WordPress News Digest for Friday, May 5, 2017

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Weglot Multilingual Plugin Closes $450K in Seed Funding

By / — Weglot, a multilingual plugin which has been in the WordPress market for a little over a year, has closed $450K in seed funding from SIDE Capital. Co-founder Rémy Berda reports that there are now more than 10,000 websites using Weglot… More →

WordPress 4.8 Release Targeted for June 8

By / — WordPress 4.8 kicked off in this week’s core developer meeting and the schedule for the upcoming release is now published. Beta 1 is scheduled for May 12 and the official release is targeted for June 8. This will be the… More →

How Pixel Jar Enhanced Business Results With Page Performance

By / — “While website owners always want the best user experience for their users, sometimes what they think their users want doesn’t always provide the best experience. Even though some content (like videos) can be amazing at increasing conversions and making visitors… More →

5 Ways to Optimize Your WordPress Site for Mobile

By / — Most people have optimized their site in one way or another, but have you ever done anything specifically for your […] The post 5 Ways to Optimize Your WordPress Site for Mobile appeared first on Pagely®. More →

How to Run Your WordPress Freelance Business Like an Agency

By / — Having managed a startup marketing agency for a few years, I can tell you that it’s not easy work. Although I had managed projects for nearly a decade, this was my first time handling the management of a company on… More →

What is on-page SEO?

By / — Every SEO strategy is focused on ranking as high as possible in the search engines. To do this, we all try to design and develop a website that Google’s secret algorithm will love. That’s basically what SEO is about. The factors… More →

Why I Write About What I Code

By / — Write and code to be a better writer and coder. Yes, it's that simple. The post Why I Write About What I Code appeared first on Half-Elf on Tech. More →

24 Best WordPress Resume Themes for Your Online CV (2017)

By / — Are you looking for a CV or Resume theme for WordPress? Building an online resume with your CV can help you build a personal brand, find job, and make new contacts. WordPress is an ideal platform to build your professional… More →

Editor: How Little Blocks Work

By / — The editor focus is progressing at a steady pace, with some of the major elements taking shape, so it’s a good time to provide an update. This is a complicated flow so a diagram helps explain things a bit better:… More →

Discovering Ringr: The Perfect Solution for Recording Interviews – BobWP

By / — If you need high-quality and dependable audio recordings for your podcasts or other interviews online, you need to check our Ringr. More →

CSS Half Circle Of Circles

By / — This is part of the CSS loader series that show different loaders that can be used in your application to show the user the app is processing and to please… More →

Weekly Roundup: May 5, 2017

By / — Hey developers and agencies! Please check out the 3rd WooConf announcement which will be held in Seattle this fall. I’ll be one of the keynote speakers, so I’d love to chat if you’ll be attending! Speaking of WooCommerce, new store… More →

WP233 – Documentation for your WordPress Project

By / — This week on WPwatercooler we'll be discussing how to go about documenting a WordPress project. The post WP233 – Documentation for your WordPress Project appeared first on WPwatercooler. More →

WPHugs: A Community Devoted to Educating, Discussing, and Raising Awareness of Mental Health

By / — In the past two years, there has been an increased effort in the WordPress community to raise awareness of mental health. Cory Miller, Rich Robinkoff, Michele Butcher, and others have presented on the subject at numerous WordCamps. A common theme that… More →