Release date: November 9th, 2018
- We now host the plugin, instead of WordPress.org.
- Support for our new and improved API services has been added.
- The plugin now works flawlessly on PHP 7.3.
- Local at version 1.1.1
- Focus at version 1.1.1
- Articles at version 1.3.1
- Honeypot at version 1.1.2
- Origin Fix at version 1.1.0
- Added: The plugin now supports PHP 7.3.
- Added: This plugin can now handle license upgrades and downgrades. It’s just that our shop can’t without handing over a new key, yet.
- Added: Various constants that allow you to easily manage multisite networks and customer websites.
- Improved: When a plugin class stops for any reason, the plugin creates fallback-aliases to prevent crashing.
- Improved: A deactivation from a connected state now brings you back to the Free tier, without losing your extension activation data.
- Reconnect to reactivate the made-unavailable extensions automatically.
- Privacy-sensitive extensions, like Monitor, might require you to revalidate.
- Removed: Integrated fonts for pixel recognition tests. It was planned to be integrated for PHP-style pixel calculations but was aborted for performance reasons.
- Removed: More legacy browser support. Stop using IE11.
- Fixed: The human time is now correctly told in certain circumstances.
- Added: We integrated our own updating services.
- Added: The plugin now connects to our new (v2.0) API services.
- Added: The interface now updates you (in irregular intervals) on the remaining API requests for the month.
- Added: We added a new “Essentials” extension tier. These extensions don’t require our API actively but give powerful SEO improvements regardless.
- Added: Enterprise subscriptions are now supported.
- Added: Essentials subscriptions are now supported.
- Added: Support for enumerating API requests has been added.
- Changed: All old subscriptions have been upgraded to the new model.
- 1+ site subscriptions now get 5,000 API requests/month and are considered Premium.
- 10+ site subscriptions now get 25,000 API requests/month and are considered Enterprise.
- 50+ site subscriptions now get 50,000 API requests/month and are considered Enterprise.
- 200+ site subscriptions now get 100,000 API requests/month and are considered Enterprise.