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Rhys Wynne

Rhys Wynne is the senior editor at Winwar Media's blog, with over 8 years experience in blogging, and enjoys creating WordPress plugins. You can follow Rhys on Twitter.

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Feeds Discontinued and WP eBay Feeds 3

So, last week I woke to the news that eBay were discontinuing their RSS Feeds Generator. This is actually a crucial part of WP eBay Product Feeds, so I thought I’d share a rough plan, and hopefully provide some reassurance going foward. Plus this will be something I’d point people towards in the next few…


WP eBay Product Feeds 2.6 Released!

Today I’m delighted to announce the release of WP eBay Product Feeds 2.6! This is an international edition for both the free & premium version. Proper Internationalisation For both the free & premium versions of WP eBay Product Feeds, I’ve been working on Internationalisation on this release, and it’s about ready to go. The internationalisation…


Inline Tweet Sharer (Free & Premium) 2.5 Released!

Today I’m delighted to announce the release of Inline Tweet Sharer & Inline Tweet Sharer Premium 2.5! Bitly v4 Integration (and Depreciation of Bitly v3) The first change is that we now use Bitly v4 integration within the plugin! This allows more security when creating bit.ly links as the links will be authorised in a…


WP eBay Product Feeds 2.5 Released!

Today I’m delighted to announce the release of WP eBay Product Feeds version 2.5 for both free & premium versions. I’ve bumped the version number up to 2.5 as well, as whilst it’s a small update, it can affect the display of the feed on sites, so wanted to provide an update and what this…


Inline Tweet Sharer 2.4 Released

Today I’m delighted to announce the release of Inline Tweet Sharer 2.4! This version introduces a brand new option on the site, reducing the footprint the plugin uses on the site should you decide to use it, as well as a few display bugs. Disable Stylesheets From Loading The new version introduces a new option,…


State of the Winwar 2019

So here’s a slightly delayed “State of the Winwar” for the year of 2019. Overall it’s been an interesting year, a year of change and refocus. So this blog post will be slightly different to what you’re used to seeing on a yearly basis. Dwi’n Rhys – Decent Growth Beyond a couple of shakey moments…



How to Enqueue Google Fonts in WordPress the Right Way

Google Fonts, since being released a few years ago, has been a web developer’s dream. Instead of relying on a small number of fonts or an expensive system to manage custom fonts, you can instead use Google Fonts to put some fonts on your site. With recent editions of a recognition of the font-display: swap;…


Three Thoughts on WordCamp Brighton

Recently I attended and spoke at WordCamp Brighton 2019. It was my first speaking gig of 2019 and I thoroughly enjoyed my trip to the south coast to spend time with the WordPress Community. Last year’s WordCamp Brighton I really enjoyed so it was a great to be able to speak at the event this…