Supercharge your WordPress site with powerful features previously only available to WordPress.com users.
|Author:||Automattic (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||5.0|
|WordPress version tested:||5.2|
|Added to WordPress repository:||20-01-2011|
|Total downloads:||124 143 899|
|Active installs:||5 000 000+|
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Keep hackers out with brute force attack protection, malware scanning, spam filtering, and downtime monitoring. Secure your site data with on-demand backups and restores.
Load pages faster, and serve your images and static files from our massive global content delivery network.
Customize your website with professionally-designed WordPress themes, blocks, and widgets.
Promote your newest posts, pages, and products across your social media channels.
Is Jetpack free?
Yes! Jetpack’s core features are and always will be free.
Should I purchase a paid plan?
Jetpack’s paid services include real-time backups, security scanning, premium themes, spam filtering, video hosting, site monetization, SEO tools, search, priority support, and more.
To learn more about the essential security and WordPress services we provide, visit our plan comparison page.
Why do I need a WordPress.com account?
Since Jetpack and its services are provided and hosted by WordPress.com, a WordPress.com account is required for Jetpack to function.
I already have a WordPress account, but Jetpack isn’t working. What’s going on?
A WordPress.com account is different from the account you use to log into your self-hosted WordPress. If you can log into WordPress.com, then you already have a WordPress.com account. If you can’t, you can easily create one during installation.
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How do I contribute to Jetpack?
- Release date: May 14, 2019
- Release post: https://wp.me/p1moTy-jgO
- Admin Experience: Correct underline location under a dollar sign.
- Deprecated Hooks: Do not offer a replacement for jetpack_json_manage_api_enabled since there isn’t an equal replacement.
- Debugger: Clarify labels in the Site Health Info section.
- Likes and Sharing: Remove duplicate control in the block editor for Likes/Sharing. We added a native block editor plugin, but left the old fallback.
- WordPress.com Editor: Redirect to a login page when logging out from the block editor on WordPress.com.
- WordPress.com Toolbar: Add menu icon for smaller screen widths to restore wp-admin navigation menu.
- Release date: May 07, 2019
- Release post: https://wp.me/p1moTy-ipR
* We streamlined the default features of Jetpack to make the “out of the box” experience better.
* WordPress 5.2 will add a new Site Health section to your dashboard. Jetpack already integrates with it, letting you know that your Jetpack features are working!
- Admin Experience: Improve our “just in time messages” and “Recommended Features” for new sites setting up Jetpack for the first time.
- Admin Experience: Add an “About Jetpack” page to let folks know more about Automattic, the company behind WordPress.com and Jetpack.
- Admin Experience: Add a link to the full list of Jetpack features in the footer of Jetpack dashboard pages.
- Backups: Add SSH CLI command for hosting integration support.
- Block Editor: Compose posts with the Block Editor posts via WordPress.com for their Jetpack sites!
- Block Editor: Transform core images to Tiled Galleries or Slideshow blocks and back!
- Block Editor: Provide an option to disable particular extensions.
- Contact Form: Add a “grunion_after_message_sent” hook for after a form submission is e-mailed. Thanks Tim Nolte for contributing to Jetpack!
- Contact Form: Do not prefill for administrators on their own sites.
- Grammar and Spelling: Remove from Jetpack. We’ve chekced the spelling alot over the years, but now time to retire.
- Membership Block: Add a new block behind the JETPACK_BETA_BLOCKS constant. Stay tuned!
- Photon: Remove jQuery dependency for photon.js. Same Image CDN awesomeness with less overhead.
- Portfolios: Remove the “Portfolio Items” description that would display on some themes.
- Sharing: Add a “sharing_ajax_action” to to allow other plugins and scripts to render sharing buttons. Thanks Darren Cooney!
- Social Icons: Add Stack Overflow support. Welcome to the Jetpack contributor ranks Muhammad Osama Arshad!
- Sync: Report details on what is queued up to sync on the status endpoint.
- Sync: Improve importer detection so we can better handle cases of imported content.
- Sync: Add an option to disable sync for an entire network.
- Sync: Adds new WP-CLI Jetpack Sync commands: settings, enable, disable, reset.
- Testimonials: Sort by menu order to give site owners more flexibility for display. Thanks Felipe Elia!
- Tiled Galleries: Add improved layout for when images are in the process of uploading.
- Tiled Galleries: Add responsive imaging (srcset) support to the Tiled Gallery block.
- WordAds: Add location id (e.g. under the post) to the ad calls.
- WordPress.com API: Add behind the scene improvements to support the WordPress.com site management experience.
- WordPress.com API: Add the public property to the Post Types endpoint response.
- WordPress.com Menu Bar: Redesign to direct navigation items to WordPress.com instead of duplicating experiences.
- Blocks: Use the Editor’s “BlockIcon” for native placeholder icons instead of custom CSS.
- Blocks: Drop i18n wrapper, use @wordpress/i18n directly. This means it will be easier and faster to provide translated bits of text.
- Blocks: Move block development to the Jetpack repo. You shouldn’t see any changes, but this helps us make Jetpack Blocks better faster.
- Block Editor: Improve the experience of using the Block Editor via the WordPress.com dashboard.
- Browser Compatibility: Remove legacy code for Internet Explorer 10.
- Coding Standards: Update our code to match the latest WordPress coding standards in various places.
- Likes and Sharing: Add Likes and Sharing settings as a Block Editor extension.
- Related Posts: Improve the internationalization of the “in X category” text.
- Simple Payments: Easily convert old shortcode-style Simple Payment buttons to a block.
- Admin Dashboard: Improve headings when searching for Jetpack features.
- Admin Dashboard: Remove legacy views no longer used in Jetpack.
- Blocks: Fix some design oddities in Form and Contact Info blocks.
- Carousel: Allow any title to be displayed. We used to try to be smart about default file names, but that caused some problems.
- Development Mode: Display fewer sections of the Admin Dashboard. Some simply don’t apply in Development Mode.
- Google Plus: Remove from Social Icons and Sharing since the service has retired.
- Internationalization: Translate various sections missed, such as “just in time messages” and block search keywords.
- Manage: Remove Manage as an independent module. These features have been fully integrated for a few versions now.
- Multisite: Restore ability to connect subsites via the Network Admin.
- Open Graph Tags: Prevent a PHP notice on some author pages.
- Sharing: Improve accessibility of sharing buttons by increasing contrast ratio. Props https://titan.as
- Sharing: Fix the alignment of the official buttons for LinkedIn and Pinterest.
- Shortcodes: Retire the Google Video, Jetpack Subscribe, and Digg shortcodes.
- Slideshow: Add slideshow images to Open Graph tags when using the Slideshow block.
- Social Icons: Remove Google+, uses the generic Google now.
- Subscriptions: Correct conflicts that were possible with the checkboxes after a comment submission form.
- Theme Tools: Ensure Featured Content tag is retained on a post after saving. Thanks Anis Ladram, you’re a Jetpack contributor now!
- Uninstalling Jetpack: Prevent notice about JETPACK__PLUGIN_DIR already being defined when programmatically uninstalling Jetpack. (But why would you uninstall?)
- Widgets: Remove the Cookies & Consents Banner (not just hide it) after consenting. Thanks Tony Tettinger!