WordPress News Digest for Saturday, May 3, 2014

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Allow WordPress Editors Access to Widgets & Menus

By / — This is something that I have been pondering for a while now and that is how to allow WordPress users that are the editor role to be able to manage widgets and menus. Sometimes although you don’t want these users… More →

Ask Mark Anything

By / — People ask me a lot of questions. About WordPress and web development for sure, but also about other topics. I’ve decided to try a little experiment: a public way to ask me questions. Zach Holman from GitHub had the idea… More →

GoDaddy Removes Ticketing and Email Support In Favor Of Phone and Live Chat

By / — A few days ago, GoDaddy quietly removed the ability to submit a trouble ticket or an email to receive support. This was verified through the GoDaddy Help twitter account. @mistical We did discontinue our email support. However, we do offer… More →

Steve Jobs in 1983

By / — I really enjoyed listening to this “Lost” Steve Jobs Speech from 1983; Foreshadowing Wireless Networking, the iPad, and the App Store. In the beginning he asks who is over 36 years old, and says those are the people who were… More →

The cost of running a WordPress website

By / — A WordPress website is very affordable to get up and running. You can do it for free, plus the cost of your average shared hosting account. However, running a more serious site can get considerably more expensive. Here’s the list… More →