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Piklist v0.9.9.8 is now available

In October of 2015, we released v0.9.9 of Piklist. Your help in testing lead to seven(7) more releases, ending with v0.9.9.7 at the end of November. We were able to quickly fine-tune Piklist over those 60 days, while you reported issues. In December, Kevin and I decided we needed to finish the unit tests if […]

Piklist is now on HackerOne

We built Piklist from the ground up with security as our top priority. While we’ve taken every effort to consider security and privacy concerns while building this framework, we are aware that all software has bugs. Security in open source projects is a community effort, and we are now inviting the community to help. Today, […]

Piklist is not just for Post Types, Taxonomies and Custom Fields

Piklist has often been compared to some of the more popular plugins available to create Post Types, Taxonomies and Custom Fields. Though Piklist does a great job of this, it also does a whole lot more. Piklist is designed to make EVERYTHING in WordPress easier and better. Here’s a short list of the things you can […]

0.8.0 more features

Optional User Interface Managing your Post Types and Taxonomies just got easier. Way… easier. Piklist v0.8.0 sports a user interface for There are plenty of plugins available that allow you to manage custom Post Types and Taxonomies.  However, there are a few differences between them and the Piklist manager. Piklist was built with the developer […]

Piklist and Gutenberg

With WordPress 5.0 and Gutenberg scheduled for release tomorrow, we wanted to let you know the status of Piklist. We have been working hard on not only making Piklist 100% Gutenberg compatible but doing it the Piklist way: Easy to use, beautiful, powerful and stable. Unfortunately, this version of Piklist will not be ready tomorrow. Though […]

Piklist v0.10 is now available on WordPress.org

Piklist v0.10 is a BIG update for Piklist with tons of enhancements, PHP 7.2 support, and is available on WordPress.org. You can view the full changelog here > Piklist documentation has been updated to reflect the changes in v0.10, including updated Tutorials. You can stay up to date with Piklist development at github.com/piklist/piklist.

Piklist Documentation v3

Since we originally released Piklist in 2012, it has grown in functionality and complexity, and we’ve been trying desperately to explain all the amazing things Piklist can do for you. Our first attempt at documentation was basic and the format couldn’t handle all of Piklist’s features. Our second attempt was honestly a big mess. We […]

Piklist v0.9.9.10 released

Piklist v0.9.9.10 is live on WordPress.org. This version fixes many bugs that have been reported, has been tested with WordPress 4.7.3, and is compatible with PHP 7.1. We are still working on the next major version of Piklist. It’s taking longer than expected, but we guarantee it will be super awesome. Though we don’t feel comfortable […]

Piklist case study: WP Engine

Over the years, Piklist has been used on projects of all shapes with organizations of all sizes. The one thing they all have in common is that they saved time during development when they used this framework. WP Engine has been using Piklist to build internal applications for a while now, and they estimate their […]

Piklist v0.9.9.8 and new Documentation

IMPORTANT: Please make sure you read this post before upgrading. Piklist v0.9.9.8 is now available for download. This version of Piklist is light years ahead of our last public version in terms of stability and security. This version of Piklist also puts us much closer to releasing v1.0. Additionally, we have restructured and updated our […]