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Weekly watercooler discussions about WordPress and business.

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EP382 – WordPress plugin updates, changes and abandonment

This week we're discussing what site owners should do when managing WordPress plugin updates, changes to a plugin, and what about plugin abandonment from the developer?

January 29, 2021
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