With our new extension, Cord, you can start gathering useful data from your visitors with Google Analytics. From this information, you can start tailoring your content to the right audience. Cord also brings Facebook pixel, so you can make sure your ads are shown to the right people, drive more sales, and measure the results of your ads.
In this release, we bring you a new extension, called Cord. We also refactored the settings’ form generator, making it easier to work with.
WordPress 5.3 has a bug where the timezone set in PHP is taken into account when creating permalinks. Since this bug can cause canonical URLs with dates to point to a nonexistent page, we’re sending out this patch where TSF sets the timezone to flat UTC for its front-end generation.
The proper fix in WordPress 5.3.1 is due in about three weeks from now, after which we’ll consider reverting these changes.
In this update we work around a bug in WordPress 5.3 for Articles, where canonical URLs may point to a non-existing page.
Google Search has a new bug in their parser, which causes pages to be deindexed unintentionally when a specific combination of robots-settings are used. To work around this bug, we changed how the recently introduced copyright directive settings work.
We also fixed three bugs and added minor improvements.