MonsterInsights

MonsterInsights GA Plugin v 7.4 Removes Manual Authentication

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Something interesting happened this morning, as they sometimes do. Monster Insights, the popular Google Analytics integration plugin for WordPress, released an updated version of their plugin (as they often do). Along with an updated preference panel, the new MonsterInsights (free version is now being called Lite) version 7.4 also removed manual Google Analytics authentication. In […]

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MailChimp

How to Show WordPress Featured Images in MailChimp RSS – Without a Plugin

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Development, Web Development and Redesign, WordPress

We’ve already gone through how to get featured images/blog post images to show in MailChimp with the Featured Image in RSS plugin, but perhaps you don’t want to use a plugin. Maybe you’re looking for a way to edit your RSS feed without putting yet another plugin into your WordPress install. Never fear! We can […]

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Padlock

Fixed in 4.9.7: New WordPress Vulnerability Found by RIPS & Its Hotfix

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Security Flaws & Patches

Like any piece of software used by millions of people, WordPress is subject to a lot of potential security problems. While most security issues can be plugged up with simple updates (the WordPress team appears to be relatively good at plugging up holes and flaws), sometimes security issues can arise that aren’t as clear cut. […]

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