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Hello Brighton SEO, I’m Rhys

So, this week in the first time in absolutely ages I’m attending Brighton SEO. I cannot remember the last time I attended Brighton SEO, but it was a few years back, in the dying embers of my SEO career before I became a full time web developer. Anyway, you may be questioning why I’m attending an…

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Inline Tweet Sharer Premium – Released!

Today I’m delighted to announce that – following some development time and liaising with the community – one of my more popular plugins, Inline Tweet Sharer, has been upgraded to version 2.0. And I’m happy to announce that at the same time, Inline Tweet Sharer Premium has been released! About Inline Tweet Sharer Premium Inline…

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How to Disable Jetpack’s Contact Form Module

You can almost split WordPress developers into two groups. Those of us (myself include) who love Automattic’s offering of plugins in one module – Jetpack, and those of us who hate it. I’m firmly in the first group, but occasionally find myself in the second camp, as I have recently when I wanted to disable…

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WP Taxi Me 2.1 Released!

Today I’m delighted to announce the release of WP Taxi Me 2.1! This version adds a number of new features, both in the free version and the premium version, so it is well worth updating. Here is a run down of the latest release and the new features, and what it means for you. Premium…

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Three Thoughts From WordCamp Europe 2017

So as shared in a post about a month ago, I made my trip to WordCamp Europe 2017 in Paris, France. It was a great trip to one of Europe’s finest capitals, and whilst not perfect (the food was a bit poor and by goodness it was expensive), it was one of the better WordCamps…

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Bonjour WordCamp Europe, je m’appelle Rhys

I’ve not done one of these for a while, so hello WordCamp Europe, I’m Rhys! I’m returning to the country that gave me a lifetime of memories last summer though this for my first non-UK WordCamp in a few years. I’m looking forward to go back :). From looking at the schedule and the tribe meetups,…

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eBay Feeds for WordPress 1.9 Released!

Today I’m delighted to announce the release of eBay Feeds for WordPress 1.9! This version adds one new feature, that will hopefully allow a wider variety of feeds to be displayed. Add the ability to force feeds There is a new item in the Settings allowing you to force feeds. Forcing feeds will hopefully allow…

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ProfilePress WordPress Plugin Review

Recently I was contacted by the people behind ProfilePress about their plugin – ProfilePress. ProfilePress is a developer focussed plugin that will allow users to build their own profiles on the site. If your new site needs login capabilities, or profile capabilites, ProfilePress could be a solution to you to handle this functionality. It comes…

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How To Disable Automatic Update Emails

WordPress in version 3.7 introduced a most welcome and a game changing feature – automatic updates. This slightly controversial-at-the-time feature allowed WordPress to automatically update minor or security releases without the need of user intervention. This was needed, as more WordPress installations out there are secure and safe, with fewer bugs. It is a good…

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