GPLWay offers more than 1,000 WordPress plugins and themes for businesses

Today, the company has launched a new website that will use WordPress as its main builder. With their vast amount of options to choose from and unlimited access to all of their products, there are many reasons why a business should join today. The best part is that each membership includes unlimited access to all of the company’s products which saves them money in the long run. For example, you can save $1,200 on an annual membership by joining today.

GPLWay is a new website that offers businesses and individuals another option to build a website using WordPress. Today, the company…


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A WordPress Activity Log Service With Customizable Charts, Alerts, and CSV Exports – WP Tavern

Launched by Ralph Morris and Steve Burge in June this year, Logtivity is a plugin and service that allows site owners to track everything that happens on their WordPress installs. The duo has made continual updates to the plugin since. In the past couple of months, they have added deep integration with Easy Digital Downloads. They are also planning to build around more eCommerce-related plugins.

Burge mentioned that using the Logtivity service allows site owners to track and log activity at scale. While small sites could get by with an on-site solution, it can be harder to do while…


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A WordPress Activity Log Service With Customizable Charts, Alerts, and CSV Exports – WP Tavern

Launched by Ralph Morris and Steve Burge in June this year, Logtivity is a plugin and service that allows site owners to track everything that happens on their WordPress installs. The duo has made continual updates to the plugin since. In the past couple of months, they have added deep integration with Easy Digital Downloads. They are also planning to build around more eCommerce-related plugins.

Burge mentioned that using the Logtivity service allows site owners to track and log activity at scale. While small sites could get by with an on-site solution, it can be harder to do while…


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6 Ways to Set Up a Test Site for WordPress Staging

If you’re planning on upgrading the theme on your WordPress site, adding plugins, or radically altering the direction, it’s smart to spend some time on testing it before the changes go live.

However, this is easier said than done. WordPress doesn’t offer any built-in staging features for testing and appraisal of changes you make. Everything you do gets saved and goes live, which isn’t perfect.

The answer is to create a staging environment. Here are six ways you can test planned changes to a WordPress site before they go…


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How to get started with marketing analytics for a WordPress website

The internet domination in our day-to-day lives has meant that more and more businesses are going online. In such times marketing your business in the online space has become imperative. But what is also very important is doing it right. Here is where the role of marketing analytics has become critically important like never before.

So, if you are looking to marketing your business to deliver the desired results, marketing analytics plays a vital role. It is because of this that the top SEO service in the USA lays a great emphasis on it. In this blog, let us look at the ways to utilize it…


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Preview WordPress Block Pattern and Theme Combinations via New Site – WP Tavern

Viewing patterns from the WP Block Patterns homepage.

Andrew Starr, the owner of UXL Themes, has cobbled together a new project around block patterns. His new site, aptly named WP Block Patterns, allows users to preview any WordPress.org-hosted block themes and patterns together.

The project does not allow visitors to download anything or ask them to sign up. It is a basic demo system, one that WordPress.org should consider at some point.

Visitors can choose any block pattern. Then, they can select any theme to see what they look like together. It is a quick way to test…


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WordPress security: CookieYes GDPR plugin patches XSS bug following large-scale PHP audit

Researchers claim five plugins use function insecurely – but some maintainers disagree

UPDATED A hugely popular GDPR compliance plugin for WordPress contained an authenticated, persistent cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability related to the insecure use of PHP’s function, according to security researchers.

As a result, the CookieYes GDPR Cookie Consent & Compliance Notice plugin, which has more than one million active installations, no longer uses the function in the shortcodes module, as per a software update released today (September…


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Developers hate WordPress — and so should marketers

WordPress is hands down the most popular CMS out there. Since it started in 2003, it’s accumulated a market share of 39% of websites on the internet. BBC America, the Washington Post, Walt Disney World, the government of Sweden, and, hell, even your favorite news source (TNW by the way) all use WordPress to build their websites. 

But, while the CMS system is powering the websites of so many businesses across the globe, the truth is, a majority of developers actually hate it.

In Stack Overflow’s annual Developer Survey, WordPress was voted the most dreaded platform to work with, in 2019


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Add Custom SVGs via the Icon Block WordPress Plugin – WP Tavern

Nick Diego released the Icon Block plugin last week. Unlike similar blocks that are available, it does not rely on a third-party library. Instead, it caters to the developer and DIY crowd, allowing them to add any SVG directly to the editor.

Diego is the author of the Block Visibility plugin, which is just a little over a year old and shaping up to be the best project in the space. Over the summer, he expanded it with a pro version that adds value with more niche options. When it comes to the block editor, he has thus far shown a willingness to find creative solutions to problems…


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Wish for a Killer Website Using WordPress for Your Business? Top Do's and Don'ts of WordPress – Customer Think

With more than 455 million websites now running on WordPress, it’s evident that this platform has taken the world by storm. Today, around 62% of the top 100 fastest-growing companies in the US use WordPress, and 70 million new blog posts pop up every month.

With its user-friendly interface and powerful tools, it becomes the favorite choice for all.
The best part is that with many WordPress themes and plugins, developers can do wonders with your website and take it from plain to unique in no time at all.

So, let’s get started.

Here are the top do’s and don’ts for those looking to…


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