WordPress plugin for speed, vitals, security, analytics, caching, modern browsers. Consolidate the features of many plugins, and add features that make sense.
- Free Trial Premium Version with many features.
- Ask a question on our support forum.
- View detailed documentation.
- View detailed changelog.
- Watch the Video Series.
- Drop our the zip file into the /wp-content/plugins/ folder.
- Navigate to the Dev.Land dashboard and start enabling features.
How does Page Cache work?
Enable this app for better page caching. Caching (stored for 30 days), cleared via CRON after 30 days for server optimazation. Cached files autoupdating as changes are published. Generate posts and page into cached files from the database. Cached Pages get a HTTP header and HTML comment.
How does Emoji Disable work?
Removal of WordPress Emoji library, in performance tests this shows to slow down websites, not everyone uses comments so the emoji library should be optional.
Will this work with my existing plugins?
Yes, it should as you can easily enable or disable certain features from the dashboard.
Can I alter the code in the plugin?
To provide the best support to all users and to have synchronized changes to mirror WordPress updates our suggestion is to not alter our code. However we do offer professional services to build custom WordPress integrations and features, please contact us here.
What version of PHP do I need?
Ideally PHP 7.0+, but our software is built with WordPress hooks so as long as your site runs WordPress 6.0+ it should be supported.
Where can I learn about a proper installation?
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Contributors & Developers
“DEV.LAND” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
Added native language support for Polish, Norwegian, Swedish, Bulgarian, English (UK), Greek, and Chinese (China).
Added native language support for Italian, Danish, Spanish(Spain), Portuguese (Brazil), German (formal), Malay, French (France), French (Canada), Dutch (Belgium), and Japanese. This is a minor upgrade where you will loose saved settings. Upon switching languages there is a button to fix language settings stuck in a certain language via ‘App Settings’.
Code cleanup, for better performance. Updates for new WordPress Core.
Tested with WordPress 6.4+, updates to our license api (PHP 8.2 changes). Changing minimum PHP support to 7.4 as WordPress makes that a requirement.
AVIF requirement specifics with PHP extensions updated.
WordPress software fixes, and security updates.
Firewall management setting bug fix.
Duplicate firewall entries are not allowed, bug fix to analytics package.
Enhanced Firewall, Real-Time Analytics reporting suite, and plugin hidden options.
Email function wp_mail() wait till initialized fix.
Bug fix for bot detection, fix to data capture.
Option to force all .webp images, under webp installation, merge speed resort issue solved, bug with admin panel forcing other plugin scripts over panel fixed, moved the dev.land panel to the main menu on the left also adding the menu to the top of page.
Bug fix, for email alerts.
Warning fix for WebP extension (6.3 issue), Tested with WordPress 6.3. Script resource bug fix, on loading in resources, updated license api.
Adding header ‘X-Cache-Enabled’ so WordPress heartbeat detects page caching. See more here: https://webtechsurvey.com/response-header/x-cache-enabled, change min php version to 7.0.0 per WordPress 6.3 core guidelines.
Subfolder installation bug in the dashboard fix, admin messages fix on dashboard, WebP app will only redirect old images not webp uploaded images if you are uploading in .webp format, bug fix on login mover for Google Bot crawling.
Admin Bug fix for Merge Speed.
Added more sanitization for WordPress security.
Bug fix for admin screen as ‘Merge Speed’ was changing scripts in admin panel.
Fixes for security of our Plugin, and further user preferences for Merge Speed.
Compliance fixes for WordPress, License SDK updates, and security fixes.
Changes to preloading app as it focuses more on images and resources for each page.
New Features in version 3.0.0 include: Merge Speed, Cache Policy, Preload Image Above Fold, and Enhanced Loading.
Please read the documentation to learn about all these new features.
Fix to ‘Page Cache’ for WordPress Block themes, as the bug appeared to be loading in the wp_footer(); incorrectly due to inheritance with Block themes.
Minor update WordPress ‘Page Cache’ Block themes changes, as we are trying to support various implementations.
Major release, fixes for page caching supporting older classic sites better, WebP will now ignore third party images, Login Mover has a field you can set for your new hidden login path for your website, Script Resources has jQuery support with inline scripts, and if you have jquery.js or jquery.min.js in your /js/ folder it will get included first with the combined.min.js file. We also added a new app called “Content Security Policy” which will allow your site to be more secure in the browser. Loose will get your better test scores, Strict will disable iframe, and object tags be careful as sometimes analytics will use iframe so please test first, and Locked Down mode will disable inline styles and scripts, and third party resources. We also had feedback regarding Motion sickness so our App Settings button you can change to light or dark mode, and Motion toggling. This was a major release so you will have to re-enable all app settings and setup site preferences.
Licensing API update, improvement to the dashboard experience as we change the clearing buttons, and make the dashboard extend the entire width of the browser space available. We also now have for paid users a few helpful links on how to get started if you are looking for documentation, videos, and blog updates.
Reduced the size of the Dev.Land install files from 25mb to 6.5mb the main reason here is WordPress has a hard limit by default of 10mb upload which will kick back and force you to change install settings.
Updates to Dev.Land page cache, we solved a header issue while working with some of the default templates like 2023, 2022, and 2021. We also test with some of the most popular themes for WordPress.
Updates to Dev.Land backend resource loading in strict mime type environments. All new page cache method rewritten from the ground up, as WordPress 6.2 and new themes has created much more complex way up updating cache and maintaining templates and dynamic blocks.
Updates to uninstalling the SrcSet app. Changes to the header name for page cache detection.
Updates to licensing API bug, Compatibility with WordPress 6.2, Removed nagging admin message.
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