WordPress is a state-of-the-art semantic personal publishing platform with a focus on aesthetics, web standards, and usability. According to Builtwith today are more than 24 Million websites live using WordPress.
Our team is very proud to announce the WordPress Plugin developed during the CloudFest Hackathon in March 2019 has been tested and approved by WordPress.org and is available at WordPress.org. ID4me is now seamlessly integrated and will simplify creating an ID4me login on every WordPress site. What does the Plugin provide ?
- Easy access to any WordPress site with an ID4me Identity
- Data privacy built in. Login and usage data are not utilised for marketing nor shared with any third parties
- The ID4me login can be used to other services supporting ID4me.
You find the Plugin here:https://wordpress.org/plugins/id4me/ Today 1&1 IONOS is providing the WordPress Plugin to their customers already. ID4me will feature the first three new identity providers (so called identity agents) through all our channels and campaigns – so be fast. During our Summit on October 18 in Madrid we will present all new WordPress Plugin installations released by then.
Find more WordPress stats on UK Web Host Review here.
Join us: https://id4me.org/event/id4me-summit-2019/ ID4me has founded the ID4me Community Competence Group coordinated by group chair Pawel who is looking forward with his fellow peers to engage within the WordPress Community during the next months. Feel free to join our Competence Groups – ID4me is an open and federated community and you are more than welcome to join our mission.
The ID4me Competence Groups:
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