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MigrateWP Launches a Service Dedicated to WordPress Migrations

While there are many excellent plugins that make migrations easier for developers, WordPress migration as a service hasn’t been widely marketed. MigrateWP is a new business dedicated solely to providing smooth, painless migrations for people who don’t have the skills or time move a site from one host to another. 34 more words

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WordPress Developers Organize Community Initiative to Standardize Custom Post Types, Taxonomies, and Metadata

A WordPress community initiative is underway to standardize content types used by plugin developers. Justin Tadlock is spearheading an initiative to create WordPress community-curated standards for common post types, taxonomies, and metadata. 34 more words

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WordPress JSON REST API Plugin 1.1.1 Security Release: Update Recommended

The JSON REST API plugin for WordPress released a security update over the weekend. Version 1.1.1 includes a fix for a vulnerability wherein the JSONP support built-in to the API could be used to serve up arbitrary Flash SWF files. 34 more words

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New WordPress Plugin By Pressware Provides An Easy Way To Insert Images Into A Widget

Pressware Image Widget is a new plugin by Tom Mcfarlin, of Pressware, that makes it really simple to add an image to a widget. While there are plenty of existing plugins that provide similar functionality, Pressware Image Widget stays close to the core of WordPress and is a no frills approach to the problem. 34 more words

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A Beautiful Way to Display Color Palettes in WordPress

Color palettes are fun way to explore colors for a concept, redesign, decoration ideas or home improvement projects. If you get excited when walking into a paint store, then you understand the small thrill of viewing colors together in coordinated palettes. 34 more words

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GravityView Launches an App Based on Gravity Forms

WordPress developers Zack Katz and Luis Godinho launched GravityView this week, a new suite of products that makes it easy to display Gravity Forms entries on your site. 58 more words

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WordPress.com Moves to Standardize Theme Support for Site Logos

WordPress.com introduced a new site logo feature today with the goal of standardizing the way themes present logo upload. When it comes to data portability, you’re usually out of luck with logos. 46 more words

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