All 1,000 PublishPress Customers Can Get a Free Penguin

Free Penguin

PublishPress launched in 2017. Today we're pleased to share the news that we've just reached a big milestone: 1,000 active customers!

We decided to celebrate by donating some money to the Philadelphia Zoo and asking their penguins to say “thanks” to everyone:

Seriously, we owe a big “Thanks” to all of you who use PublishPress.

Getting to 1,000 customers isn't easy. Unless you're a huge, viral sensation, it often takes software companies about 3 years to reach 1,000 customers. I found some examples of that in the WordPress world:

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PublishPress Revisions Pro Now Supports Divi Theme Builder

This week's release of PublishPress Revisions Pro provides support for the Divi theme and page builder.

The Revisions plugin is very helpful when you want to copy a WordPress post, edit it, and then publish the update. Divi is one of the most popular page-builders in WordPress, and we've had several requests for this integration.

It's now possible for lower-level users to edit a page with Divi and submit an update for approval.

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How to Delete a WordPress Theme The Right Way

When you visit the “Plugins” and “Themes” section of your WordPress website, what do you see? Just as I suspected, there is a festival going on there – crowded and chaotic!

Don’t feel bad, the best of us tend to let things get a little messy now and then. With the awesome content you are producing, who can blame you for letting this get a little out of hand?

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How to See Your Draft Posts in WordPress

By default, WordPress does not allow you to see a list of your own draft posts.

This can be frustrating if you want to see your work in progress.

The image below shows the filters on top of the “Posts” screen in WordPress. As you can see, there are a lot of available filters. However, you can't use more than one of the top row of filters. You can either click “Mine” or you can click “Draft” … you can't choose both at the same time.

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Role Scoper Plugin Users: Please Move to PublishPress Permissions

The Role Scoper plugin was first released in 2010, but after a decade it is now officially retired.

All the features you saw in the Role Scoper are now available in the PublishPress Permissions plugin.

We've built an automatic update script that will help you move from Role Scoper. If you're using Role Scoper, you will see a banner that encourages you to start the migration process:

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