Today we released EmbedPress 1.4 on WordPress.org.
EmbedPress 1.4 will allow you to integrate add-ons, in order to have more control of your embeds.
We will launch our first EmbedPress add-on very soon. Continue reading “EmbedPress 1.4 is Here, and Ready to Support Add-ons”
One of the most important factors in your site’s speed is image size. Slow images can slow your site down, and they really won’t make your site look any better.
In this video, you’ll learn how to optimize the file size of your images using WordPress only (avoiding external software such as Photoshop).
Continue reading “How to Optimize Your WordPress Images for Speed”
Today we released EmbedPress 1.3.0 on WordPress.org.
This is the first version of EmbedPress that we are truly happy with. Version 1.0 was the initial release on WordPress.org, and versions 1.1 and 1.2 were bug-squashes.
Now, with 1.3, EmbedPress is truly ready for everyone to use. Continue reading “EmbedPress 1.3 is Available and Ready for Everyone”
Today we released EmbedPress 1.2.0 on WordPress.org.
One major change is that EmbedPress looks a lot better in the WordPress admin area. Here’s how your embeds will appear as they load:
1.2.0 also features a lot of code clean-up, and it impacts several different embed sources:
- We fixed bugs with PollDaddy, Vine, Twitter Collection, Twitter Moments, SmugMug, Slideshare, Infogram, and MobyPicture embeds.
- We dropped support for IFTTT because their embeds are convoluted. We hope to add them back later.
PublishPress is the WordPress cousin to Joomlashack, which has been around for 11 years now.
WordPress supports around 35 media sources.
The EmbedPress plugin adds support for over 40 more, including popular sources for social media, maps, video, audio, charts and documents.
The long-term goal of EmbedPress is to allow you to embed ANYTHING in WordPress with just a URL.
We’re starting with Facebook, Google Maps, Google Docs and many others.