WordPress 4.1.1 is released – This maintenance release fixes 21 bugs and will auto update. WordPress 4.2 Beta 2 is available for devs.
Jetpack 3.4 is now available and includes BruteProtect – Automatic acquired Parka LLS, makers of BruteProtect a security tool which is now integrated into the Jetpack plugin.
Fancybox plugin hacked, injecting sites with ISIS propaganda – The plugin is currently active on more than 100,000 sites, many are probably not running the latest version, and so if you haven’t taken the message seriously before; keeping your website up-to-date (including plugins) will stop terrorists, kind-of.
Google update to stop Doorway Pages – Google will soon launch a ranking adjustment to better address these type of pages, websites with large and well-established doorway campaigns might see a broad impact from this change. Google is sending a clear message, don’t create doorway pages that are not unique and useful.
Chrome Fully supports Autocomplete – Now, Chrome fully supports the “autocomplete” attribute for form fields according to the current WHATWG HTML Standard. This allows web developers to label input element fields with common data types, such as ‘name’ or ‘street-address’. Google says Webmasters have increased the rate of form completions on their sites by marking up their forms for auto-completion.