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New Plugin: Override Comment Options

WordPress provides an option called "Automatically close comments on articles older than x days". It really helps to stop spam on older blog posts. The problem is that, when the setting is enabled, there is no way to override for individual posts. So I wrote a simple lightweight plugin that enables you to override the auto-close setting and leave comments open on any posts that you want.

Interview: Discussing WordPress, Gutenberg, Security, and More

Thanks to WPKlik for the interview! Wherein I discuss my favorite projects, WordPress, Gutenberg and JavaScript development, building secure WordPress sites, and more fun web-dev topics :)

Video Course: WordPress on Shared Hosting

This Summer I had the opportunity to record a new video course for LinkedIn/Lynda.com. The course walks through the process of installing and running WordPress on a shared hosting account. It's very straightforward and kept as simple as possible, recommended for anyone who wants to get a new WordPress site up and running as quickly and inexpensively as possible. You can find the course at both LinkedIn and Lynda.com.

shapeSpace Starter Theme

shapeSpace is my own WordPress starter theme. I've been developing and fine-tuning it over the years. I use it as the foundation to build high-quality themes for sites like DigWP.com, PerishablePress.com, and many others. It's 100% free and open source. Get it @ shapespace.io.

DigWP.com 10th Anniversary!

Digging Into WordPress celebrates its 10th anniversary this month! Thank you to everyone who visits, shares, and contributes to DigWP.com — Cheers! :)

New Pro Version of GA Google Analytics

After months of development, I am excited to announce my newest premium WordPress plugin: GA Pro! Quite simply it connects your WordPress site to your Google Analytics account just like the free version, but with awesome new features like visitor Opt Out, multiple trackers, code previews, and more.

Holiday Book Sale!

Save 20% on Digging Into WordPress, The Tao of WordPress, .htaccess made easy, and WP Themes In Depth. Visit the Perishable Press Bookstore and enter coupon code HOHOHO during checkout for instant savings. Happy Holidays! :)

DigWP Newsletter

What up! Just to help spread the word about the DigWP newsletter. Get WordPress news, tips, and special offers delivered fresh to your inbox. 3-4 times per year max. Always good stuff, never spam, and we never share your info with anyone. Just a quality newsletter letting you know about awesome stuff happening in our corner of the WordPress universe.

Password Policy Manager

Weak passwords leave your site vulnerable. WordPress sites with more than one user should enforce a "strong password" policy for better security. To help with this, check out Password Policy Manager. It is a CHOICE WordPress plugin that makes it easy to define a strong set of password requirements for your site's users. Easy to use and provides a robust set of features. Check it out.

Lean WP

Super useful plugin from Pieter, to help restore WordPress closer to its foundational philosophy of "Clean, Lean, and Mean". Lean WP disables LOTS of potential bloat like Emojis, REST API, Embeds, XLM-RPC, et al. Pieter also offers some other great plugins.

WordPress is Forked

It's happening: WordPress is being forked. Meet ClassicPress. The original, Gutenberg-free WordPress publishing platform.

Launch! New WordPress Plugins

It's been a BUSY year! So far most of my work is focusing on WordPress plugins. Recently announced Disable Gutenberg and Gutenberg Custom Fields plugins. And now I am pleased to announce 5 more plugins designed to improve your WordPress workflow: Disable Responsive Images, Disable WP REST API, Enable Database Tools, WP Cron HTTP Auth, and the BEST for last: Contact Form X. Please check ‘em out, and THANKS for your generous attention.

Banhammer!

Announcing my latest WordPress security plugin, Banhammer! It makes monitoring site traffic and banning unwanted guests waay too much fun. Navigate logged requests via slick Ajax UI, and enable sound effects for banning and warning bad users and bots. Check out the video on YouTube and download Banhammer from the WP Plugin Directory.

Update! Banhammer Pro now available :)

Host Header Injection Fix

On certain server setups, WordPress is vulnerable to an email interception attack. Basically WP uses the $_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'] variable for the "From" header in email notifications. On certain systems this can be exploited by an attacker to gain access to your site. This issue has been known about since WP 2.3, but nothing has been done about it. So I decided to write a plugin to fix it up.

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