WordPress News Digest for Monday, January 4, 2016

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2015 Contributor Survey

By / — Hi core team folks! Thanks for all your hard work and contributions in 2015. Could you contribute few more minutes to fill in the 2015 contributor survey? It will help us establish some baselines around the contributor experience so that… More →

2015 Contributor Survey

By / — Hi design folks! Thanks for all your hard work and contributions in 2015. Could you contribute few more minutes to fill in the 2015 contributor survey? It will help us establish some baselines around the contributor experience so that we… More →

2015 Contributor Survey

By / — Hi mobile folks! Thanks for all your hard work and contributions in 2015. Could you contribute few more minutes to fill in the 2015 contributor survey? It will help us establish some baselines around the contributor experience so that we… More →

2015 Contributor Survey

By / — Hi polyglots folks! Thanks for all your hard work and contributions in 2015. Could you contribute few more minutes to fill in the 2015 contributor survey? It will help us establish some baselines around the contributor experience so that we… More →

5 WordPress Maintenance & Security Tips For a Worry Free New Year

By / — Imagine the perfect year: Your website is humming along, serving up blog posts, collecting new leads, and helping you market your product or service to the world. Business is growing and life is good. And your website is a central… More →

Best UK WordPress Hosting

By / — One of the most commonly asked questions when starting a new WordPress site is which type of hosting you need, and which company provides the best product. Well, there isn't a simple answer that applies to all cases, but one of… More →

FlyWheel Managed WordPress Hosting Review: It’s Like a Design Party on The Internet

By / — As the popularity of WordPress websites continues to rise, there have been an increasing number of companies, both new and existing, who have decided to step into the arena of managed WordPress hosting. For some companies, it’s been a case… More →

Git for WordPress Developers: A Free Video Course from WP Pusher

By / — Peter Suhm, creator of WP Pusher, just released a new free video course for WordPress developers. After the success of his email-based WP Git Crash Course, Suhm jumped head-first into creating more educational material in video format. Git4wp.com launched this… More →

How to Choose a Developer to Build your WordPress eCommerce Website

By / — So you’ve decided to open a store. You’ve got a product and a target audience that wants it. You’ve looked at different e-commerce platforms and have decided to go with WordPress. Good choice: WordPress is the biggest ecommerce platform out… More →

How to Install Facebook Remarketing/Retargeting Pixel in WordPress

By / — Are you looking into retargeting ads on Facebook? Do you want to install Facebook’s remarketing/retargeting pixel in WordPress? In this article, we will show you how to install Facebook remarketing/retargeting pixel in WordPress. Why Use Facebook Retargeting Pixel to Boost… More →

How to Manage WordPress Post Revisions and Control Your Past

By / — WordPress automatically saves versions of your posts and is a particularly useful feature during times when you forget to hit save and your browser crashes. Here's how to use revisions properly, manage your drafts and even turn them off. More →

Market Research: How to Find Out If Anyone Will Want What You’re Selling

By / — Today we’re going to take a look at something you really want to avoid: spending weeks, even months, developing a product or service, launching it, and then discovering no one actually wants it. If you’ve also spent a lot of… More →

Reminder: Your Email Account Must Be Valid

By / — Since the only way we have to get in touch with plugin authors is their emails, we’re going to be enforcing that you have a valid email that goes to a human being for you plugins. This simple statement covers… More →

Understanding WordPress Multisite

By / — This quick tutorial video from Tuts+ shows you how to install a multisite, a WordPress feature that allows users to create a network of sites on a single WordPress installation. Setup is a matter of copy and pasting some code into… More →

Using JSON with Hugo

By / — I may still be in over my head, but I'm learning to swim! More →

WP Engine Identifies Cloud Infrastructure Provider as Entry Point for Recent Security Breach

By / — On December 9th, 2015, WP Engine sent out an urgent notice to its customers regarding a security breach wherein customer credentials were exposed. This incident prompted an investigation, which is now complete. According to the most recent and final update,… More →

Want a Pressware Shirt?

By / — In all of the time I've worked for myself, I've only attempted to print Pressware shirts once. Even then, I placed an order for about 20 or so (and they were mainly used to give to friends and family). For… More →

WooCommerce Workshop in Seattle January 13th – BobWP

By / — One of the things we have when it comes to WordPress are options. That’s a good thing. But often it can also be confusing for the beginner or even for a experienced WordPress user. And eCommerce easily falls into that… More →