This week’s WordPress news for the week commencing 12th July 2021
“Understanding who you are and who you are not goes a long way.” In this episode of Post Status Excerpt, David Bisset talks with Syed Balkhi about the acquisition of SearchWP by Awesome Motive. We get a little behind-the-scenes information about how this deal came to be. Syed shares his thoughts on how SearchWP fits…
“I realized that I wanted [SearchWP] to be long term and stable…it deserved a team behind it.” In this episode of Post Status Excerpt, David Bisset talks with Jon Christopher about his sale of SearchWP to Awesome Motive. The two talk about what motivated Jon — the sole developer (and marketer) of SearchWP — to…
Today we welcome Jonathan Christopher of SearchWP, Iron to Iron, and MondayByNoon to the show. We also begin to explore WordPress 4.3 Beta 1 which includes updated password strength requirements, updates to the visual editor, and responsive list tables.
Welcome to Episode 43 of Apply Filters. Today we dig into Backpress, a PHP library of some of the core functionality of WordPress. Backpress grew out of the core of WP and is now the muscle behind GlotPress, a popular web-based software translation tool. However, the future of this tool is in question.
In episode 42 of Apply Filters we talk through a few updates from our projects and dig into an issue that has been plaguing the WordPress community for some time now: Taxonomy Term Splitting. A recent article by Boone Gorges describes the problem very well and explores some of the potential ways to solve it.
Welcome to Episode 41 of the Apply Filters Podcast. Today we’re very excited to welcome Rob Walling on to the show. Rob talks about his Stairstep Approach to building a business, the challenges and benefits of SAAS, and his journey in creating Drip.
This episode covers some best practices around building out documentation for your plugins and themes, how to get started selling your own plugins, and a few updates from Brad and Pippin.
In this episode, we discuss commercial plugins on GitHub, welcome screens after updates, comparing similar plugins, responsive images, and more.
We dive into how we have validated the business models for our plugins and how we use similar methods to validate new features and enhancements.