New people, new ideas, new plugins. But the same old concept of plugins that just work! After a brief hibernation period, Tidy Repo is back in business with reviews you can trust and rely on.
Abandoned plugins are often incompatible with the latest versions of WordPress and can cause numerous problems. Learn how to spot them and find better alternatives.
As I hope you've noticed, we launched a new version of Tidy Repo this week. With a new design, more focused reviews, a newsletter, and exclusive deals on plugins, there's a lot more going on.
We're making changes to Tidy Repo. and we'd like your help in figuring out what our new direction might be. If you have a few seconds, check this out.
At the moment, It is hard for front-end developers to keep an eye on performance when WordPress plugins each load in a separate CSS and JS file. But there is a solution I think could work.
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Tidy Repo welcome's Jack McConnell to the site, who will be helping write new reviews, test new plugins, and add new features. Lots of updates coming soon!