WordPress News Digest for Monday, April 6, 2015

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10 WordPress PayPal Plugins for Easily Accepting Payments

By / — Are you looking to accept payments on your WordPress site? PayPal makes it easy for website owners to accept payments online without a merchant account. In this article, we will show you 10 WordPress PayPal plugins for accepting payments. Before… More →

30 Free Smashing WordPress Themes For Personal Bloggers

By / — Want to find the perfect theme for your personal blog? We've done the research for you. Here you'll find our compilation of the 30 best free themes on the market. More →

EP130 – Building a Photography site using WordPress

By / — Are you a photographer or build website for them using WordPress? On this episode we'll be discussing WordPress websites for photographers. Show aired April 6 at 11am PDT / 2pm EDT / 7PM UTC The post EP130 – Building a… More →

Git Flow

By / — Late as always to these git things. In the ever increasing madness to the method of making code easier to do, we come to the automation of git-flow. This is a library of git subcommands that helps automate some parts… More →

Gridsby: A Beautiful Free WordPress Theme for Photographers

By / — When ModernThemes launched its site with a dozen free WordPress themes last year, founders Robbie Grabowski and Mike Driscoll committed to getting all of their themes listed on WordPress.org following positive feedback from the community. At that time many of… More →

How To Improve Your Website’s Yahoo Yslow Score

By / — It’s no secret that we all want a fast website. Search engines and users alike want sites they visit to load as fast as possible. To keep on top of your WordPress website loading speed, and to help in resolving… More →

How to Move From Blogger.com to WordPress.org

By / — When you run a website on Blogger you may start to realize that it doesn’t have all the customization options that you can find on WordPress. Sure, Blogger has some nice widgets and addons, but in the long run, you… More →

How to promote under-appreciated, old blog content

By / — When first launching a website or blog, most bloggers understand the importance of publishing high quality content. When competing against thousands of well-established websites, the blogger knows that the only way to get noticed is […] The post How to… More →

I’m Not So Great at Multitasking

By / — Remember when operating systems came out and the big feature that they touted was their ability to offer a “true multitasking experience” or something along those lines? I mean, this happened within the last 20 years, give-or-take, so it wasn’t that long… More →

Managing Tabs For Your WooCommerce Products – BobWP

By / — If you use WooCommerce, I’m sure you are familiar with the two tabs on your product page: Description and Reviews. How these tabs look will depend on your theme. Both labels (or names) are default and cannot be changed easily. In… More →

Mark Jaquith’s Cache Buddy Plugin

By / — Whole-page caching is the most common and simplest way that a WordPress site can be made faster. Whether by a completely independent caching service — like Varnish — or a simple WordPress plugin like WP Super Cache, it’ll make a big difference when… More →

Premium WordPress Plugins of the Month: March 2015

By / — Are you ready for some more awesome premium plugins? With another month behind us, it’s time for March’s edition of… The post Premium WordPress Plugins of the Month: March 2015 appeared first on Best Premium & Free WordPress Themes. More →

Promote Your Older Blog Posts with the Advanced Random Posts Widget Plugin for WordPress

By / — If you’ve got a busy blog that publishes lots of great content, then it can soon become difficult for your visitors to find your older posts. For those with blogs that publish timeless content that still offers value to their… More →

Security, Support Give Web Agency Atilus Peace Of Mind [Case Study]

By / — Roughly two years ago, a number of Atilus’ clients were hacked. Each hacked site took hours to clean up, resulting in downtime and loss of revenue. Zach Katkin, CEO of the Florida-based web design and development agency, estimated that to… More →

Split Testing WordPress Menus and Widgets with Nelio A/B Testing

By / — All websites serve a purpose. For instance, some sell a product, others offer a service, and others share news and stories. Clearly, some websites are better than others in serving their purpose. Split Testing (or A/B Testing) is a simple… More →

The LatestWP WordPress Weekly: WordPress.Org Receives Important Improvements

By / — This week, many WordPress tutorials, plugins, and themes were born. In this issue of LatestWP Weekly you will learn about the latest improvements that were made to WordPress.org website specially at the Theme Directory as well as The Plugins Directory. In… More →

The journey versus the outcome

By / — We’ve recently had some landscaping done, at home. While the end result is absolutely beautiful, there is one aspect of the project which didn’t sit too well with me. While working from home, I’m aware of all of the goings… More →

ThemeReview.co Expands Services to Include Plugin Reviews

By / — ThemeReview.co partners Emil Uzelac and Justin Tadlock announced over the weekend that the service is expanding to include plugin reviews. The professional theme review service launched at the beginning of January and has been growing steadily, thanks in part to… More →

This Week In WordPress: 04/06/2015

By / — Have a news tip or upcoming WordPress event you’d like to share, write us at editor@torquemag.io. News Highlights: StoryCorps: Great little story about how StoryCorps.me uses WordPress to power their mobile apps and more. Cache […] The post This Week… More →

WordPress 4.2 Will Natively Support Chinese, Korean, and Japanese Characters

By / — WordPress 4.2 will soon be released with expanded core support for emoji, a new feature that users either love or love to hate. By making a key database change from utf8mb3 to utf8mb4 to add support for emoji, WordPress also… More →

WordPress Core Team Announces Release Leads for WordPress 4.3 and 4.4

By / — Andrew Nacin announced on the Make Core blog that Konstantin Obenland will lead the release of WordPress 4.3, while Scott Taylor will lead 4.4. Obenland’s latest contribution to WordPress is the redesigned theme directory. Taylor is largely responsible for the… More →