All Pluginize Plugins Compatible with WordPress 6.5 (Plus Additional Updates)

Pluginize and our parent company, WebDevStudios, proudly announce that our product development team has successfully ensured and established that all of our plugins are compatible with WordPress 6.5.

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The plugins were tested, and some were updated. Additionally, other plugins now require WordPress 6.5 to update. There’s a lot to know. Keep reading for the latest information.

What Is WordPress 6.5?

WordPress 6.5, also known as “Regina” (in honor of notable jazz musician Regina Carter), was released on April 2, 2024. This release is packed with game-changing improvements, including smoother drag-and-drop, a new font library, enhanced data views, the Interactivity API for block interactions, and a streamlined way to manage plugin dependencies. Get all the details on WordPress 6.5 in the News section of

The Importance of Updating WordPress

Updating your WordPress website to the latest version, such as WordPress 6.5, is crucial for maintaining its health and security. WordPress introduces new features, enhancements, and fixes with each update to improve functionality, performance, and user experience. These updates often include security patches that address vulnerabilities discovered in previous versions, safeguarding your website against potential threats such as malware, hacking attempts, and data breaches.

Additionally, staying updated ensures compatibility with the latest web standards, plugins, and themes, reducing the risk of conflicts or compatibility issues that could affect your site’s functionality. By regularly updating your WordPress website, you benefit from access to the latest features and security measures and contribute to its long-term stability, reliability, and success online.

WordPress Plugin Developers, Do Better!

Ensuring compatibility with WordPress 6.5 is paramount for plugin developers due to several crucial factors. Firstly, WordPress continually evolves its core functionalities and security measures with each new version release. Failure to update plugins accordingly risks leaving them incompatible or vulnerable to security breaches, compromising user data and the plugin’s reputation.

Additionally, maintaining compatibility fosters user trust and loyalty, demonstrating a commitment to providing reliable and seamless experiences. With WordPress powering over 43% of the web, aligning with its latest version ensures access to a vast user base and the potential for increased plugin adoption.

Moreover, compatibility ensures seamless integration with other plugins and themes, enhancing the overall functionality and versatility of the WordPress ecosystem. In essence, prioritizing compatibility with WordPress 6.5 is not merely a best practice; it’s a strategic imperative for your plugin’s brand reputation.

All Pluginize Plugins Are Compatible with WordPress 6.5

It’s important to note that Pluginzie plugins are developed, maintained, and supported by the team at WebDevStudios. That’s why they’re so good. Here is everything you need to know about the Pluginzie plugins that are compatible with WordPress 6.5.

  1. Custom Post Type UI (CPTUI): With the 1.16.0 release, we added “search_terms” as a disallowed taxonomy slug, began work for some better WPML integration, and began moving CPTUI away from a jQuery dependency.
  2. Custom Post Type UI Extended: With the 1.11.4 release, we prevent some potential fatal errors from missing or clashing functions on top of the compatibility assurance.
  3. WP Search with Algolia: With the 2.8.0 release, we added some filters to help configure long-running processes, prevent truncating of some content from HTML tables, pass the post ID to `algolia_get_post_images` filter, and confirm the compatibility.
  4. WP Search with Algolia Pro: With the 1.4.0 release, on top of the 6.5 compatibility, we have added The SEO Framework to the list of SEO plugins for noindex respecting. We touched up the network panel for network-wide indexing tasks and then added the ability to de-index or not index sold-out products, “shop only,” and “hidden” products, and added product weight/dimensions to the data.
  5. InstaGo: With the 1.1.4 release, we touched up some PHP errors and a “click to copy” error in the admin, along with confirmation with WordPress 6.5
  6. BuddyPages: With the 1.2.5 release, we fixed some issues around compatibility with BuddyPress 12 and page deletion and redirecting back to the BuddyPages listing after deletion.
  7. Automatic Featured Images from Videos: There is nothing new with the 1.2.3 release other than confirmation of WordPress 6.5 compatibility.
  8. Taxonomy Switcher: There is nothing new with the 1.0.7 release except confirmation of WordPress 6.5 compatibility.
  9. Hash Link Scroll Offset: With the 0.3.0 release, we handled some escaping and sanitizing and removed jQuery as a dependency.

Plugins Requiring WordPress 6.5

One of the major features included in the release of WordPress 6.5 is the notion of plugin dependencies. This means that “Plugin B” can be marked as having a dependency on “Plugin A” to function. Plugin authors can now denote that need within their plugin, and if the dependency isn’t met, their plugin won’t be able to be activated. We at Pluginize have decided to use this functionality for two of our plugins.

CPTUI Extended

The first is CPTUI Extended, which uses a number of screens and functionalities from CPTUI for some of the plugin features. Because of that, we made CPTUI a dependency; and because of that, CPTUI Extended requires WordPress 6.5

WP Search with Algolia Pro

The second up for listing a plugin dependency is WP Search with Algolia Pro. This add-on definitely requires features from WP Search with Algolia to accomplish almost every feature, especially around indexing and content indexing. WP Search with Algolia is marked as a dependency.

All Other Plugins

On the premium side, we have ensured that BuddyPages and InstaGo are still good to go, and updates should be ready for upgrade. Many of our other utility or micro plugins have also been tested for compatibility with WordPress 6.5 and are ready for upgrade as well. This includes Automatic Featured Images from Videos, Taxonomy Switcher, and Hash Link Scroll Offset.

Does your Brand Need a WordPress Plugin Developer?

Is your brand looking for a WordPress plugin developer to develop, support, and maintain your brand’s plugin and ensure its compatibility with WordPress? Contact WebDevStudios. Our team is experienced with building branded plugins.

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