BuddyPress 2.3.3 is now available. This is an important maintenance and security release for the 2.3 branch of code, and all BuddyPress installations are recommended to upgrade as soon as possible. BuddyPress Messages, while off by default, is a component that’s frequently enabled to allow members to communicate privately with each other.
At WordCamp Tampa this year, we’re going to have a panel of industry professionals doing a live code audit. What’s a code audit? Exactly what it sounds like. The panel of experts are going to review user-submitted code ahead of time and then go over it, on screen, live with the audience.
In WordPress 4.3, we eliminated shared taxonomy terms once and for all. This means that, by the time WordPress 4.4 is released, just about every WordPress installation will have the same number of rows in the wp_terms and wp_term_taxonomy database tables. Why does this matter?
As WordPress continues to grow, online business continues to become more and more competitive, so naturally, search engine optimization (SEO) continues to be a top priority for many of our clients. A large majority of the sites we build are for clients migrating from another …
When WordPress 4.3 was released, it added the ability for users to set a site icon, also known as a favicon, in the Customizer. In the past, users had to either add this manually, through a plugin, or through the theme options (if their theme included this functionality).
As a WordPress business, WordCamp conferences are close to our heart. This year, our WP Valet team is excited to contribute the branding for the WordCamp Orlando 2015 conference. Our lead designer Hyemi Oh did a terrific job on the logo, emulating a fanciful, storybook theme-inspiring imagination and creativity.
In a few weeks, Yoast.com will get a major make-over! We are currently working on the last details of our redesign. Alongside our new appearance, we will also launch a new section on Yoast.com: Yoast Academy. Yoast Academy will become the SEO library of Yoast.com.