After months of development to implement new features, improve code structure and integrate with the PublishPress plugin, I’m pleased to announce the launch we’ve been waiting for. PressPermit Pro is now delivered via publishpress.com to members with a PublishPress Business … Continue reading
We’re delighted to announce that Press Permit is joining forces with the team at PublishPress. We’ve been talking about working together since early 2018. Yes, the companies do have very similar names, but there’s more to it than that! Both Press … Continue reading
Press Permit Pro has been updated for Yoast SEO Sitemap integration. Posts which are not universally visible due to restrictive Press Permit exceptions are now excluded from the Yoast sitemap. Both post-specific and category or term-based exceptions are considered. Media … Continue reading
Today’s Press Permit Core update marks official compatibility with WordPress 5.0. See details about Gutenberg compatibility in this FAQ. For further details, see the change log on wordpress.org.
PP Collaborative Editing Pack 2.5.1 fixes an issue with Gutenberg editing by non-Administrators. Save / publish operations required an additional click after failing on the first attempt.
Press Permit Core and all the Pro extension plugins have been updated for PHP 7.2 compatibility. For further details, see the change log on wordpress.org.
Press Permit Core 2.4 is released. It includes WordPress 4.9 compatibility, improvements to the page / term selection UI for editing group permissions, and a number of significant performance improvements. Bug fixes include corrections to REST handling. For details, see … Continue reading
Press Permit Core 2.3.19 includes some minor changes for WordPress 4.8 compatibility.
Press Permit Core and the Pro extensions have been updated for compatibility with WordPress 4.7.x and PHP 7.1
Does your membership site feature private bbPress forums? Would you like an easy way to let visitors see a list of those private forums and click in for a preview? How about displaying the forum statistics and topics, but masking … Continue reading