WordPress News Digest for Tuesday, April 4, 2017

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Digital Insights Monthly

By / — Digital marketing is never static. That’s where Velocitize comes as a handy asset. A publication dedicated to informing you about today’s digital landscape, Velocitize keeps you in the know with all the trends in marketing today. Here’s this month’s recap… More →

WordPress Performance Testing: Why, How & Which Tools to Use

By / — Tons of articles written as the one guide to performance on WordPress, tons of content dedicated to the subject at… The post WordPress Performance Testing: Why, How & Which Tools to Use appeared first on WPExplorer. More →

How to Start Getting Clients for Your Divi Web Design Business

By / — Welcome to part 2 of 5 of our Divi mini series How to Become a Successful Divi Web Designer. In this series, we’re showing you a proven path that you can take from learning to build websites to becoming a… More →

AMP For WordPress: The Inside Scoop [Upcoming Webinar]

By / — AMP, also known as Accelerated Mobile Pages, is an open source project that aims to make the website a better place by enabling faster web pages that are aesthetically pleasing. If you’re a site owner, marketer, or developer, now has… More →

Adding and Using WordPress Custom Image Sizes: A Guide to the Best Thing Ever

By / — Update April 4, 2017: Added a section detailing how the responsive image system in WordPress 4.4+ works, and how custom image sizes interact with this system. I really love being able to set custom image sizes in WordPress. The power… More →

WooCommerce 3.0 brings an improved product gallery, treats for developers and more

By / — WooCommerce 3.0 is here! Read all about the improved product gallery, CRUD classes, performance improvements and more right here. The post WooCommerce 3.0 brings an improved product gallery, treats for developers and more appeared first on WooCommerce. More →

WordPress Project Milestones: Scoping Them For Clients

By / — I think it's important to break WordPress project milestones down into parts where the customer easily understands what work is being done. WordPress Project Milestones: Scoping Them For Clients was written by Tom. For more on WordPress, development, and resources… More →

Learn WordPress and Dream Big: Academy Courses Now Available On-Demand

By / — All courses in our online learning school, The Academy, are now available to enroll in and complete at any time! Yes, we’ve scrapped start and end dates for courses and removed the week-by-week release of units. Now you can join… More →

5 Best WordPress Membership Plugins (Compared) – 2017

By / — Are you looking to build a membership site in WordPress? Want to know which is the best WordPress membership plugin? Choosing the right membership plugin is crucial for your business because a better platform means more opportunity for growth. In… More →

How to Setup Your Digital Workspace for Greater Productivity

By / — Last time I checked, there were only 24 hours in a day…and you need 8 of them for sleeping! In the other 16, you have to somehow manage to fit in all of your work, while also still hopefully saving… More →

Editor weekly office hours for April 5th

By / — It’s spring, it’s busy, and everyone is deep in work on the plugin. So we’re making a small change to the format. Instead of weekly meetings, we’re doing weekly office hours. That is, you’ll be guaranteed to find someone in… More →

Page speed as a ranking factor: what you need to know

By / — It’s official: Google announced that page speed will be a ranking factor in its mobile-first index. But what does that mean? There’s no beating around the bush anymore: you should work on making your site as fast and accessible as… More →

How to Create Advanced Checkout Fields for WooCommerce – BobWP

By / — Create, reorder, delete or customize your checkout fields easily and control them based on conditions including user roles, products, pricing, shipping and a lot more. More →

How to Make Money with Curated Content Websites

By / — Content curation is huge right now. Sites are curating everything from WordPress news to weird tech products to pretty much anything else. But are these sites actually making any money? And if you start your own content curation website, how… More →

Week in WPa11y, March 29 – April 4 2017

By / — New keyword a11y-task @afercia created a new tickets keyword a11y-task. These tickets aim to start a discussion and spread awareness about a11y issues that maybe can’t be resolved so soon. It’s also a way of being able to find accessibility tasks… More →

Create Static Pages – VueJS WordPress Theme

By / — In the last tutorial we setup routes and components for our blog posts, we did this with dynamic routes. In this tutorial, we're going to create the routes and VueJS… More →

How to Create a Monthly Maintenance Plan for Your WordPress Sites

By / — Creating a monthly maintenance plan for your WordPress sites requires organizing the tasks you perform on a daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly basis into a few main categories: The post How to Create a Monthly Maintenance Plan for Your WordPress… More →