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GD Press Tools 4.3.4 Pro

New version and new set of security related features. Security panel has the spam tab and controls that will help you control IP addresses used to generate spam that you can’t fight any other way. New templates and more control is added to the maintenance mode.

GD Press Tools 4.2.1 Pro

First minor revision for GD Press Tools 4.2 Pro is here adding several new features, has number of improvements and fixes several bugs. Admin Bar is expended with GD Press Menu and many useful options (including quick backup) beside shortcut links to main plugins panels.

GD Press Tools 3.7.6 Pro

Here is new version of GD Press Tools Pro. There are few spelling errors fixed, and I also replaced some WordPress deprecated functions. There is one new feature that can be used to remove (useless) link tags from the headers of the blog pages.

Dev4Press Network v6

Plugins Home Page Detail

Dev4Press Network is now updated to new v6 version. As the number indicates, this is the 6th version of Dev4Press website since it was launched in 2009. It has a brand new look, better content organization, it is more streamlined and easier to get around.

Plans for GD bbPress Toolbox Pro 4.0

Summer break is over and time has come to start working on the next major version for GD bbPress Toolbox Pro. Version 4.0 will be a big release with a lot of new features, and I am still finilizing the list based on your suggestions and previous plans and discussions.

Plugins performance testing: 2012 / January

This is first basic performance testing for WordPress plugins in 2012, and it will include 30 plugins. They will be tested on how much resources they use to load, and not to tell you if the plugin is good or not. Plugins features and plugin code quality is not the reviewed here.

Planned features for GD Products Center

First stable release for GD Products Center will be released in about a month from now, and the goal is to implement all the planned features that are listed in this post. This is not the final list, and things can change. For development after 1.0.0, many more features are in consideration.

Review of WordPress 3.3

New WordPress is here, and it is first major release in the past 3 years I have mixed feelings about. It has several interesting features for developers, but it doesn’t offer anything that important for most WordPress users, with a small drop in the overall performance on admin side.

WordPress Benchmark: 3.0 vs 3.1 vs 3.2 vs 3.3

WordPress now has 4 versions in 3.x line. With slow adoption rate for previous two major versions, despite great 3.2 release, question is will the new WordPress 3.3 manage to persuade users to upgrade? This benchmark will try to give, at least, partial answer to that.