Imagine bringing those audits fully into the context of WordPress powered sites. Wouldn’t that be amazing? Well, we may very well be heading that way. An interesting project aiming to do exactly this is to be kicked off at WordCamp US next week (will we see you there?). Imagine the impact of such a tool! Wouldn’t that be awesome? … [Read more...] about WordPress 5.0 RCs, Gutenberg related news and food for thought!
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For example, some plugin authors will try to minimize that a plugin contains a vulnerability and will not formally communicate to their users how urgent it is to update the plugin. Some plugin authors will only make a reference to a “security fix” within their changelog. … [Read more...] about Vulnerability Reported in All in One SEO Pack
The Amp-Pixel Element: This is a simple tag that can be used to count page views as a typical tracking pixel would, using a GET request. There are a number of variables that can be passed through it, such as DOCUMENT_REFERRER and Title. The Amp-Analytics Extended Component: This is a little bit more advanced than the amp-pixel. It is likely what you’ll use to implement analytics on your site because it allows for a greater level of configuration for analytics interactions. … [Read more...] about How To Get Started With Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP)
We’re really going to try and not have another backlash. Not talking about location (IE checkins like Foursquare] because that’s not ready yet to even discuss, but your settings will carry over .. and we’ll think long and hard about what setting would be most appropriate [wait, why think long and hard if you’re going to respect defaults?] … [Read more...] about Live Blogging Facebook’s “Simpler Privacy Controls” Press Conference