Discontinuing Support for Clef

This is the reason I don’t like jumping on the bandwagon and implementing a plugin into ALL my Wordpress installs. It’s a huge pain in the A when that plugin inevitably dies. I guess this is the problem with a CMS like Wordpress — you make sites that rely on tons of plugins (some of which are even more necessary for the functionality of the site), and one day you go to update the plugin and the developers have gone the way of the dodo (leaving you having to find/buy a different plugin, or leave dated code in your installation as a security hole).

Things sure were easier back in the days of static HTML…

Good luck with your future endeavors!

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