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A podcast about the lovely WordPress project!

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145 – Should we use templates more?

Interview – Should we use templates more? Back in the good old days of the internet, when CSS was hardly a thought and nobody used JavaScript, you pretty much had to build websites from the ground up each time. What I mean by that is that I don’t have a memory of being able to download templates for different websites that you could tweak to make your own; you just had to build them and when the next project came along you had to start all over again. Well, that’s how I did it anyway. Fast forward into the era of WordPress (and other CMS solutions) and themes came along. You could buy websites ready made, good to go. The promise was so beguiling – download a website theme, click a button to upload it and bam, your website would be complete and ready for consumption by the public at large. They would come to your website in their millions and marvel at your website building skills! Mmm… No really. Most WordPress users quickly figured out that although themes were great, there was usually a whole heap of work that needed to be done to bend the theme to your will. That portfolio that you saw on the website sales page, how did it even work. Aaarrrggghhh… now I have to spend hours unpicking the code because none of this theme is as simple as it appeared to be! Hands up if you wasted hours of your time and lots of your cash buying theme after theme hoping that this time, this theme would be the perfect fit for the client that you had lined up. Cough, my hand is practically scraping the ceiling right now! So themes were (and are) great if: the documentation is plentiful and readablethe theme is developed in a standard wayyou have enough patience to work through the problems that you will encounter Well, things move on and now we have entered an era of frameworks and minimal themes that just get you started, but don’t try to do ‘all the things’. Add into the mix the proliferation of the many Page Builders in the WordPress space and now we seem to be in an era where Page Builder modules do the job of styling the site more and more. Now almost anyone can create a great looking site in a few days and save their templates to be reused another time. Or perhaps you could just used the page templates and modules that come with the Page Builder. Or (another or…) you could get hold of third-party templates and use those instead. Times have changed! My work is more and more focussing upon doing almost everything in the browser. WordPress, Page Builder, templates, theme, image creation, wireframes, information architecture can all be done with online tools. So with all of this available, do we actually need any skills to build websites anymore? Could we hand the work to a child and say… “there you go, I want a site in a couple of days”? In short – NO! You still need skills to be able to create websites and you need to offer value to the client in other ways too – funnels, integrations, SEO and all that jazz! We also need to think about whether or not duplicating pre-made templates and just using those all over our website is doing the client a service. Are we in danger of falling into the trap of making life so easy for us as WordPress website developers that the clients all end up with cookie cutter websites with zero individuality. Perhaps we should use templates for inspiration for our websites. Use the ideas that we see and then create our own template library that fits in with what we do and what our clients require. That sounds like a good compromise I think, Doesn’t it? So create your own templates, keep them updated and we’ll come back to this topic again in a future when the landscape has completely changed again! Mentioned in this episode: ElementorBeaver Builder / Beaver ThemerBrizyPage Builder CloudKatka template packHack the Buyer Brain

55 MIN3 days ago
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145 – Should we use templates more?

WP Builds Newsletter #79 – WordPress 5.3, project governance and RSS readers

This weeks WordPress news – Covering The Week Commencing 2nd September 2019: WordPress Core WordPress 5.2.3 Security and Maintenance Release WordPress 5.3 Will Change How it Blocks Indexingand this Anders Norén to Design Twenty Twenty Default Theme, Shipping in WordPress 5.3 Community WordPress Governance Project Looks for New Leadership WordSesh EMEA Schedule Published, Registration Opens September 9 Celebrating the WordPress community: the Yoast Care fund Plugins / Themes New! Make WordPress Security Easy With Passwordless Logins Ultimate Dashboard – Contact Form Widget Oxygen 3.0 Now Available Toolbelt: A New Jetpack-Inspired Plugin with a Focus on Speed and Privacy Toolset Types 3.3.5 Brings a Public Custom Field API Elementor: Monthly Template Kit #2: Build a Beautiful Fitness Website Deals from this week 10% off ‘UX for Everyone’ – code WPBUILDSROCKS before the 11th September 2019 Security The WordPress 5.2.3 Security Release Unpacked WordPress sites are being backdoored...

