WordPress News Digest for Tuesday, July 4, 2017

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VueJS Laravel Pagination Component

By / — In this tutorial we're going to build a VueJS component you can use in your Laravel 5.4 projects when dealing with pagination. A component is one of the most powerful… More →

Download Your Free Baseball Homepage Layout

By / — Today, we are excited to share another free layout with the awesome Divi community. This new layout is entirely dedicated to the popular baseball sport. You can use it in all kinds of situations that revolve around baseball. Primarily and… More →

WPBeginner Turns 8 Years Old – Reflections and Updates

By / — Today is July 4th which means WPBeginner is officially 8 years old — feels unreal to type this! Like every year, I want to take a few minutes and do a quick recap of all the major things happening in… More →

Hummingbird Speed Optimization Plugin Now Free at WordPress.org

By / — Got a serious need for speed? Satisfy it – for free! – with Hummingbird. We’re excited to announce today that our speed optimization plugin is now available to download at WordPress.org. Hummingbird is the ultimate performance optimization plugin for WordPress.… More →

How and When to Use the H1 Tag on Your WordPress Website

By / — If you’ve ever done any research on search engine optimization, you’ve probably come across mentions of the H1 tag. But what is the H1 tag, where does it show up, and how should you actually use it to make your… More →

How to Disable or Turn Off Comments in WordPress

By / — When you first install WordPress, it enables comments for all posts on your site. Most of the time, that’s totally fine…but sometimes, you’ll run into situations where you need to disable comments on your WordPress site. And for those situations,… More →

GraphComment Turns Comments into Dynamic Social Discussions

By / — GraphComment replaces the default WordPress comments system with a dynamic and engaging online community, and includes features for moderating, tracking, and analyzing visitor discussions. More →

.env Variables

By / — Laravel uses dotenv to setup the configuration for your project, you can use the .env file to have different settings depending on the current environment. For example each developer might… More →