Does your plugin do something different? Are you ready to share it with the WordPress community at large? President Aaron Ware presents a step by step process of everything you need to know about submitting your first plugin to WordPress.org at the Boston WordPress Meetup this month!
This past week we were honored to present our latest plugin to the WordPress Rhode Island Community! Efficient and unobtrusive, Mesh – Multiple Content Sections was designed to simply extend the functionality of the normal page editor within WordPress.
Incase you haven’t heard WordCamp Rhode Island 2016 is officially on the calendar! We can’t wait to see the lineup of speakers and sessions.
Today we released an update to our Responsive Page Tester for WordPress. Sadly, this update will be the last that we make to this plugin. When we initially launched the plugin on March 5, 2013, we were trying to create a way to preview a site in multiple orientations right within WordPress. It worked great, and was a plugin that we installed on every client’s website to aid them in creating great content on screens of all sizes.
Security is always an important factor with any online solution. One way to strengthen security is to use two-factor authentication (2FA). We are super excited that our Hosting Partner WP Engine has enabled Two-Factor authentication within their User Portal.