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  3. State of the Word is an annual keynote address delivered by the project co-founder, Matt Mullenweg. This year’s keynote will be streamed on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter on Thursday, Dec 17th, 2020 at 1600 UTC. Have a question? A Question and Answer period with pre-recorded videos will follow State of the Word. To take part, record a video of you asking your question to Matt on your computer or phone (landscape format, please). Don’t forget to include your name and how you use WordPress! Try to keep your video to under a minute so Matt can answer as many questions as possible. To submit your question, upload it as an unlisted video (YouTube works great for this) and send a link to [email protected] New to State of the Word? If this is your first time hearing of this talk, you’re in luck! Check out previous recordings below. State of the Word 2019 – WordCamp US, St. Louis State of the Word 2018 – WordCamp US, Nashville All recordings View the full article
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  4. I would recommend using smtp as it’s more reliable. Regarding phpmail I would ask your host about it as it’s possible they can have this feature disabled if it’s a cheap host.
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  7. Hi, This is with phpmail , when I'm using smtp look like it send mail, but I would like to fix the php sending method
  8. Hi please check if your server meets the requirements to run IPS. This could be your issue
  9. Its defiantly possible but there have been some members who have gotten there license suspended for using nulled apps on a legit install of IPS. It wont happen instantly but IPS team is getting stricter (as seen with the 4.5 update where 99% of apps now have to be installed via the marketplace built into your website). Its really up to you but there is a higher risk of getting your license suspended and banned from the IPS website.
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  11. Hi you need to give more information. Are you using phpmail or smtp?
  12. Hello everyone I have tried installing Cometchat so many times and miserable failed. Perhaps i do not understand the correct procedure or it really need an expert help. If any how someone ready to help me is really appreciated.
  13. Yes, in theory. No, in practicality. Better off using a fully-nulled installation or retail only.
  14. Being in a dreadful need of on-time work in physics the only place I had found to agree to get over it was research paper services service. To my biggest luck, it turned out to be a great decision! The calculations were correct, and the summary page had all the required material. I am ecstatic of the comments I get on my project. Awesome!
  15. Hi everyone! Quick question. Would it be possible to have a mixed installation, with a licensed core and nulled apps? Thanks!
  16. that depends on what you are using some of them mite come up out of date and throw your themes off!!! i would disable all of your plugins and than update your ip then enable one at a time
  17. November 2020 saw several updates to the WordPress 5.6 release. Read on to follow all the latest news from the WordPress world! WordPress 5.6 updates The Core team released WordPress 5.6 Beta 3 on Nov. 2, Beta 4 on Nov. 12, release candidate 1 on Nov. 17, and release candidate 2 on Dec. 1. You can test the Beta versions and the release candidates by downloading them from WordPress.org or by using the WordPress Beta Tester plugin. Check out the WordPress 5.6 field guide to understand the features of WordPress 5.6 and learn how you can incorporate them into your websites. WordPress 5.6 will be out by Dec. 9, 2020. But our work is never done: You can submit feature suggestions for WordPress 5.7 by Dec. 15. Want to contribute to upcoming WordPress releases? Join the WordPress Core dev chats on Wednesdays at 5 a.m. and 8 p.m. UTC in the #core channel on the Make WordPress Slack, and catch up with recaps on the Core team blog. If you would like to help with WordPress 5.6 outreach, contact the WordPress Marketing team on the #marketing channel. Gutenberg 9.3 and 9.4 are out Contributor teams released Gutenberg Version 9.3 on Nov. 4 and Version 9.4 on Nov. 18. Both versions include several improvements to Full Site Editing (FSE) flows, in addition to bug fixes and feature upgrades. Version 9.3 is the first release that isn’t included entirely in WordPress 5.6; the version automatically enables FSE experiments when a block-based theme is active. Version 9.4 introduces some new features like percentage width for button blocks, block variation transformations, social icon support, and font size support for the list block. You can find out more about the Gutenberg roadmap in the What’s next in Gutenberg blog post. Want to get involved in building Gutenberg? Follow the Core team blog, contribute to Gutenberg on GitHub, and join the #core-editor channel in the Making WordPress Slack group. Learn WordPress updates WordPress contributor teams are all set to launch Learn WordPress in December. Community members can now watch video workshops to learn about various WordPress topics, participate in discussion groups, and use lesson plans for organizing their own workshops. Contributor teams have launched quizzes and are also working on setting standards for workshops. Want to contribute