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Pleased to announce the Pro version of my WordPress security plugin, Blackhole for Bad Bots — now available from Plugin Planet. Blackhole Pro stops bad bots, spammers, scrapers, and other automated threats. Trap bad bots in a virtual Blackhole and save precious server resources for your legit visitors.
Launching my 20th WordPress plugin! Prismatic makes it easy to display beautiful syntax-highlighted code using either Prism.js or Highlight.js. Also includes a "plain flavor" option for escaping code without syntax highlighting. Prismatic is fast, flexible, and 100% free! :)
Launch! Lynda.com just released my new course, WordPress: Developing Secure Sites, featuring over 30 video tutorials. The course is jam-packed with 10+ years worth of frontline WordPress experience, and is loaded with tips, tricks, and techniques for keeping your WordPress site safe and secure.
Digging Into WordPress is updated for WordPress version 4.6. The new version is a FREE download for everyone who owns the book. This is the the book's 19th update! Log in to the Members Area to download the latest version, or if you don't own the book you can get it here.
Digging Into WordPress is updated for WordPress version 4.5. The new version is a FREE download for everyone who owns the book. This is the the book's 18th update, which means that some people have received 17 free updates over the past 5 years! Log in to the Members Area to download the latest version, or if you don't own the book you can get it here.
Just launched my latest WordPress plugin, Dashboard Widgets Suite. It provides a bunch of awesome Dashboard widgets that I use on my own sites. Widgets include User Notes, Debug Log, System Info, Social Media, RSS Feeds, Custom Menu, and even a widget to display any other widget, right on your WordPress Dashboard.
New version of Digging Into WordPress now available! The update is current with WordPress version 4.4, and is a FREE download for everyone who owns the book.
Insightful roundup of WordPress experts sharing their insights on WordPress.com's new open-source admin interface known as Calypso. Great post that explains what it is, what it does, how it works, and what developers (including myself) think about it.
Check out Torque Magazine's recent interview roundup for some insightful and inspiring words from 10 world-class WordPress developers, including yours truly!