Woo, Nulled plugins + CSS tricks

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With the ​dev notes of 6.4​ published, it really is just waiting out the last week of 6.3, isn’t it? I’ve been running 6.4 on my site since the RC’s and it’s smooth sailing so far.

Anyway, number 93, let’s get to it!

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Here’s what I saw happening this past week:

If you’re not familair with what the Shape Up framework is, Kim explains it right at the beginning of the article + video. Good stuff!

  • Finding out your plugin has been nulled is not a nice experience. And it’s a tough one to prevent, as Mihai Iova from SliceWP discovered. But what you can do is make sure when folks search for nulled versions of your plugins is make sure they see your site first. And Patrick Posner ​shared a good example​ of what such a page can look like as a response to Mihai.

🚀 Performance

My favorite performance optimizing tools in WordPress:

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  • WooCommerce.com rebranded to ​Woo.com​. Still powered by WooCommerce, the software, but my guess this is to position WooCommerce.com/Automattic better to competitors. You know the ones. In this light, ​this conversation kicked off by Mario Peshev and the replies to it give you a lot of insight as to what’s happening there.

And what’s about to happen. Meaning, I didn’t know ​there was a roadmap​!

Some of my favorite WordPress tools:

💡 Interesting Finds

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🎙️ I released two podcasts this week. ​One with Ivailo Hristov​, the CTO of ​NitroPack​. Lots to learn about performance in this one, and it gives you great insight into how NitroPack is solving making your WordPress site faster!

The second is with ​Niels de Blaauw from Level Level​. We talk about a great many different topics. From the perspective of a dedicated WordPress agency and more.

Lots to learn from both. You know, if you like to learn things, that is 😏.

That’s it for this week’s edition of Inside WordPress. Thanks for reading!

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