WP-Members stores all of its registration field names and some of the user dialogs in the WordPress database. If you are installing localized translation files for WP-Members on a WordPress installation where you have already activated the WP-Members plugin, you will likely find that the translated fields names do not load into the database.
One common question I often hear regarding WordPress email configuration is, “How do I change the email address from [email protected]?” I suspect that most people are unaware that WordPress has its own function for sending email and that it has a default address that it sends from. If they are aware, most users opt for […]
Although the intended June 30 release date for WordPress 3.2 came and went, the WP-Members plugin is ready. If you are using the most recent version of WP-Members (v 2.5.4), you will be ready to upgrade.
How would you like a cool little “edit post” link like the one above for your theme.
WP-Members touched the top 100 WordPress plugins and is currently hovering around #125. That is generating a lot of traffic and downloads; and as a result, a lot of support requests. I am trying to keep up with support as much as I can, so please be patient. Also, please be specific and exact so […]
WP-Members has made it into the top 100 WordPress plugins (barely). That is generating a lot of traffic and downloads; and as a result, a lot of support requests. I am trying to keep up with support as much as I can, so please be patient. Also, please be specific and exact so I know […]
A few years ago, I wrote an article on securing your WP blog by deleting the original admin account. The default “admin” allowed an easier way for hackers to find a way in to your blog and wreak havoc. During that time, there were also a number of other vulnerabilities in the WP core.
An astute user pointed out to me this morning that there is a bug in WP-Members 2.5.3 (Thanks Tom!!) When a new user registers, a random password is emailed to that user. The password being sent is invalid.
With a name like “Jetpack,” who could resist trying out this plugin package? And what could be better than FREE? Jetpack by WordPress.com is a set of free plugins from Automattic. The nice thing about Jetpack is that it is a set of some of the most popular plugin types, including stats, twitter feed, and […]
Design is important to a blog. Most specifically, font choices. If content is king, then making it easy to read is critical. So what is better, serif or sans serif? Well, Alex Poole attempts to answer this question