Major changes introduced in CAOS and CAOS Pro

Major Changes introduced in CAOS v4.2.0 and CAOS Pro v2 (formerly known as Super Stealth Upgrade)

With time comes change. And sometimes change means growth. Sometimes growth means making tough decisions, such as changing the name of your first premium WordPress baby plugin. Here’s a detailed line-up of all major changes introduced in CAOS v4.2.0 and CAOS Pro v2.0.0 (formerly known as Super Stealth Upgrade) which is scheduled for release on January 15th.

Ensure Text Remains Visible During Webfont Load WordPress

How to Ensure Text Remains Visible during Webfont load in WordPress

Ensure text remains visible during webfont load. When optimizing your WordPress site for Google PageSpeed Insights you will probably come across this optimization suggestion if you use Google Fonts or any other type of Webfonts.

The language Google chooses to describe its optimization suggestions (or anything, really) can be confusing. That’s why I thought it’d be a good idea to zoom in on what it means to ensure that text remains visible during webfont load and how to fix it.

Screw Black Friday! It’s (a Slightly Greyer Shade of) Black November over at

The holidays are coming and lines are already forming outside my webstore for Black Friday. People are putting down sleeping mats and pitching tents outside — no, not like that you perve.

In order to prevent riots I figured it’d be best to spread out the madness throughout the entire month and turn Black Friday into a slightly greyer shade of Black — November!

Major Changes introduced in OMGF v4.5

I’ll get straight to the point: as of OMGF v4.5 some features will be removed from the free version in favor of superior and more flexible features in OMGF Pro.

This post is to timely inform you of these changes, so you can adjust your strategy accordingly.

If this news pisses you off, let me start off by saying: I get you and I got you. Just stay calm and read this post to the end. Then decide your next move.

How to Deal with Nulled Plugins in 1 step or; how to beat GPL Marketplaces at their own game

Nulled plugins; you can either fear it, or you can take it as a compliment. About 2 months ago I found out my WordPress plugins were nulled by so-called GPL websites i.e. “the black market”! I wasn’t surprised, so I thought of an original approach to deal with this. Curious yet!?

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