WordPress News Digest for Tuesday, April 5, 2016

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11 Ecommerce Tips To Reduce Shopping Cart Abandonment

By / — Your ecommerce store might be making incredible revenue, but have you done all you can to max out sales? Shopping cart abandonment, an occasion where the consumer adds a product to cart but never completes the purchase, is likely to be… More →

Ahoi I am the plugin author for print…

By / — Ahoi I am the plugin author for print-o-matic: https://wordpress.org/plugins/print-o-matic/. Please add the following WordPress.org user as translation editors for: #de_DE– @baden03 (@CoachBirgit) #de_CH – @baden03 #sv_SE – @nat0n (@ChantalC) #ja – @nao #it_IT – @andg (@ChantalC) #es_ES – @luisrull More →

Content Curation Websites That We Love

By / — Content Curation websites provide added value for their readership and in this post we will be listing some of the best content curation websites out there – from WordPress news to travel blogs – sites that we love and are… More →

Dealing with the Shiny Object Syndrome

By / — Like many other entrepreneurs, I suffer from the shiny object syndrome? That’s a fancy phrase to describe the excitement I feel on a daily basis as I encounter stuff that I’d love to own, places I’d like to visit, and… More →

Europe Tops WordCamp Growth in 2015 with 70% Increase in Events

By / — During the 2015 State of the Word address, Matt Mullenweg shared a few stats that demonstrate the growth of the global WordPress community. A total of 89 WordCamps with 21,000 attendees were held across 34 countries in 2015. This week… More →

How to Eliminate Render-Blocking Issues With Hummingbird for WordPress

By / — Render blocking issues can slow down your WordPress site significantly. And while you can tinker on your own, Hummingbird can help you eliminate these issues, speed up your site, and improve your SEO in one fell swoop. More →

How to Keep Your WordPress Content Safe with BackupBuddy

By / — BackupBuddy is an automated full-site WordPress backup plugin that keeps your WordPress content safe by creating database backups and core files as well. The post How to Keep Your WordPress Content Safe with BackupBuddy appeared first on WPBeginner. More →

How to Migrate to WordPress from Any Website or CMS

By / — If you ever wanted to migrate your current website to WordPress, then congratulations – you’ve made a wise choice. The… The post How to Migrate to WordPress from Any Website or CMS appeared first on Best Premium & Free WordPress… More →

Project Owners Can Now Block Abusive Users on GitHub

By / — Today GitHub announced a new feature that allows project owners to block abusive users from public repositories. Users who are blocked will no longer be able to open or comment on issues or pull requests, nor will they will not… More →

Setting up PHP and Composer in MAMP

By / — Lately, I've been trying to write shorter, more focused on articles on particular topics, but there are times in which a longer article is warranted: Case in point: Using PHP and Composer in MAMP. Before you get started reading this… More →

The 8 Best FTP Clients for WordPress Users in 2016

By / — WordPress started life as a simple blogging platform. 12 years later, its polished interface is barely recognizable from its earliest days, and every update introduces useful new features and functionalities. Despite this progress, the WordPress dashboard still doesn’t handle everything.… More →

Torque Plugin Madness: It’s Time For The Big Dance

By / — The field of 64 mighty WordPress plugins is now down to just two as WooCommerce and Advanced Custom Fields face off in the championship match to determine who will win Torque Plugin Madness 2016. WooCommerce beat out Wordfence Security to… More →

WordCamp London 2016

By / — WordCamp London has come around fast! We’re travelling down Friday evening, so we can be ready, bright and early on Saturday morning for registration. WordCamp London 2016 is a two day conference focused on the blogging platform/content management system, WordPress.… More →

hreflang: the ultimate guide

By / — hreflang is a technical solution for sites that have similar content in multiple languages. A site owner wants search engines to point people to the most “fitting” language. Say a user is Dutch, the page that ranks is English, but… More →