In case you missed the update notices and posts about those versions, here’s a quick summary of those changes. ;-)
Here’s why WPSSO Core v4.2.0 is ditching the Gutenberg notification system and moving its notices into the admin toolbar.
The new Gutenberg editor for WordPress v5 may not be ready, but WPSSO Core is now ready for Gutenberg!
Have you noticed that after uploading nice large images to your site, WordPress creates small images that seem a bit fuzzy – nowhere as nice, clean, and sharp as the originals? Here’s a fast and easy way to fix that.
There’s an exciting new cache feature coming in WPSSO Core v3.56.0! More speed for all front-end webpages and back-end editing pages! :)
WordPress supports two different PHP image processing extensions. You can hook a WordPress filter to manage the preferred order of image classes used.
Example WordPress filters to prevent lazy plugin and theme authors from setting “sslverify = false” for their Pro version update checks.
WPSSO Breadcrumbs Markup (aka WPSSO BC) version 1.0.0 for WPSSO Core was released yesterday — get it from the WPSSO website, wordpress.org or GitHub.
WPSSO Core v3.52.0 includes a new “Robots” option in the post edit Publish metabox, includes a new “Person” role for users, and fixes the the image upscale feature.
What some user don’t realize (yet) is that WordPress isn’t meant to be used this way, and by uploading small images, they’re breaking some essential WordPress features.