Latest News from WPStudio

Danger Zone Weekend Coming October 20-21, 2017

I’m excited to announce a special (and free) event here at taking place on October 20-21, 2017. The inaugural WordPress Danger Zone event will take place over the course of five live webinar sessions. You can signup for the event below.

What do you do when something goes horribly wrong with your WordPress site? Can you prevent disasters from striking WordPress? How do you recover when everything goes wrong on your client’s WordPress websites? All of these questions and more will be answered during the WordPress Danger Zone weekend starting on October 20th. It can be frustrating and be aggravating when you start seeing your WordPress sites swerving into the danger zone. Join the WPStudio community for this free WordPress training weekend.

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Code Studio (v1.1.3) released with a re-designed conditional logic meta box.

Update Posted on : August 6, 2017

Voce Theme (v1.9.9) updated with new filters along with additional code comments to help those wanting to override core theme functions.

Update Posted on : August 4, 2017

WordPress 4.8.1 Released

WordPress 4.8.1 was released today and contains 29 maintenance fixes and enhancements. The biggest feature most people will notice is the fixes to the Rich Text Widget (visual editor) and the introduction to a pure HTML Widget that will handle HTML in the widget and users won’t have to worry about the Visual/Text tab switching back-and-forth and losing any custom formatting.

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Booking Benjamin is a Thing

For years I have been asked if I offered the opportunity to hire/book me for projects, personal one-on-one training, and more. I’m happy to say that today begins this opportunity.

I have now provided several ways to reserve a dedicated time slot for you and/or your business.

  • Book Benjamin for one-on-one training that deals with a WordPress theme, plugin, code solution, or some other technology you are interested in learning more deeply.
  • Book Benjamin for a consulting session to process through your business ideas or to help refine your closing ability with clients.
  • Book Benjamin for an honest evaluation when choosing between two plugin solutions or what direction you should pursue with your client project.
  • Book Benjamin to help you solve a bug with a website or to find a custom solution to enhance a client’s website.

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Require a specific password length

Many of the leading WordPress security plugins have the ability to force/require strong passwords for users. But one of the requests I’ve received from people is if there is a way to require passwords to be of a certain length. It seems that some users who work with clients are finding that some clients will reset a password to something “easier to remember” but not entirely secure, or the developer is trying to enforce a specific “password policy” and one of the aspects of a policy specifies a certain number of characters.

How to Set a Password Length Requirement

Setting a password length requirement is fairly easy since WordPress already provides a hook that occurs before a password is actually reset.  The hook is validate_password_reset, and it allows developers to verify aspects of the user entered password before passing it through the password reset function.

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