There’s been a neat update to all of our stat packages which now showcase unique visitors as well as overall pageviews – this is still available to self-hosted users but it doesn’t appear to be active in your actual self-hosted admin – you’ll have to check out your WordPress.com stats dashboard directly to see the figures. I’m sure they’ll eventually bring this view directly into your own self-hosted blog but for now just head over to the other dash: Hover over a day, week, or month in the chart to see how many views and unique visitors you had. To […]
Jetpack, a behemoth of a WordPress plugin with a number of turn-key features, has released their 2.0.3 update whoops, now it’s 2.0.4 after a slight issue with 2.0.3, boasting updates to Photon, their “image accelerator” as well as compatibility with their infinite scroll feature. The custom CSS editor also got hit big with some updates improving the editing experience incorporating support for Sass and LESS, which I’m a personal fan of. The complete list of changes can be seen on the changelog.
Well, it looks like LinkedIn and WordPress are ending their sweet sweet relationship as their WordPress app is being let go tomorrow. They are rolling this change in with a new look set to be released as well which boasts a more simplified design, deeper insights, and new ways to “connect” and “build” relationships. I’m not a super-fan of LinkedIn but I have one because some of the sites that I’m apart of literally require an account to get in. But you can still (and perhaps have) drop your WordPress blog content into LinkedIn via Jetpack by connecting the two […]