Brand new version 3.0 of ArchivesPress is released, and the focus this time is switching blocks format to use block.json and updated blocks registration in line with current WordPress blocks standards.
This week was very productive regarding smaller plugins; many plugins have been updated, both free, and pro. Many small improvements and tweaks are included, some smaller new features and many bugs are fixed.
With Summer entering last month, the development process is ramping up on Dev4Press. With the extensive development in the works, we are starting with the smaller updates for several plugins fixing a few bugs, and making various improvements.
Major update for WordPress, version 6.0 will be released later this month, and it is the right time to revisit all the Free and Lite plugins Dev4Press has on WordPress.org, test them and update for the new WordPress release.
Short after the first plugin version is released, brand new 2.0 version is already here, bringing block editor (Gutenberg) blocks for each of the 3 supported archives indexes and many other improvements and changes.
ArchivesPress is a new and free plugin, available on WordPress.org that implements shortcodes for displaying index lists for WordPress posts archives with a wide range of attributes available to configure each shortcode display.