to Learn WordPress? You can now submit a workshop application (submissions in languages other than English are welcome!), apply to become a discussion group leader, organize discussions for your local WordPress meetup group, or help fix issues with existing lesson plans. WordPress 5.6 Translations and Polyglots survey WordPress 5.6 is ready to be translated and is now at hard string freeze. If you would like to contribute, check out these instructions and ensure that your locale is ready for an automated release. The Polyglots team has also kicked off its translator research survey. Please participate in the survey, share the survey link with members of your locale, and help amplify the Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn posts about it. Want to help WordPress speak your language? Follow the Polyglots team blog and join the #polyglots channel in the Making WordPress Slack group. Further Reading: PHP 8 is out, and WordPress 5.6 aims to be fully compatible with the latest PHP version. Contributor teams have kicked off an ongoing discussion on starter content for WordPress themes. Starter content for the Twenty Twenty One, Twenty Twenty, and Twenty Seventeen themes are now available. The Accessibility team is testing a tool to generate the structure of an accessibility statement for WordPress websites based on W3C standards, and it is requesting feedback from the community. The WordPress Foundation has published a report on Open Source workshops that were held online in 2020, based on the Learn WordPress platform. The Docs team is actively following up on a proposal to restructure the Gutenberg developer documentation. The Community team is back with Tuesday Trainings. The team is also inviting suggestions on team goals for 2021 with a deadline of Dec. 14. The Support team is making changes to the forum page to improve discoverability. Two online WordCamps took place in November: WordCamp Finland Online and WordCamp Mexico Online. You can find Livestream recaps of the events on their websites. Videos will soon be available on WordPress.tv as well. The Themes team made some changes to WordPress theme requirements. These include removing updated CSS guidelines and a proposed plan to make WordPress themes accessibility-ready. The team is also requesting feedback on the resolution process for issues found in live themes. WordPress 5.6 will feature a major jQuery change, with the bundled jQuery version being updated to Version 3.5.1 and jQuery Migrate being updated to Version 3.3.2. The Diversity speaker training group of the Community team is requesting feedback on reimagining their work. Please share your feedback as comments on the post by Dec. 18. Have a story that we should include in the next “Month in WordPress” post? Please submit it here. View the full article
  18. The second release candidate for WordPress 5.6 is here! WordPress 5.6 is slated for release on December 8, 2020, and we need your help to get there—if you haven’t tried 5.6 yet, now is the time! You can test WordPress 5.6 release candidate 2 in two ways: Try the WordPress Beta Tester plugin (choose the “bleeding edge nightlies” option). Or download the release candidate here (zip). Thank you to all of the contributors who tested the Beta releases and gave feedback. Testing for bugs is a critical part of polishing every release and a great way to contribute to WordPress. Plugin and Theme Developers Please test your plugins and themes against WordPress 5.6 and update the Tested up to version in the readme file to 5.6. If you find compatibility problems, please be sure to post to the support forums. That way, those can be figured out before the final release. For a more detailed breakdown of the changes included in WordPress 5.6, check out the WordPress 5.6 beta 1 post. The WordPress 5.6 Field Guide is also out! It’s your source for details on all the major changes. How to Help Do you speak a language other than English? Help translate WordPress into more than 100 languages! Think you found a bug? Post it to the Alpha/Beta area in the support forums. We would love to hear from you! If you’re comfortable writing a reproducible bug report you can file one on WordPress Trac. Don’t forget to check the list of known bugs! View the full article
  19. Will a lot of plugins and applications stop working when upgrading? I'm using quite a few plugins and applications mainly downloaded from webflake
  20. Hi, anyone know what does this error mean? and maybe a way to fix it? thanks
  21. hello, i tried everything installing stndalone. error comes Please check if CometChat is installed in the correct directory.The 'cometchat' folder should be placed at /cometchat, if anyhow you can help me using temviewer? so annoying tried many solutions. help please.
  22. XenForo 2.2.2 Released​Maintenance time! XenForo 2.2.2 has hatched, fledged and is ready to fly the nest directly to your community via one-click upgrade. In addition to the changes listed below, 2.2.2 has some invisible changes to improve performance, stability and compatibility with the newly released PHP 8, which we look forward to supporting fully in future. All licensed customers may download new XenForo... Read more View the full article
  23. Hi All, Could you please anyone help me on how to activate or get the plugin for Read that topic popup in 4.4.10. Regards, Dongly007
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