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Rhys Wynne

Rhys Wynne is the senior editor at Winwar Media's blog, with over 8 years experience in blogging, and enjoys creating WordPress plugins. You can follow Rhys on Twitter.

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ebay Feeds for WordPress – v1.6 Released

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Today I’m delighted to announce the release of eBay Feeds for WordPress v1.6! This version isn’t a massive update, but it facilitates a future for the plugin, as I’ve introduced internationalisation with it. Internationalisation is being seen as a big change in WordPress, with 2014 being the first year non English WordPress installations took over…


Easy Digital Downloads – Taxamo Integration v1.5 Released!

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Today I’m delighted to announce the release of Easy Digital Downloads – Taxamo Integration v1.5. This version introduces a new feature to the plugin, which is one of our longest requested features: the ability to set prices inclusive of tax. Set VAT Inclusive Prices on Cart Previously within the plugin, you had to set the…


WordPress SEO Tools for Webmasters

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As a recovering SEO, I still have many friends and contacts in the SEO industry. I still keep an eye out on what is hot & what is not in the SEO world. Whilst I cannot really claim to be much of a SEO nowadays (though I’ve given an WordPress SEO talk or two in…


wp-admin.fm – New WordPress Podcast Launched

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Recently I was approached by Tim Nash with an intriguing proposition: starting a WordPress Podcast. It was something that I’ve wanted to do for a while. I’m an avid podcast listener as a huge fan of various podcasts that surround my interests, and it would be good to try and make one to try and…


The WordPress Community – Is Fragmentation a Bad Thing?

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So there has been an interesting discussion on the UK WP Slack channel recently surrounding Tim Nash’s blog post on not using the pub as a central location to hold WordPress meetups. The discussion has been great, and well worth a read, but it appears to have divided people into two main groups. On one…


Peacoming v1.1 Released

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Today I’m delighted to announce the release of Peacoming v1.1! This version introduces a new feature to the plugin, as well as fix a small bug. Set Launch Time This release allows you to set the time when the product will launch. Previously, you can set the day for when your site will launch. In…


Setting Up SSL for WordPress on Digital Ocean using ServerPilot

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One thing I’ve been looking a lot of recently with the WP Taxi Me Premium updates is the security of connections and server and serving pages over SSL. It’s set to be a big thing, what with Google treating SSL Rankings as a Ranking Signal now, but it is something that any serious webmaster should look to do.…


WP Flipclock 1.5 Released

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Today I’m delighted to announce the release of WP Flipclock 1.5! This version fixes a couple of bugs that cropped up in earlier versions. Time Fixed For Non-UTC Timezones This fixes a critical display bug, that the timing was slightly off dependant on your timezone – so if you are not in the GMT timezone,…


An Explanation on WordPress Version Numbers

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So recently I’ve been asked a number of times on how WordPress version numbers work, as they feel they are doing a lot of security updates recently – in the past week or so we’ve seen 4.1.1, 4.1.2, 4.1.3, 4.2, 4.2.1 and 4.1.4. All complex software will have bugs, some of them security bugs, so patching…


How To Check if a Gravity Form Exists

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Recently we had a project where we had to see if a Gravity Form existed before outputting anything. The reason we had this issue was because the plugin would be on a bunch of themes, each with different form numbers. As such, if the form didn’t exist, we’d have an ugly “We Couldn’t Find The…