't be notified that it is f*#ked up! Hope you see this and delete it if you use it.

New Owner Adds Malicious Code to Fast Secure Contact Form Plugin

Security | wordpress.org | Sep. 22, 2017

I am the original author of Fast Secure Contact Form. This plugin had a new owner in June 2017 with a WP user profile name “fastsecure”. The new owner attempted to put code in several of his newly acquired WordPress plugins that would connect to a 3rd party server he also owned and place spam ads for payday loans and such in the WP posts. The new owner put spam code in versions 4.0.52 4.0.53 4.0.54 and 4.0.55 but it failed to display any spam because he put the code in the secureimage.php file. The malicious code required WordPress libraries to also be loaded to execute. The reason the spam code did not do anything at all is because the secureimage.php file is not included in the WordPress run time environment. The secureimage.php file is included from another file securimage_show.php that loads the captcha image directly from html img src outside of the WordPress run time. The spam code in this plugin was never activated, it would not have corrupted your posts or changed anything in the WordPress database. I am sorry for any inconvenience this has caused. The plugin was taken off the WordPress repository by WordPress staff until this can be sorted out. Perhaps a new version

2 min read Evan Herman
Plugins | wordpress.org | Nov. 25, 2013

WordPress › Expand + Collapse Funk « WordPress Plugins

This is a new take on an old plugin. Expand/collapse functionality is widely used, but quite difficult for non-developers to implement. I've developed this plugin to create a simple user interface where users can input the necessary fields and then place all of that content directly into a new post of page. I developed this plugin for the marketing department at my full time job, so ease of use was kept in mind throughout development. I hope someone benefits from this plugin!

WordPress › Expand + Collapse Funk « WordPress Plugins

Plugins | wordpress.org | Nov. 25, 2013

Video Demo Feautres
Beautifully simple UI
Easy to access custom tinyMCE button
Easily add images and YouTube video to hidden content area
Input direct links to images or YouTube videos
Quick placement of expand+collapse items
Use on pages and posts (or copy and paste the code to use in theme templates)
Use HTML markup inside the hidden content area
Mobile/Responsive Ready
Use in sidebar (inside of a 'Text' widget)
SEO friendly hidden content
Great Support
If you want to include Expand+Collapse Funk you can use the following code anywhere in your Theme: (remember to swap out the Link and Hidden Content for your content) This Is The Link To Click This is all of your hidden content. This will be invisible at first, but after clicking on the link above this will slide in.
Using Expand+Collapse Funk allows for very easy placement of collapseable content and a link to reveal the content. The expand and collapse functionality is widely used across the web to free up space on a page or to place semi-important content into posts, pages or into

8 min read David Bisset
Development | wordpress.org | Dec. 6, 2016

WordPress 4.7 “Vaughan” Is Released!

It's here! Version 4.7 of WordPress, named “Vaughan” in honor of legendary jazz vocalist Sarah “Sassy” Vaughan.

WordPress 4.7 “Vaughan” Is Released!

Development | wordpress.org | Dec. 6, 2016

Version 4.7 of WordPress, named “Vaughan” in honor of legendary jazz vocalist Sarah “Sassy” Vaughan, is available for download or update in your WordPress dashboard. New features in 4.7 help you get your site set up the way you want it. Introducing WordPress 4.7Get Link to Video
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Presenting Twenty Seventeen
A brand new default theme brings your site to life with immersive featured images and video headers.
Twenty Seventeen focuses on business sites and features a customizable front page with multiple sections. Personalize it with widgets, navigation, social menus, a logo, custom colors, and more. Our default theme for 2017 works great in many languages, on any device, and for a wide range of users.
Your Site, Your Way
WordPress 4.7 adds new features to the customizer to help take you through the initial setup of a theme, with non-destructive live previews of all your changes in one uninterrupted workflow.
Theme Starter Content
https://wordpress.org/news/files/2016/12/starter-content.mp4
To help give you a solid base to build from, individual themes can provide starter content that appears when you go to customize your brand new site. This can

2 min read Donna Cavalier
Development | wordpress.org | Nov. 19, 2017

The Official WordPress Gutenberg Handbook

This is where the all of the Gutenberg documentation, guidelines, and development details are being kept.

The Official WordPress Gutenberg Handbook

Development | wordpress.org | Nov. 19, 2017

“Gutenberg” is the codename for the 2017 WordPress editor focus. The goal of this focus is to create a new post and page editing experience that makes it easy for anyone to create rich post layouts. This was the kickoff goal: The editor will endeavour to create a new page and post building experience that makes writing rich posts effortless, and has “blocks” to make it easy what today might take shortcodes, custom HTML, or “mystery meat” embed discovery.
Key take-aways from parsing that paragraph:
Authoring richly laid out posts is a key strength of WordPress.
By embracing “the block”, we can potentially unify multiple different interfaces into one. Instead of learning how to write shortcodes, custom HTML, or paste URLs to embed, you should do with just learning the block, and all the pieces should fall in place.
“Mystery meat” refers to hidden features in software, features that you have to discover. WordPress already supports a large amount of blocks and 30+ embeds, so let’s surface them.
Gutenberg is being developed on GitHub, and you can try an early beta version today from the plugin repository. Though keep in mind

3 min read Donna Cavalier
Security | wordpress.org | Mar. 6, 2017

WordPress 4.7.3 Security and Maintenance Release

Quite a few security issues fixed in this one, yikes.

