Supercharge your WordPress site with powerful features previously only available to WordPress.com users.
|Author:||Automattic (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||4.8|
|WordPress version tested:||5.0.3|
|Added to WordPress repository:||20-01-2011|
|Total downloads:||111 308 097|
|Active installs:||5 000 000+|
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Themes: Choose from hundreds of customizable, professional themes.
Performance: Free high-speed content delivery network for your images.
Apps: Update your site from any device with the free WordPress apps.
Analytics: Simple and concise site stats and traffic insights.
Sharing: Connect your site to social networks for automated social sharing.
Revenue: Sell products & take payments with simple payment buttons.
Downtime Monitoring: Get notified if and when your site goes down.
Security: Protection against brute force attacks, spam, and malware. On-demand backups and restores.
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: February 14, 2019
- Release post: https://wp.me/p1moTy-eFX
- Publicize: update LinkedIn connections to use newer API, anticipating changes with LinkedIn’s API v1 on March 1st.
- Publicize: display a message inviting site owners to reconnect their site to their LinkedIn profile.
- Publicize: remove section in Settings > Sharing in the dashboard.
- Tiled Galleries: avoid errors when converting a tiled gallery into a block.
- Security: ensure json_encode()d data safely output to the page.
- Shortlinks: do not show Jetpack Sidebar in the block editor if Shortlinks are not available.
- Sync: avoid errors in WordPress’ code editor, for sites using PHP 7 with
- Release date: February 05, 2019
- Release post: https://wp.me/p1moTy-dqO
- Block Editor: introduce a new Gif block to help you quickly search and add Gif images to your posts.
- Copy Post: this new feature allows you to quickly create a new draft based on a post that’s already published.
- Block editor: update the way we check for available blocks and extensions.
- Connection flow: display a notice upon connection when the site is suspended.
- Contact Form: add more options to customize the look of the submit button.
- Likes / Publicize: in the Jetpack Dashboard, add explanation to clarify the role of the features.
- REST API: add likes and sharing settings to the REST API Post response.
- Sharing: deprecate the Google+ sharing Button.
- Sharing: deprecate the Google+ embed shortcode.
- Shortcodes: rely on WordPress Core to handle SlideShare slideshow embeds.
- Shortcodes: cache the output of the Twitter shortcode.
- Subscriptions: allow more customization of the subscription form’s submit button.
- Sync: improvements to the synchronization of plugin and theme updates.
- Sync: improve performance for sites using PHP 7, with
- Sync: synchronize plugin and theme fatal errors reported by WordPress 5.1.
- Widgets: deprecate the Google+ widgets.
- WordPress.com: allow the display of plugin action links in the WordPress.com plugins’ interface.
- Lazy Images: fix a compatibility issue with themes that overwrite classes on html.
- Contact Form: ensure contact form submissions with long words do not break the site layout, regardless of the theme.
- Publicize: remove the option to connect your site to a Google+ account, in anticipation of the service’s shutdown.
- Admin Page: avoid PHP notices when looking at non-Jetpack admin pages.
- Carousel: fix display issue when viewing images with long captions.
- Carousel: avoid errors when fetching comments in the Carousel modal.
- CSS: fix the behaviour of the CSS concatenation filter.
- Multisite: fix the display of the main connection banner.
- Protect: ensure the Math fallback is displayed when necessary.
- Publicize: avoid Fatal Errors on sites using Development Mode.
- Responsive videos: do not apply for videos that benefit from WordPress’ own Responsive Embeds solution.
- Shortcodes: only load Mailchimp CSS when needed.
- Subscriptions: display subscription options below the comment form, even when you are logged in to your WordPress account.
- WordPress.com REST API: add new endpoint to allow the creation of a WooCommerce connection via the API.