Any WordPress website that allows comments or implements forum (bbPress or something else) attracts comment spam. If you ever wondered how comment spam finds your website, this is a good place to start.
First major revision of GD Products Center Pro is here, bringing many new features (modules, new widget, new property fields), many improvements (comparison changes, updated libraries) and bugs fixed (rewrite rules, archive URL’s, exporting data, several visual problems).
Brand new, GD Custom Posts And Taxonomies Tools Pro 3.7 is here, last major release before moving to version 4.0 later this year. And it brings many new and interesting features: expansion modules support, widgets improvements, Google Maps custom field and few more things.
New GD Custom Posts And Taxonomies Tools Pro 3.6.5 brings basic integration with upcoming rating plugin GD Star Rating 2.0, filters and actions to control saving of custom fields values, improvements to shortcodes, updated gdr2 library and several important bug fixes.
Here is another minor revision for GD Custom Posts And Taxonomies Tools Pro with number of fixes for overriding default post types and taxonomies. Also, plugin now comes with tools that can be used to reset plugin settings and data, cached registration and WordPress rewrite rules.
There are many services to shorten links, including one supported by WordPress, but if you have a great short name domain, best thing to do is to have your own service to shorten links. And to power it, best solution available is YOURLS and its WordPress to Twitter plugin.
With WordPress 3.3 released, here is new GD Custom Posts And Taxonomies Tools Pro with few more bugs fixed, one new feature (debug print functions) and several updates and changes to the rewriting and all fixes and changes from two previous maintenance releases.
New minor revision of GD Custom Posts And Taxonomies Tools is here with few more bug fixes and some improvements for custom fields and custom meta boxes handling. Also, I am pleased to report and now everything in the plugin works as expected with upcoming WordPress 3.2.
There are many free plugins you can use for adding all sorts of forms into your website, but none of them comes even close to the power and flexibility of Gravity Forms. Long list of features, great implementation, extensions and excellent support are worth paying for.
There is no doubt about it, WordPress 3.0 represents significant step forward for WordPress with merging with WPMU adding custom post types and many more minor elements that you will notices as soon as you install it. But I feel that this major releases is rushed.