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WPWeekly Episode 175 - New Years Resolution Slider

In this episode of WordPress Weekly, Marcus Couch and I discuss a number of topics. We give you a heads up on the latest round of attacks taking advantage of vulnerabilities in the Revolution Slider plugin. 45 more words

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Critical Git Vulnerability Patched: Update Your Git Clients Immediately

Git just announced version 2.2.1, a maintenance release that includes a security fix for a critical vulnerability that affects those using Windows and Mac OS X Git clients. 49 more words

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Export Your WordPress Blog to Jekyll with One Click

Jekyll fans are fond of the Ruby-powered static blogging software due to its ease of use and support for Markdown and the Liquid templating engine. With no database to maintain and no comments to moderate, Jekyll radically simplifies blogging. 45 more words

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WordPress 4.1 "Dinah" Released

After nearly four months of development, WordPress 4.1 “Dinah” is available for download. Led by John Blackbourn, 4.1 contains several improvements such as a new default theme, an improved distract… 34 more words

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Intergalactic: A Bold Free WordPress Theme from Automattic

Despite a global decrease in public funding for space programs, humans are still reaching for the last frontier through film, music, and even design. Automattic’s latest free theme release on WordPress.org is a bold new take on the space motif. 45 more words

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How to Take Control of The WordPress Heartbeat API

The WordPress Heartbeat API, introduced in WordPress 3.6, simulates a pulse and is responsible for revision tracking, session management, and more. The pulse is around 98 Bytes in size, but it can cause performance issues in certain situations. 34 more words

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Atlanta WordPress Coders Guild: A New Meetup for Designers and Programmers

The Atlanta metro area will soon be getting a new type of WordPress meetup, targeted towards programmers and designers. Local organizers Mike Schinkel and Micah Wood announced the Atlanta WordPress Coders Guild on Meetup.com and have already attracted 55 members who identify themselves as coders. 34 more words

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