WordPress News Digest for Tuesday, June 6, 2017

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Course: Working with the Command Line and WP-CLI

By / — When we think about “using a computer,” we usually think in terms of graphical user interfaces, or GUIs: interfaces (like Microsoft Word, the Mac OS, or the WordPress admin interface) that are specially and attractively designed, that have programs and… More →

How to Improve Your WordPress Site’s Reputation Right Now

By / — The overall success of your website may completely depend on whether or not people berate you with bad reviews and… The post How to Improve Your WordPress Site’s Reputation Right Now appeared first on WPExplorer. More →

Call for Testing: WordPress for Android 7.6

By / — WordPress for Android version 7.6-rc-1 has been released in the Google Play Store. You can join the beta from the Google Play Store on your device (under “Become a beta tester”), and comment here or join the Google Plus beta community for… More →

How to Color Code Divi Blog Posts by Author

By / — One of Divi’s main goals is to make sure that every element on your website looks good, and blog posts are no exception. However, there’s always room for improvement, and color coding your blog posts by author offers a way… More →

Four fresh businesses powered by WooCommerce Bookings

By / — From a rentable photo booth to ice cream delivered by van, here's how Bookings is being used in unique (and inspiring) ways. The post Four fresh businesses powered by WooCommerce Bookings appeared first on WooCommerce. More →

Call for Testing: WordPress for iOS 7.8

By / — WordPress for iOS version 7.8 beta is available for testing on TestFlight. Not part of the beta program yet? Please sign up for our TestFlight program to request to join as a beta tester. What to Test 1. Media Library We’ve… More →

WooSquare – Easily Sync WooCommerce With Square Point of Sale

By / — Have you ever wished that you could sync up your Square point of sale system with WooCommerce? That is, whenever you sold something offline via Square…your WooCommerce site’s stock and availability would automatically update to reflect that sale? Sure, it’s… More →

How to Properly Compress and Resize Images for WordPress

By / — Getting your images right can be tricky when it comes to improving the performance of your WordPress website. So much so that we’ve had a few members ask our support team about how to properly compress and resize images. In… More →

Latitude and Longitude in PHP: A Few Useful Practices

By / — I've been working with latitude and longitude in PHP. There are practices I think serve us well when working with or floating point values. Latitude and Longitude in PHP: A Few Useful Practices was written by Tom. For more on… More →

Blogging: the ultimate guide

By / — Writing blog posts can be big fun. For some of you, blogging can be quite a challenge as well. What should you write about? What to do if you’re out of inspiration? How do you get engagement on your blog… More →

10 WordPress Tasks You Can Automate with Zapier

By / — Running a website can be a big job, which means any tools that help you to simplify your workflow are invaluable. Enter Zapier – a unique online service that helps you automate many common WordPress tasks. You can use it… More →

14 Vital Tips to Protect Your WordPress Admin Area (Updated)

By / — Are you seeing a lot of attacks on your WordPress admin area? Protecting the admin area from unauthorized access allows you to block many common security threats. In this article, we will show you some of the vital tips and… More →

How to Easily Set Up Advanced Custom Pricing in WooCommerce – BobWP

By / — Easily customize your WooCommerce store pricing for bulk rates, user roles, and many more conditions for storewide sales and discounts. More →

How to Find an RSS Feed URL

By / — RSS feeds are a nifty feature present in WordPress and mos–t other content management systems. They make it easy to read and manipulate content from a website. And in this post, I’ll give you a quick and dirty guide on… More →

This week in WPA11y – June 5, 2017

By / — WordCamp Europe Topics Community Summit (CS): New developments for the the Editor, and how to safeguard it’s accessibility – (Core) Technology version support policies – (Core) How to involve more developers in helping with the accessibility tickets How to proceed… More →

Feather Icons – Open Source SVG icons

By / — Feather is a new library providing you with free lightweight SVG icons you can use in your applications. There is already a large selection of icons to choose from and… More →

Safe Avocado-ing

By / — I’m glad the New York Times is covering how to safely cut an avocado, because I’ve messed that up 100% of the time I’ve tried to handle an avocado in the past month. It makes you almost want to forgive… More →

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