26 MIN1 weeks ago
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WP Builds Newsletter #79 – WordPress 5.3, project governance and RSS readers

144 – Get paid with likes… the Like Coin with Kin Ko

Interview – Get paid with likes… the Like Coin So we’ve all heard of the Block Chain I guess by now? It’s a technology which has received a great deal of interest over the last few years, well, that’s what this episode is about – sort of! Although my understanding is not all that clear, a Block Chain is a distributed ledger which holds data about something… anything. A few years ago when the idea came about, it was all about crypto currencies like Bitcoin and Etherium. That’s changing now as people are figuring out that this system can be repurposed to store data about anything. The reason that it’s so innovative is that Block Chains can be used as proof that something happened. The ecosystem has to agree that an event happened before it’s added to the chain of other blocks. Thus you can prove that you did in fact earn that Bitcoin. Everyone has a copy of the data, not just one person in the way that we usually store data (backups excluded). Click here to give WP Builds so...

50 MIN1 weeks ago
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144 – Get paid with likes… the Like Coin with Kin Ko

WP Builds Newsletter #78 – Gutenberg 6.4, UX / UI Live audit live and PHP conference cancelled

This weeks WordPress news – Covering The Week Commencing 26th August 2019: WordPress Core Gutenberg 6.4 Adds New Typewriter Experience, Cover Block Resizing, and Block Inserter Help Panel Community Elementor Growth Roundup – 15 Experts Share How to Grow Your Business in 2020 Why WordPress is a Superior Platform for a Non-Profit Organization Is WordPress An Actual Content Management System (CMS)? Wix to WordPress Migration — A Step-by-Step Guide Using Elementor Plugins / Themes 40% off Project Huddle including lifetime deal at $299 FacetWP 3.4.1 10 Best Blocks To Use For Creating Your Site With Gutenberg Security What is xmlrpc.php file and why you should care about it Malicious WordPress Redirect Campaign Attacking Several Plugins How to Password Protect Your WordPress Site: Every Method How to Stop a DDoS Attack WP Builds Only doing what you’re good at Let Piccia Neri review your website’s UI / UX Not WordPress, but useful anyway… Micro.blog Adds Tumblr Cross-Posting Google’...

28 MIN2 weeks ago
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WP Builds Newsletter #78 – Gutenberg 6.4, UX / UI Live audit live and PHP conference cancelled

143 – Only doing what you’re good at

In this episode: Discussion – Only doing what you’re good at So we all build websites… we do don’t we? Perhaps we don’t perhaps we’re just involved with WordPress as a marketing expert, or a graphic designer. WordPress is useful to a whole slew of different job types which is great, but can also be a burden. What I mean by that is that there are so many hats that you can wear in the WordPress space, so many jobs that are needed to get a website up, running and maintained, that it can be hard to keep up. No, I’m going to amend that last sentence, it’s impossible to keep up. I’ll wager a tiny amount of money that there is nobody out there who is great at ALL of the following jobs: Branding expert Communicator – project manager / sales / marketing Copywriter UX or UI specialist SEO specialist Digital Marketing Expert (funnels, A/B testing and analysing) Photographer / Graphic Artist Backend (PHP) developer Frontend (HTML/CSS) developer Javascript developer Mmm… you see what ...

49 MIN2 weeks ago
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143 – Only doing what you’re good at

WP Builds Newsletter #77 – WordPress 5.3, auto updating old sites and prevent tracking

This weeks WordPress news – Covering The Week Commencing 19th August 2019: There will not be a WP Builds LIVE News this week due to the fact that I’m holiday. Sorry about that. Normal service will be resumed next week! WordPress Core WordPress 5.3 Schedule and ScopeandWordPress 5.3 Development Kicks Off: UI Polishing, Editor Improvements, and New Twenty Twenty Default ThemeandWordPress 5.2.3 RC 1 WordPress Poised to Begin Implementing Proposal to Auto-Update Older Sites to 4.7 A Nofollow Option for Links Is Coming to Gutenberg Community WP Notify Kick off meeting announcementmore here… WordCamp Asia Logo: A Design Journey Discussion: How to handle conflict of interest situations What Is WebP And How To Enable It On Your WordPress Website? SiteGround Gets a New Hosting Dashboard – No More cPanel How to Set Up Google Site Kit in WordPress Colibri – WordPress page builder that gives you design superpowers Plugins / Themes Astra 2.0 — Setting New Standards for WordPress Themes! –...

