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Optimizing your blog’s search engine ranking has one clear meaning - improving your website’s performance to drive traffic from Google, Bing and other search engines. Yet at the same time, it means many things all at once.
SEO means analyzing search engine performance. It means finding and fixing broken links, having a functioning sitemap and filled-in meta data. SEO plugins cannot do this all on their own, but a good companion should make it easy to identify problems. And that is where WP Meta SEO comes in.
The WordPress plugin recently celebrated a new major release. In version 4.0, the focus turned exclusively towards an improved user experience that prioritizes SEO management.
It is tough to imagine how just a year ago, Gutenberg was frowned upon - a needless plugin, riddled with bugs. Two weeks from now, WordPress sees its much expected major release, while Gutenberg’s incremental changes have done away with the initial worries.
The past month has seen two releases of Gutenberg, WordPress 5.0’s upcoming editor. The plugin itself has seen a major release with version 4.0, although the changes are converging to a single point. The novelties have mostly targeted the rough edges to make the upcoming editor ready for release.
WP Media Folder is one of the most complete plugins that you can find for WordPress when you need to manage all your files, one of the things you can do with this plugin is Embed and manage Videos and PDF in the WordPress Media Manager.
JoomUnited’s free plugin steps in where Gutenberg leaves off with new blocks. Untethered from WordPress’ release schedule, the addon has been churning out new blocks to enrich your users’ experience on your blog. Version 1.7 of the plugin brings two new blocks to your growing repertoire.
Wordpress publication planning option are pretty poor, thanks to PublishPress plugin you have many other options such as: a calendar to see all your planned content, personalized notifications to keep your team up to date on what is happening, editorial comments where people who see your articles can leave your feedback, custom statuses to see the content that is in your publishing workflow, you can add metadata to give more information to your team about each post and more.
For better or for worse, Gutenberg is set to accompany the major release of WordPress, replacing the existing editor. If change does not sound too appealing, the Classic Editor has been re-created as a plugin. Notwithstanding the feeling of nostalgia, Gutenberg has seen incremental updates that deserve a chance.
It has not happened to you that you have problems when looking for your files in your File manager? Well, WP Media Folder will make your life easier :).
With WP Media Folder you can filter all yours media files using size and weight.
Have you ever tried to send files through FTP in WordPress media /uploads folder? your media won't be found (indexed in WordPress database).
To import a massive amount of images from a server folder in the native WordPress media manager you can now use WP Media folder Import and synchronize feature from the plugin settings.
The design changes of WP Media Folder give a new face to the settings page. All the options are now available in the same page, but organized neatly in various menus. The core structure is essentially very simple.
The main area contains all the settings from the current menu group. Different menus are available in the left side-bar, and some groups are split into further sub-menus for optimal organization. If you are already within a sub-menu, you can also navigate to others in the same group using the tabs at the top of the main area.