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Jetpack by WordPress.com

Your WordPress, Streamlined.

325 reviews
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3.9 out of 5 stars
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Broke My Website
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Edited: I gave it a one star before, but with Jeremy's help I realized that it was not the plugins fault but mine. It's a great plugin and the customer service is also great! Recommend it!

Great plugin
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I love what you are doing guys, Thanks a lot!

Beautiful math and Protect
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we also got those math-functions after upgrading. When deactivating both Beautiful Math AND Protect plugins in the Jetpack/Settings page the math's no longer were required. We are building a multisite so we had to go and do the same on each site...

- Anne

Nothing gets better than this!
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High performance free site tools for every website.

Nice job!
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Using it for a while now, thank you!

Love it!
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Lots of great stuff in here.

Great set of plugins
By , for WP 4.1.1

Really good plugin(s). Of course they have the inside track on getting lots of use of their plugin, but unlike many, their stuff is well deserving. I use bunches of their features.

CSS Stylesheet Editor is buggy, use Simple Custom CSS instead
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Hi, search with firefox and with chrome Win 7 does not work which is annoying, the plugin removes leading zeros, like letter-spacing: 0.1 px becomes .1px, and even transition 0.2s gets kind of minified to .2s, which is ridiculous. This should have been noticed while testing, It's that much obvious. Which leads me to the thought, that the other plugins might get published without testing, too. I just removed jetpack, it's not safe. I use Simple Custom CSS instead. I have to add the missing 0-value now by hand, I have here more than 1.000 lines to go through. No need to answer this post, thank you, bye.

Site Login broken after update yesterday
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Agreed with other posts: the latest update to 3.4 does seem to break some websites, but not all. Deleting the plugin from the wp-content/plugins folder or simply renaming it to jetpack.deactivate (you'll need ftp or c-panel to do this) fixes the problem but of course you lose the jetpack plugins ... i'm sure the jetpack authors are onto this and will roll out a fix soon .. please

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