WordPress News Digest for Wednesday, May 4, 2016

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30 of the Best Completely Free WooCommerce WordPress Themes for 2016

By / — It used to be quite difficult to find WooCommerce themes which were free and also high quality, with attractive modern designs. Luckily there has been an uptick in the WordPress theme directory this year with some really nice new themes… More →

7 Digital Marketing Insights From Pubcon Austin ’16

By / — The digital marketing event Pubcon was held yesterday in Austin and delivered some insightful knowledge in the areas of online marketing, social media, SEO, site optimization, and more. Here are some interesting takeaways from the event you might find useful in… More →

Agenda for May 5th Support Meeting

By / — Reminder of Attendance Experiment WordPress 4.5.1, how’s it looking so far? Reminder of Accessibility Forum Reminder of Burnout, Health, and Communication For any other items to discuss please add them in the comments below, or bring them up in the… More →

Bring Chat to Your Business Calendar with 10to8

By / — Wouldn’t it be great if you had a 24/7 virtual assistant to help manage your business; your clients could book you anytime, the assistant could remind them about their bookings via SMS & email and all the hassle of managing… More →

Comments Component Bug Scrub – May 9, 2016

By / — A bug scrub focused on open tickets in the Comments component will be held in the #core channel on Slack at . Meeting Goals Give attention and feedback to the tickets gathering dust in the Awaiting Review milestone Reduce the… More →

Customize Office Hours Recap (May 2, 2016)

By / — Early this week, @celloexpressions led a bug scrub for the Customize component which can be read in the chat logs. We did a bug scrub for the tickets milestoned for 4.6. Some highlights: Transactions (#30937) is a high priority due… More →

Greetings Polyglots I am one of the plugin…

By / — Greetings, Polyglots. I am one of the plugin authors for YIKES Custom Product Tabs for WooCommerce https://wordpress.org/plugins/yikes-inc-easy-custom-woocommerce-product-tabs/ and Easy Forms for MailChimp https://wordpress.org/plugins/yikes-inc-easy-mailchimp-extender/ Could you please add our Russian translator as an editor for both plugins: #ru_RU – @runasimi And… More →

How to Create a WordPress eCommerce Store With Shopify

By / — Do you want to create an online store without hiring a developer? While there are several WordPress eCommerce plugins available, if you want a hassle-free option, then Shopify is the perfect solution for you. In this article, we will show… More →

It’s here: a simpler way to connect services to your store without leaving WooCommerce

By / — A few weeks ago at WooConf, Matt Mullenweg gave a sneak peek at a project we’ve been excitedly working on. Now, we’re ready to share it with the world. WooCommerce Connect is a big part of our vision for the future of… More →

Meaningful CSS: Style Like You Mean It

By / — With rich and meaningful markup at our fingertips, why does it feel like front-end developers are are still ‘label-happy’ slaves to CSS? In this post over at A List Apart, Tim Baxter makes the case for changing the way we… More →

MightyDeals For Designers And Developers

By / — Mighty deals is a website for Web designers and developers to get massive deals on products. Normally the discounts will range for 50 to 90% off the normal price. The products normally consist of fonts, templates, apps, ebooks and icons.… More →

Multisite Office Hours Recap (May 3, 2016)

By / — Multisite office hours are held every Tuesday at 16:00 UTC in #core-multisite. The next will be . A more casual bug scrub is on . The weekly agenda for the 4.6 cycle is to (a) address blockers and share status on… More →

New Super Emoji Plus+ Plugin Adds an Elegant Emoji Picker to WordPress

By / — Last week when Beyoncé released her new Lemonade album, lemon and bee emoji usage spiked on Twitter. According to Twitter’s stats, during the month of April there were more than 2 million tweets that included at least one lemon emoji,… More →

Notes from the Polyglots chat on May 4th

By / — Locale stats Releases: 162 locales. 60 locales up to date. 1 locale behind by minor versions. 15 locales behind by one major version.16 locales behind more than one major version. 61 locales have a site but never released. 9 locales… More →

Open Source Doesn’t Mean Public

By / — Open, closed, and in between, we can't always discuss everything we work on. More →

Shiny Updates Chat Summary 5/3/16

By / — This is a summary of the shiny updates chat from May 3. (Slack log) Attendees: @ocean90, @swissspidy, @ethitter, @adamsilverstein, @mapk, @obenland Topics: Accomplished work since last week Visual records were posted on Make/Flow. @swissspidy pushed a first pass at an… More →

The Ultimate WooCommerce Overview

By / — If you have been considering using WooCommerce and looking for an in-depth overview of what this popular eCommerce plugin can do, you have come to the right place. The post The Ultimate WooCommerce Overview appeared first on BobWP – Your… More →

The reviews are on sale! And more news

By / — Do you need to improve the SEO of your website? Do you want our Yoast SEO experts to thoroughly analyze the SEO of your website? You should definitely order a website review now! Our Gold SEO reviews are on sale… More →

Thinking Through Problem Spaces in WordPress

By / — I enjoy talking with the developers about the problems they are thinking about as it relates to their field, and the problem spaces in WordPress is no exception. That is, I enjoy hearing about what they are working on, thinking… More →

Weekly Dev Chat Agenda for May 4 — Two Weeks Later

By / — Agenda for the weekly dev meeting on : Update on WordPress 4.5.2 Triage of tickets with the “early” keyword Call for designers/reviving the chats Feature Project Updates (Please prepare your status update in advance.) Decision time for: #36753 Use system fonts… More →

WordPress Vs. Drupal: Which CMS Is Right For You?

By / — WordPress and Drupal are two of the most popular content management systems (CMSs) on the market. Both are free, open source, community driven, and PHP-based. WordPress has a dominant lead when it comes to CMS market share, powering nearly 60 percent of… More →