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WPTavern: WPWeekly Episode 277 – WordPress 4.8, Filing Good Bug Reports, and WP Super Cache

By 15/06/2017October 24th, 2017No Comments

WPTavern: WPWeekly Episode 277 – WordPress 4.8, Filing Good Bug Reports, and WP Super Cache

In this episode, John James Jacoby and I start off the show by sending Jesse Peterson our thoughts, prayers, and positive energy. Peterson is a longtime member of the WordPress community, founder of Genesis, and is battling Cystic Fibrosis. He received the call last Friday to receive a double-lung transplant but the surgery was cancelled after doctors determined the lungs were bad after removing them from the patient. We’re hoping he gets the call again soon!

We give insight into what’s new in WordPress 4.8, provide tips for filing a good bug report, and tell you what to expect in the next major version of WP Super Cache. We discuss Imagely acquiring TeslaThemes and near the end of the show, we talk about the WordPress Community Summit at WordCamp Europe.

Stories Discussed:

WordPress 4.8 “Evans” Released Featuring Nearby WordPress Events, New Media Widgets, and Link Boundaries
Harare, Zimbabwe to Host Its 2nd WordCamp November 4, 2017
Major Update Coming to WP Super Cache: New REST API, User-Friendly Settings Page, and Improvements to Legacy File Storage
Imagely Acquires TeslaThemes, Is Seeking Other Acquisition Opportunities

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wpTestDrive allows you to try commercial themes and plugins before purchasing them. wpTestDrive creates a new WordPress instance with admin access where you can test plugins, themes, and their add-ons with or without demo content. It’s free, and test drives stay active for 10 days for registered members or 24 hours for guests. The site uses affiliate links to commercial products to offset the cost of running the site.

CampTix is a free, open source ticketing plugin for WordPress that powers the ticket purchasing experience on Some of its features include, multiple ticket and attendee forms, coupon codes, mass emailing of attendees, exporting data into CSV or XML, refunds, and more.

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