26 MIN3 weeks ago
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WP Builds Newsletter #77 – WordPress 5.3, auto updating old sites and prevent tracking

142 – Easy life… store your layouts in the cloud with Andrew Palmer

In this episode: Get Page Builder Cloud here… Interview – Easy life… store your layouts in the cloud with Andrew Palmer So, go back 20 or so years and building websites was hard, and I mean really hard… You had to use tables and it took hours to make things line up. Then along came CSS and suddenly the work got a little easier. Then the CMS was born and we could all begin to create websites that could present different things at different times. However, making these websites look good was another frustration. You had to learn the complexities of the WordPress templating system and figure out what you needed to amend in multiple locations to get your posts and pages looking great. Then a few years back the Page Builders came about. The offered the chance to point-click-drag-save your way into great looking pages. If you spent time with your Page Builder of choice you could get great results really, really fast. Now let’s put aside whether or not you think that Page Builders are...

60 MIN3 weeks ago
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142 – Easy life… store your layouts in the cloud with Andrew Palmer

WP Builds Newsletter #76 – Gutenberg improvements, riding a bike and plugin updates

This weeks WordPress news – Covering The Week Commencing 12th August 2019: WordPress Core Gutenberg 6.3 Improves Accessibility with New Navigation and Edit Modes Community Foolish English folk ride 3,000 km for a great WordPress cause – WP&UP My Final Goodbye to the Tavernand this Tweet WordCamp US – Community Track Round 3andWordCamp US schedule Attend the Great WP Virtual Summit for Free: August 19-23 Automattic — the maker of WordPress.com — has purchased TumblrandMatt Mullenweg’s reaction – Tumblr the Day After Automattic Acquires Zero BS CRM, Considers Rebranding it as Jetpack CRM WordPress Theme Review Team Scraps Trusted Authors Program Due to Gaming and Inconsistent Reviews WP Engine Platform Becomes 40% Faster The JavaScript for WordPress Bootcamp We benchmarked Amazon’s new Aurora database for use with WordPress New mycamp.rocks Newsletter Launches with Tips for Conference Organizers, Speakers, and Attendees Plugins / Themes Elementor – Celebrating 3 Million Activ...

30 MINAUG 19
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WP Builds Newsletter #76 – Gutenberg improvements, riding a bike and plugin updates

141 – Feeling insecure about security (Part 2)

In this episode: Discussion – Feeling insecure about security (Part 2) So this is part two of our discussion of WordPress security. I think you could well listen to this episode in isolation, but it might be better if you went back to episode 140 and finish that one first? I will leave that decision to you! A brief recap on last week though in case you don’t want to do that. We discussed: Non WordPress security matter: the data we keep, how we store passwords How we manage sites that we pass over to clients if we know that we won’t be managing them going forwards We talked about what we have done in the last with our WordPress website care plans and what we were promising We start the discuss this week listing out our experiences of the security solutions that we have come into contact with. This is certainly not and exhaustive list, and is not intended as a set of preferences. It’s just what we’ve heard of and in most cases what we have tried out ourselves. I’m sure that you ...

52 MINAUG 15
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141 – Feeling insecure about security (Part 2)

WP Builds Newsletter #75 – Core update debates, plugin updates and podcasts playable in SERPs

This weeks WordPress news – Covering The Week Commencing 5th August 2019: I’m on holiday this week and so there will not be a WP Builds LIVE News this week. Sorry about that… WordPress Core Feature Project Proposal: WP Notify Proposal to Auto-Update Old Versions of WordPress to 4.7 Sparks Heated Debate Community WordPress Explores Forming a Nomination-Based Advisory Board WordCamp Long Beach to Debut a “Future of WordPress” Track Feature plugin discussion: a consent and logging mechanism for user privacy How to Create Gutenberg Block Plugin using wp-scripts with PostCSS Build Process Plugins / Themes Page Builder Framework – New WooCommerce Features! – Premium Add-On 2.1 EditorsKit 1.9 Introduces Block Styles, Utility Classes, and Full Height Editor Screen Jetpack 7.6 Improves AMP Compatibility, Adds Preview and Upgrade Nudge for Blocks Only Available on Paid Plans 1 Year Backups with WP Security Audit Log premium Beaver Builder Mega Menu Brizy – State of Development Securit...

26 MINAUG 12
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WP Builds Newsletter #75 – Core update debates, plugin updates and podcasts playable in SERPs

Latest Episodes

145 – Should we use templates more?

