Monday, August 7, 2017 is opening itself up to third-party plugins and themes

The popularity of WordPress is in no small part thanks to its customizability. There are tens of thousands of third-party themes and plugins that make the ubiquitous blogging platform vastly more useful. Unfortunately, those who have chosen to host their site on are prevented from using them. But that’s about to change, as Automattic today announced that those with business-tier accounts on can now install third-party themes and plugins built by other WordPress users. That’s huge, as there are some really useful WordPress tools that exist outside of the Automattic ecosystem, like Yoast, Membership, and others. Similarly, it’ll…

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