Doc’s WordPress News Drop is a weekly report on the most pressing WordPress news. When the news drops, I will pick it up and deliver it right to you. This week Doc talks about how WordPress version 4.9.3 breaks the auto-update feature and how 4.9.4 fixes it. Doc also covers the recent Browsealoud plugin hack, which used a supply chain attack to take advantage of site visitor traffic for cryptomining purposes. WordCamp Europe is looking for volunteers. Don’t forget to nominate your favorite plugins for our Plugin Madness competition. Love WordPress News, but hate reading? My name is Doc and […]
Doc’s WordPress News Drop is a weekly report on the most pressing WordPress news. When the news drops, I will pick it up and deliver it right to you. On this week’s News Drop, Doc talks about Google’s move into open source CMSs, the WordPress 4.9.4 (and 4.9.3) update and… something else.. I can’t remember… PLUGIN MADNESS!!! Love WordPress News, but hate reading? My name is Doc and this is Doc Pop’s News Drop. March is a month away, which means it’s almost time for Plugin Madness. Plugin Madness is our bracket style competition where we pit 64 WordPress plugins […]
Is there a WordPress plugin you can’t live without? An awesome tool that helps you promote your site or optimize images? Perhaps there’s an administrative plugin that’s saved you hours of work? Now is the time to say thanks! Torque’s Plugin Madness 2018 is taking nominations from now until February 23rd. Nominate your favorite plugins by going to PluginMadness.com. Plugins will be divided into four categories: Marketing Maintenance Optimization eCommerce. We’ll take each of your top nominations and put them through a bracket-style competition throughout March until we’ve landed on the ultimate plugin! Voting in March is important, but if […]
With more than 40k plugins in the WordPress repository alone, selecting plugins for your site may be daunting. We realize how challenging this can be, so in celebration of Torque’s Plugin Madness, we put together four white papers on plugins for site maintenance, optimization, editorial, and marketing. Download The Best Plugins For Site Maintenance Download The Best WordPress Plugins for Site Optimization Download The Best Editorial Plugins for WordPress Download The Best WordPress Plugins For Marketing The white papers highlight all 64 plugins that competed in this year’s plugin madness, each of which was nominated by the WordPress community. The plugins were […]
The heat is on! It’s the final round of our 2016 Plugin Madness competition and there are just a few days left to vote for your favorite WordPress plugin. Our two finalists are Advanced Custom Fields and WooCommerce. Who do you think will take the prize? Go vote right now on PluginMadness.com and share your predictions on Twitter with #pluginmadness.
There’s only one day left to vote on round 4 of Plugin Madness. And with only eight plugins left, the competition is heated. Go to pluginmadness.com to vote now! We are down to the Excellent Eight with some exciting match ups: WP Maintenance Mode Vs. Wordfence Security WP Smush Vs. WooCommerce Yoast Vs. Advanced Custom Fields Jetpack by WordPress.com Vs. The Events Calendar After you vote, don’t forget to share you predictions on Twitter with the #PluginMadness tag for a chance to win some excellent Plugin Madness swag.
We are off to an exciting start in round two of our Plugin Madness competition. In case you missed it, Plugin Madness is a bracket-style tournament where we pit the 64 most popular WordPress plugins. Votes have been tallied for the first round of the competition and 32 plugins have been cut as we move into round 2. Here is the full list of this week’s competitors. WP Maintenance Mode vs. NextGEN Gallery Simple Page Ordering vs. Post Types Order WP-DB-Backup vs. iThemes Security Duplicate Post vs. Wordfence Security WP Mail SMTP vs. Disable Comments MailChimp for WordPress vs. WP Smush […]