Interview – Should we use templates more? Back in the good old days of the internet, when CSS was hardly a thought and nobody used JavaScript, you pretty much had to build websites from the ground up each time. What I mean by that is that I don’t have a memory of being able to download templates for different websites that you could tweak to make your own; you just had to build them and when the next project came along you had to start all over again. Well, that’s how I did it anyway. Fast forward into the era of WordPress (and other CMS solutions) and themes came along. You could buy websites ready made, good to go. The promise was so beguiling – download a website theme, click a button to upload it and bam, your website would be complete and ready for consumption by the public at large. They would come to your website in their millions and marvel at your website building skills! Mmm… No really. Most WordPress users quickly figured out that although themes were great, there was usually a whole heap of work that needed to be done to bend the theme to your will. That portfolio that you saw on the website sales page, how did it even work. Aaarrrggghhh… now I have to spend hours unpicking the code because none of this theme is as simple as it appeared to be! Hands up if you wasted hours of your time and lots of your cash buying theme after theme hoping that this time, this theme would be the perfect fit for the client that you had lined up. Cough, my hand is practically scraping the ceiling right now! So themes were (and are) great if: the documentation is plentiful and readablethe theme is developed in a standard wayyou have enough patience to work through the problems that you will encounter Well, things move on and now we have entered an era of frameworks and minimal themes that just get you started, but don’t try to do ‘all the things’. Add into the mix the proliferation of the many Page Builders in the WordPress space and now we seem to be in an era where Page Builder modules do the job of styling the site more and more. Now almost anyone can create a great looking site in a few days and save their templates to be reused another time. Or perhaps you could just used the page templates and modules that come with the Page Builder. Or (another or…) you could get hold of third-party templates and use those instead. Times have changed! My work is more and more focussing upon doing almost everything in the browser. WordPress, Page Builder, templates, theme, image creation, wireframes, information architecture can all be done with online tools. So with all of this available, do we actually need any skills to build websites anymore? Could we hand the work to a child and say… “there you go, I want a site in a couple of days”? In short – NO! You still need skills to be able to create websites and you need to offer value to the client in other ways too – funnels, integrations, SEO and all that jazz! We also need to think about whether or not duplicating pre-made templates and just using those all over our website is doing the client a service. Are we in danger of falling into the trap of making life so easy for us as WordPress website developers that the clients all end up with cookie cutter websites with zero individuality. Perhaps we should use templates for inspiration for our websites. Use the ideas that we see and then create our own template library that fits in with what we do and what our clients require. That sounds like a good compromise I think, Doesn’t it? So create your own templates, keep them updated and we’ll come back to this topic again in a future when the landscape has completely changed again! Mentioned in this episode: ElementorBeaver Builder / Beaver ThemerBrizyPage Builder CloudKatka template packHack the Buyer Brain

55 MIN3 days ago
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145 – Should we use templates more?

WP Builds Newsletter #79 – WordPress 5.3, project governance and RSS readers

This weeks WordPress news – Covering The Week Commencing 2nd September 2019: WordPress Core WordPress 5.2.3 Security and Maintenance Release WordPress 5.3 Will Change How it Blocks Indexingand this Anders Norén to Design Twenty Twenty Default Theme, Shipping in WordPress 5.3 Community WordPress Governance Project Looks for New Leadership WordSesh EMEA Schedule Published, Registration Opens September 9 Celebrating the WordPress community: the Yoast Care fund Plugins / Themes New! Make WordPress Security Easy With Passwordless Logins Ultimate Dashboard – Contact Form Widget Oxygen 3.0 Now Available Toolbelt: A New Jetpack-Inspired Plugin with a Focus on Speed and Privacy Toolset Types 3.3.5 Brings a Public Custom Field API Elementor: Monthly Template Kit #2: Build a Beautiful Fitness Website Deals from this week 10% off ‘UX for Everyone’ – code WPBUILDSROCKS before the 11th September 2019 Security The WordPress 5.2.3 Security Release Unpacked WordPress sites are being backdoored...

