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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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WP Taxi Me 2.3 Released

Today I’m delighted to announce the release of WP Taxi Me 2.3 for both the Free & Premium Releases! This release is an important release, and it only affects the Free version – as we’ve changed our API we used for Geolocation, from Google Maps to Mapbox. What’s Changed? Well, Google Maps has started charging. You…


Your WordPress Site is Not Secure in Google Chrome 68? Here’s Why

If you have a WordPress site you may have noticed that recently you’re starting getting “not secure warnings” in Google Chrome 68. I’ve previously covered other not secure warnings in WordPress, but this one is an update of the previous changes rolled out in January 2017. This post will detail what to do if your WordPress…


SendPulse Email Marketing Plugin Review

Today, as I was asked, I’m going to review the SendPulse Email Marketing Plugin. The plugin basically does seem to connect with their marketing system which allows sending of event-based emails, SMS and Push Notifications. They seem to manage this through a number of forms and through a few plugins that are on the WordPress…


Three Things Learned at WordCamp Europe 2018

So I’m home from what was a week in Belgrade attending WordCamp Europe. This WordCamp was one of the biggest (if not the biggest) I’ve ever attended and it was great being surrounded by just over 2,000 of my peers. I had a lot of interesting discussions and shared ideas with people who are far,…


Hello WordCamp Europe, I’m Rhys!

Hello WordCamp Europe, I’m Rhys! I’m so excited to be heading to WordCamp Europe. At the time of writing, I’m in the UK, but by the time you read this I’m in Serbia. It’s crazy that but I’m excited to check out this European city. WordCamp Europe in Paris – whilst not a highlight personally…


How to centrally align oEmbeds (including in Gutenberg)

Probably one of my favourite features in WordPress is the oEmbed features. oEmbed is a technology that allows you easily embed content from other sites that use oEmbed technology. Content such as YouTube videos, Twitter Tweets or Spotify playlists can be easily embedding by just dropping a link onto a page, but with the ease…


How To Create Paged Posts in Gutenberg

Remember folks, there’s no such thing as a stupid question. Recently I had an issue within the new shiny editor of Gutenberg in that…well…I couldn’t work out how to create paged posts in Gutenberg. I needed a paged post within by debug environment to fix a bug for Inline Tweet Sharer. For the live of…


General Thoughts of WordCamp London 2018

A few weeks ago I attended WordCamp London 2018, which was my third WordCamp London. In short – it was a great conference and I enjoyed it immensely. The conference was a fun few days down in London and it was a good. However, it was a different experience for me as this was the…


Hello WordCamp London, I’m Rhys!

Hello WordCamp London, I’m Rhys. My first WordCamp of the year is this weekend, and I’m taking on a bit of responsibility, acting as MC on Saturday Morning and Sunday Afternoon. It should be a great conference and I spoke at it a few years ago, and I’m looking forward to coming back as I’ve…


How To Add a Product Description in a WooCommerce Archive

Out of the box, WooCommerce is pretty powerful. You can set up a shop in minutes with a few small clicks, and by default WooCommerce will give you a functional shop. One area however where it slightly deviates from the norm is how template are structured, and this can lead to problems if you are…