Our WP RSS Aggregator plugin is growing at a steady pace and has exceeded the 300,000 all-time downloads mark. What this means is that we’re also getting more requests for some fine tuning here and there, as well as help with certain custom setups for our premium add-ons. While our support team is doing a great job in providing useful and continuous support to our customers, these custom jobs can take up a lot of time that our small team currently doesn’t have to offer. So if you’ve worked with WP RSS Aggregator before or are simply familiar with the way it works, we’d love to hear from you and possibly feature your services on our website to have you help out these customers where needed.
Stepping into a hat store A couple of weeks ago I stepped into a hat store in downtown San Diego. Not a cap store. A real, serious, hat store. I told the gal that I thought it might be time to make a shift from the daily caps I wear (baseball caps that are rarely […]
Are you a theme, plugin or framework developer for WordPress? Take note: the heading structure in the Admin screens will change in WordPress 4.3. From H2 to H1 Currently, in WordPress 4.2 and before, the main heading in admin screens is an <h2>. However, if you want to have a correct, semantic heading structure, a page […]
The upside of jet lag, like Om discovering the streets of Paris, are enjoying parts of the day you might not normally be awake for, like a beautiful sun rise. Here’s a time lapse I made of the Victoria Harbor in Hong Kong taken from the incredible view I have in my room.
tl;dr WordPress 4.2.4 RC1 is available (download) for testing and fixes an issue with inline scripts. A change in WordPress 4.2.3 had the unintentional side effect of breaking some inline scripts when the CDATA block is used (see #33106). For example, consider the intended content here: In 4.2.2, this content is left as is and […]
WordPress 4.3 includes a change to get_transient(). As reported in #23881 and #30380, get_transient() had a check for get_option( $transient_timeout ) < time(). Because get_option() can return false and false is always < time() ?, get_transient() could delete transient timeout options in an unexpected way or cause two more unnecessary queries. WordPress 4.3 now checks […]
In our development work at Press Up, we’re frequently asked to help with a client’s branding choices. Typography is a major piece of your site’s success, and there’s a lot to know when it comes to picking the right font. This great post on fonts from Canva will help you feel more confident in making that selection.