26 MIN1 weeks ago
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WP Builds Newsletter #79 – WordPress 5.3, project governance and RSS readers

144 – Get paid with likes… the Like Coin with Kin Ko

Interview – Get paid with likes… the Like Coin So we’ve all heard of the Block Chain I guess by now? It’s a technology which has received a great deal of interest over the last few years, well, that’s what this episode is about – sort of! Although my understanding is not all that clear, a Block Chain is a distributed ledger which holds data about something… anything. A few years ago when the idea came about, it was all about crypto currencies like Bitcoin and Etherium. That’s changing now as people are figuring out that this system can be repurposed to store data about anything. The reason that it’s so innovative is that Block Chains can be used as proof that something happened. The ecosystem has to agree that an event happened before it’s added to the chain of other blocks. Thus you can prove that you did in fact earn that Bitcoin. Everyone has a copy of the data, not just one person in the way that we usually store data (backups excluded). Click here to give WP Builds so...

50 MIN1 weeks ago
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144 – Get paid with likes… the Like Coin with Kin Ko

WP Builds Newsletter #78 – Gutenberg 6.4, UX / UI Live audit live and PHP conference cancelled

This weeks WordPress news – Covering The Week Commencing 26th August 2019: WordPress Core Gutenberg 6.4 Adds New Typewriter Experience, Cover Block Resizing, and Block Inserter Help Panel Community Elementor Growth Roundup – 15 Experts Share How to Grow Your Business in 2020 Why WordPress is a Superior Platform for a Non-Profit Organization Is WordPress An Actual Content Management System (CMS)? Wix to WordPress Migration — A Step-by-Step Guide Using Elementor Plugins / Themes 40% off Project Huddle including lifetime deal at $299 FacetWP 3.4.1 10 Best Blocks To Use For Creating Your Site With Gutenberg Security What is xmlrpc.php file and why you should care about it Malicious WordPress Redirect Campaign Attacking Several Plugins How to Password Protect Your WordPress Site: Every Method How to Stop a DDoS Attack WP Builds Only doing what you’re good at Let Piccia Neri review your website’s UI / UX Not WordPress, but useful anyway… Micro.blog Adds Tumblr Cross-Posting Google’...

28 MIN2 weeks ago
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WP Builds Newsletter #78 – Gutenberg 6.4, UX / UI Live audit live and PHP conference cancelled

143 – Only doing what you’re good at

In this episode: Discussion – Only doing what you’re good at So we all build websites… we do don’t we? Perhaps we don’t perhaps we’re just involved with WordPress as a marketing expert, or a graphic designer. WordPress is useful to a whole slew of different job types which is great, but can also be a burden. What I mean by that is that there are so many hats that you can wear in the WordPress space, so many jobs that are needed to get a website up, running and maintained, that it can be hard to keep up. No, I’m going to amend that last sentence, it’s impossible to keep up. I’ll wager a tiny amount of money that there is nobody out there who is great at ALL of the following jobs: Branding expert Communicator – project manager / sales / marketing Copywriter UX or UI specialist SEO specialist Digital Marketing Expert (funnels, A/B testing and analysing) Photographer / Graphic Artist Backend (PHP) developer Frontend (HTML/CSS) developer Javascript developer Mmm… you see what ...

49 MIN2 weeks ago
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143 – Only doing what you’re good at

WP Builds Newsletter #77 – WordPress 5.3, auto updating old sites and prevent tracking

This weeks WordPress news – Covering The Week Commencing 19th August 2019: There will not be a WP Builds LIVE News this week due to the fact that I’m holiday. Sorry about that. Normal service will be resumed next week! WordPress Core WordPress 5.3 Schedule and ScopeandWordPress 5.3 Development Kicks Off: UI Polishing, Editor Improvements, and New Twenty Twenty Default ThemeandWordPress 5.2.3 RC 1 WordPress Poised to Begin Implementing Proposal to Auto-Update Older Sites to 4.7 A Nofollow Option for Links Is Coming to Gutenberg Community WP Notify Kick off meeting announcementmore here… WordCamp Asia Logo: A Design Journey Discussion: How to handle conflict of interest situations What Is WebP And How To Enable It On Your WordPress Website? SiteGround Gets a New Hosting Dashboard – No More cPanel How to Set Up Google Site Kit in WordPress Colibri – WordPress page builder that gives you design superpowers Plugins / Themes Astra 2.0 — Setting New Standards for WordPress Themes! –...