WordPress 4.7.3 Security and Maintenance Release

Security | wordpress.org | Mar. 6, 2017

WordPress 4.7.3 is now available. This is a security release for all previous versions and we strongly encourage you to update your sites immediately. WordPress versions 4.7.2 and earlier are affected by six security issues:
Cross-site scripting (XSS) via media file metadata. Reported by Chris Andrè Dale, Yorick Koster, and Simon P. Briggs.
Control characters can trick redirect URL validation. Reported by Daniel Chatfield.
Unintended files can be deleted by administrators using the plugin deletion functionality. Reported by xuliang.
Cross-site scripting (XSS) via video URL in YouTube embeds. Reported by Daniel Cid.
Cross-site scripting (XSS) via taxonomy term names. Reported by Delta.
Cross-site request forgery (CSRF) in Press This leading to excessive use of server resources. Reported by Sipke Mellema.
Thank you to the reporters for practicing responsible disclosure.
In addition to the security issues above, WordPress 4.7.3 contains 39 maintenance fixes to the 4.7 release series. For more information, see the release notes or consult the list of changes.
Download WordPress 4.7.3 or venture over to Dashboard → Updates and simply click “Update Now.” Sites that

Plugins | wordpress.org | Sep. 22, 2014

WP Redis

Back your WP Object cache with Redis, a high-performance in-memory cache.

WP Redis

Plugins | wordpress.org | Sep. 22, 2014

For sites concerned with high traffic and speed for logged in users or dynamic pageloads, a performant object cache is a must. You also need something that can scale across multiple instances of your application, so a local file cache and APC are out. Redis is a great answer, and one we bundle on the Pantheon platform. This is our plugin for integrating with the cache, but you can use it on any self-hosted WordPress site if you have Redis.
Go forth and make awesome!

2 min read David Bisset
Development | wordpress.org | Apr. 20, 2017

WordPress 4.7.4 Maintenance Release

WordPress 4.7.4, a maintenance release, is out. Contains 47 maintenance fixes and enhancements. Go get it or let auto-update work its magic.

WordPress 4.7.4 Maintenance Release

Development | wordpress.org | Apr. 20, 2017

After almost sixty million downloads of WordPress 4.7, we are pleased to announce the immediate availability of WordPress 4.7.4, a maintenance release. This release contains 47 maintenance fixes and enhancements, chief among them an incompatibility between the upcoming Chrome version and the visual editor, inconsistencies in media handling, and further improvements to the REST API. For a full list of changes, consult the release notes and the list of changes.
Download WordPress 4.7.4 or visit Dashboard → Updates and simply click “Update Now.” Sites that support automatic background updates are already beginning to update to WordPress 4.7.4.
Thanks to everyone who contributed to 4.7.4:
Aaron Jorbin, Adam Silverstein, Andrea Fercia, Andrew Ozz, aussieguy123, Blobfolio, boldwater, Boone Gorges, Boro Sitnikovski, chesio, Curdin Krummenacher, Daniel Bachhuber, Darren Ethier (nerrad), David A. Kennedy, davidbenton, David Herrera, Dion Hulse, Dominik Schilling (ocean90), eclev91, Ella Van Dorpe, Gustave F. Gerhardt, ig_communitysites, James Nylen, Joe Dolson, John Blackbourn, karinedo, lukasbesch, maguiar, MatheusGimenez, Matthew Boynes, Matt Wiebe, Mayur Keshwani, Mel Choyce,

Plugins | wordpress.org | Feb. 2, 2015

Custom Login Customizer

Now this looks like a very user friendly way to customize the WordPress Login Screen. I'll have to give it a spin... just thought I'd share this little gem, Cheers!

Custom Login Customizer

Plugins | wordpress.org | Feb. 2, 2015

Login Customizer plugin allows you to easily customize your login page straight from your WordPress Customizer! You can preview your changes before you save them! Awesome, right? In your WordPress Dashboard, navigate to Appearance > Login Customizer to get started.
Upcoming features:
Templates
Captcha
Advanced authentification
You can customize almost anything and make it look the way you want.

2 min read Ahmad Awais
Plugins | wordpress.org | Jun. 17, 2017

Gutenberg Editor Plugin

#WCEU The new WP plugin for Gutenberg editor is here. It's only v0.1 right now. Try it out!

Gutenberg Editor Plugin

Plugins | wordpress.org | Jun. 17, 2017

Description The goal of the block editor is to make adding rich content to WordPress simple and enjoyable.
Warning: This is beta software, do not run on production sites!
The new post and page building experience will make writing rich posts effortless, making it easy to do what today might take shortcodes, custom HTML, or “mystery meat” embed discovery.
WordPress already supports a large amount of “blocks”, but doesn’t surface them very well, nor does it give them much in the way of layout options. By embracing the blocky nature of rich post content, we will surface the blocks that already exist, as well as provide more advanced layout options for each of them. This will allow you to easily compose beautiful posts like this example.
This plugin is being actively developed by many contributors. You can follow along on github.com/WordPress/gutenberg and on the #editor tag on the make.wordpress.org blog.
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