We released Meta Box AIO two years ago with a single purpose: help you to install Meta Box extensions easier without bloating your plugin list. Until today, the plugin included only premium extensions. That means you still need to install the free extensions from .org separately. Well, it’s not very convenient and sometimes confusing. But it’s changed with version 1.7.0 which has just been released today. From now on, you are able to enable free extensions in the plugin settings page, just like premium extensions.
Beaver Themer has an amazing feature called Conditional Logic which allows you to control the visibility of rows, columns and modules on the front end based on some conditions. For example, you can hide a row for hero area if a post doesn’t have featured image. With the new version of Meta Box – Beaver Themer Integrator, you’re now able to show or hide rows, columns or modules when a Meta Box’s field has a specific value.
WordPress is currently the most popular and widely used blogging platform. It is being used by millions of people around the globe. Because of this reason, hackers and spammers are also taking keen interest in breaking the security of the blogs. That’s why it’s important to think about security in advance. A reliable hosting service is the first thing you should ensure for your site. As an additional layer of protection, consider the following security plugins we’re rolled out for you. The list contains some of the top security plugins that are being used by users of WordPress to keep their site secure.
Yoast SEO plugin allows you to set dynamic variables for its meta tags, such as
%%title%% for post title or
%%excerpt%% for post excerpt. If you’re an advanced WordPress users, who use custom fields to storing data or custom content, you might want to add these custom fields to Yoast SEO meta tags. How to do that with normal custom fields and Meta Box custom fields?
Happy New Year from Meta Box team!
Another year has passed and we are so grateful and excited to confidently tell you that we have been growing a lot since 2017. Hope you all had a remarkable year of 2018 as well and now join us to take a look at what we have achieved so far.
How to speed up WordPress using Redis cache is such a simple thing. Redis is an in-memory database which can be used as a data store or cache. Redis presents itself as an ideal solution to speeding up WordPress and any other software which supports Redis cache. In this article, we’re going to show you how to set up a WordPress caching with Redis on a Linux VPS.
WordPress 5.0 has just been released, however, not everyone loves the new block editor – Gutenberg. This article will guide you how to simply disable Gutenberg with just one line of code, no plugins needed.
2018 is coming to an end! We are so thankful for all of you who have supported us through this year. How were your projects in 2018? Have you had any difficulties working with custom field? If so, keep reading and we will give you some useful suggestions. Plus, we’d love to announce we have some Christmas gifts for you. Stay tuned!
Website load speed is among critical issues we should pay attention to if we own a website. It affects not only user experience on your site but also SEO rankings. In this article, I’m going to show you how to use Jetpack – a free plugin to speed up your website.