26 MIN3 weeks ago
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WP Builds Newsletter #77 – WordPress 5.3, auto updating old sites and prevent tracking

142 – Easy life… store your layouts in the cloud with Andrew Palmer

In this episode: Get Page Builder Cloud here… Interview – Easy life… store your layouts in the cloud with Andrew Palmer So, go back 20 or so years and building websites was hard, and I mean really hard… You had to use tables and it took hours to make things line up. Then along came CSS and suddenly the work got a little easier. Then the CMS was born and we could all begin to create websites that could present different things at different times. However, making these websites look good was another frustration. You had to learn the complexities of the WordPress templating system and figure out what you needed to amend in multiple locations to get your posts and pages looking great. Then a few years back the Page Builders came about. The offered the chance to point-click-drag-save your way into great looking pages. If you spent time with your Page Builder of choice you could get great results really, really fast. Now let’s put aside whether or not you think that Page Builders are...

60 MIN3 weeks ago
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142 – Easy life… store your layouts in the cloud with Andrew Palmer

WP Builds Newsletter #76 – Gutenberg improvements, riding a bike and plugin updates

This weeks WordPress news – Covering The Week Commencing 12th August 2019: WordPress Core Gutenberg 6.3 Improves Accessibility with New Navigation and Edit Modes Community Foolish English folk ride 3,000 km for a great WordPress cause – WP&UP My Final Goodbye to the Tavernand this Tweet WordCamp US – Community Track Round 3andWordCamp US schedule Attend the Great WP Virtual Summit for Free: August 19-23 Automattic — the maker of WordPress.com — has purchased TumblrandMatt Mullenweg’s reaction – Tumblr the Day After Automattic Acquires Zero BS CRM, Considers Rebranding it as Jetpack CRM WordPress Theme Review Team Scraps Trusted Authors Program Due to Gaming and Inconsistent Reviews WP Engine Platform Becomes 40% Faster The JavaScript for WordPress Bootcamp We benchmarked Amazon’s new Aurora database for use with WordPress New mycamp.rocks Newsletter Launches with Tips for Conference Organizers, Speakers, and Attendees Plugins / Themes Elementor – Celebrating 3 Million Activ...

30 MINAUG 19
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WP Builds Newsletter #76 – Gutenberg improvements, riding a bike and plugin updates

141 – Feeling insecure about security (Part 2)

In this episode: Discussion – Feeling insecure about security (Part 2) So this is part two of our discussion of WordPress security. I think you could well listen to this episode in isolation, but it might be better if you went back to episode 140 and finish that one first? I will leave that decision to you! A brief recap on last week though in case you don’t want to do that. We discussed: Non WordPress security matter: the data we keep, how we store passwords How we manage sites that we pass over to clients if we know that we won’t be managing them going forwards We talked about what we have done in the last with our WordPress website care plans and what we were promising We start the discuss this week listing out our experiences of the security solutions that we have come into contact with. This is certainly not and exhaustive list, and is not intended as a set of preferences. It’s just what we’ve heard of and in most cases what we have tried out ourselves. I’m sure that you ...

52 MINAUG 15
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141 – Feeling insecure about security (Part 2)

WP Builds Newsletter #75 – Core update debates, plugin updates and podcasts playable in SERPs

This weeks WordPress news – Covering The Week Commencing 5th August 2019: I’m on holiday this week and so there will not be a WP Builds LIVE News this week. Sorry about that… WordPress Core Feature Project Proposal: WP Notify Proposal to Auto-Update Old Versions of WordPress to 4.7 Sparks Heated Debate Community WordPress Explores Forming a Nomination-Based Advisory Board WordCamp Long Beach to Debut a “Future of WordPress” Track Feature plugin discussion: a consent and logging mechanism for user privacy How to Create Gutenberg Block Plugin using wp-scripts with PostCSS Build Process Plugins / Themes Page Builder Framework – New WooCommerce Features! – Premium Add-On 2.1 EditorsKit 1.9 Introduces Block Styles, Utility Classes, and Full Height Editor Screen Jetpack 7.6 Improves AMP Compatibility, Adds Preview and Upgrade Nudge for Blocks Only Available on Paid Plans 1 Year Backups with WP Security Audit Log premium Beaver Builder Mega Menu Brizy – State of Development Securit...

26 MINAUG 12
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WP Builds Newsletter #75 – Core update debates, plugin updates and podcasts playable in SERPs

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