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WPTavern: WPWeekly Episode 316 – Stone Cold WordPress

WPTavern: WPWeekly Episode 316 – Stone Cold WordPress

While editing this episode, I noticed that my voice routinely goes from quiet to loud. I’m not sure why this is and suspect it has something to do with Windows 10. I apologize for the audio quality and will try to have it fixed by next week’s show.

In this episode, John James Jacoby and I discuss the recent acquisition of the Google Analytics Dashboard for WordPress plugin, rebuilding the WordPress edit screen, and an in-depth conversation on the concerns expressed surrounding WordPress 4.9.6. We send a shout out to Alex Mills, get an update on John’s stolen goats, and rant about lawn care power equipment.

Stories Discussed:

Google Analytics Dashboard for WordPress (GADWP) is Now ExactMetrics
Warning: WordPress 4.9.6 Really is a Major Update
Rebuilding the WordPress Edit Screen
Medium’s latest pivot leaves some independent media in the lurch
Vision Update: Better Than Expected But Serious Damage Was Done

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While editing this episode, I noticed that my voice routinely goes from quiet to loud. I’m not sure why this is and suspect it has something to do with Windows 10. I apologize for the audio quality and will try to have it fixed by next week’s show. In this episode, John James Jacoby and I discuss the recent acquisition of the Google Analytics Dashboard for WordPress plugin, rebuilding the WordPress edit screen, and an in-depth conversation on the concerns expressed surrounding WordPress 4.9.6. We send a shout out to Alex Mills, get an update on John’s stolen goats, and…

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