WordPress

WP Super Cache 1.5.0

WP Super Cache is a fast full-page caching plugin for WordPress. Download it from your dashboard or get it here. Version 1.5.0 has been in development for some time. It has a ton of bug fixes and new features. REST API The headline new feature is REST API access to […]

WordPress

Thank you Translators!

Well, well. WP Super Cache translations are coming along well. 100% of strings in the development version are translated into Canadian English and Romanian! (That might change over the next few days as I have a couple of UI changes in mind, sorry!) Other languages like Persian, Japanese, Spanish, Russian […]

Automattic

12 years at Automattic

Wow. 12 years ago I started out on this adventure with Automattic and Matt. It’s hard to believe it’s been that long. If you want to discover why I’m still here, take a look at the work with us page. We’re hiring!

WordPress

Take a sneak peek at WP Super Cache

WP Super Cache is a full page caching plugin for WordPress that makes your site faster, and helps deal with unexpected surges in traffic. Over the last few months we’ve been busy working on the plugin to add new features and fix bugs and we can almost call it ready. […]

WordPress

How to Auto Schedule WordPress Posts

If you post to a WordPress blog on a regular basis like I do on In Photos dot Org you’ll no doubt recognise the fatigue that comes from adjusting the publish date every single time on a new post so it appears a day later. If you have multiple posts […]

WordPress

Coming up in WP Super Cache 1.5.0

The next version of WP Super Cache will be one with some big changes! There are many small bug fixes and improvements but the one I’m most excited about is moving the legacy cache files into the supercache directory. The legacy cache files were the files created by the old […]

WordPress

WP Super Cache 1.4.9

There’s a new release of WP Super Cache out and it’s a security release to fix XSS problems in the settings pages. Those pages are only accessible by admin users so an anonymous visitor to your site can’t come along and enable it to steal your login cookies but along […]

Photos

Automattic in 2016

This is (most of) Automattic. We’re in the town of Whistler, Canada for the annual Grand Meetup. The company is growing every year, from tiny origins when a small group of us hacked away on a couple of servers to almost 500 now! In the old days the company portrait […]

Android

Split screen on your phone

A thread on Reddit asked what you use the new split screen functionality in Android Nougat for. Apparently people use it to browse Reddit and watch YouTube at the same time.  Samsung Android phones have had this functionality for a while but I rarely use it however I decided to try this, […]

WordPress

WordPress is thirteen!

You could have knocked me over with a feather today when I read Matt’s post announcing that WordPress was celebrating a birthday! It didn’t seem so long ago that we were working on b2++, hacking the multiuser bits in and doing all sorts of crazy things with it. Now I’m […]

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