WordPress News Digest for Friday, November 6, 2015

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4 ways to identify and encourage rituals in your customer’s journey

By / — Since the beginning of time, rituals have been a part of how we live and make sense of the world. They help us remember important happenings, we know where we are in the calendar by them, and like little compasses… More →

A Handy Selection of Fresh and Free Resources for Web Ninjas

By / — Go ahead and check out neat mockups and folder templates collection for identity and advertising, a Halloween multi-pack full with pre-set and ready-to-create designs, versatile flat and line icons, and Web PSD templates, all these along with creative and responsive… More →

A Look at the Default WooCommerce Widgets – BobWP

By / — In this lesson from my online course we will walk through the widgets that are installed when you install the eCommerce plugin, WooCommerce. The post A Look at the Default WooCommerce Widgets appeared first on BobWP. WordPress All The Time!… More →

Best Practices for Selling Ads on Your WordPress Site

By / — It can seem intimidating to get started with selling ads at first but once you find advertisers and a good management system, you'll be golden. You'll find plenty of tips for selling ads in WordPress right here. More →

Creative Commons Licenses in the Plugin Directory

By / — Back in February, the Creative Commons organization began taking steps to introduce compatibility between their licenses and the GPL. At that time, we took notice and started discussing the problems we’ve had with CC licenses in the directory in the past. Part… More →

Creative Commons Licenses in the Theme Directory

By / — This applies for themes too: Crossposting Creative Commons Licenses in the Plugin Directory More →

Hello I want to contribute to WordPress to…

By / — Hello, I want to contribute to WordPress to translate it to my native language Assamese that has the locale as as_IN. Ref: https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp/4.3.x/as/default Hope WordPress team will grunt me. Regards- Dhruba Jyoti Deka Guwahati, Assam More →

Hello I would like to request a new…

By / — Hello, I would like to request a new locale. Locale: nl_TWD Country code: NL Plural forms: nplurals=2; plural=(n != 1); Language native name: Twents Sub-domain: twd-nl.wordpress.org Site Title: Twents Site Description: WordPress in ‘t Tweants Admin Username(s): Mark Jansen, __jester… More →

How Not to Communicate Grievances with WordPress

By / — A few days ago, I offered advice on how non-developers can contribute to and influence core WordPress development. Communicating online is hard but where and how you communicate affects the likelihood of making an impact. CMS Critic is a site… More →

Introducing the WP Job Manager Broadbean Add-on

By / — A few years ago I built the WP Broadbean WordPress plugin in order to integrate Broadbean job posting with a WordPress website. This is has proved a highly successful plugin with a number of sites now actively using this. In… More →

Jetpack 3.8 Adds Google+ Badges and Fixes Contact Form Response Emails

By / — Jetpack 3.8 is available for download and includes, Google+ badges, Twitch.TV embed shortcode, improvements to the contact form module, and bug fixes. Users can now display a Google+ Badge widget that shows your Google+ profile, page, or community. You can… More →

Jetpack Photon on Secure Domains (HTTPS)

By / — I recently switched Binary Moon over to using secure domains. This was quite easy using Cloudflare, however one of the […] The post Jetpack Photon on Secure Domains (HTTPS) appeared first on Binary Moon. For more Web Design tips and… More →

Keeping Customers Happy With BigSpring

By / — Building websites is becoming increasingly difficult as the shortest amount of downtime or page loading delays will cause customers to go elsewhere. We recently caught up with WP Engine customer and website building guru, Jon Martin, Technical Director and Co-Founder… More →

Mailbag: But You Can’t Post Mobile!

By / — Mobile posting from Jekyll really isn't a thing. But it's not like it was much better with MediaWiki anyway. More →

My Suite of Apps: Kiwi for Gmail

By / — When it comes to OS X, I've tried almost every email client I could get my hands on. To say that I'm particular about my workflow is an understatement. As such, it's important that I have applications that don't harsh… More →

New: Rapid deploy of VPS in any region

By / — We have received two primary types of feedback from our VPS and Enterprise WordPress Hosting customers over the last 2 years. The first being some form of “ZOMG this thing is fast!” and the other being “Why do I have to wait 2… More →

Selfie-Sticks And Unicorns, Oh My! Web Summit ’15 Recap

By / — Wow…what a week! Web Summit is over for another year and whilst it’s certainly been an exhausting few days, it’s been exhilarating in equal measures. The three day long show has been a whirlwind of prospect meetings, pitches, presentations, WordPress… More →

Testing the EditusWP Plugin from Lasso

By / — This is a test of EditusWP, a premium front-end post editor for WordPress. It does have some limitations, but it's extremely impressive. Continue Reading Testing the EditusWP Plugin from Lasso The post Testing the EditusWP Plugin from Lasso appeared first… More →

Vital Link: Six of the Best WordPress Database Plugins

By / — Most people who own a car would never think twice about the importance of maintaining it. You know that regular oil changes, correct tire pressure and a full tank of gas are necessary to keep everything running smoothly and safely.… More →

WP Ninjas Friday Roundup 11/06

By / — Welcome to the November 6th edition of the WP Ninjas Friday Roundup! As our team has grown, an ecosystem of creative ideas has grown around our flagship product, Ninja Forms. Those ideas take different forms (ha, ha…), but one of… More →

Weekly SEO recap: mobile friendly & snippets

By / — We’re working hard on our upcoming Yoast SEO 3.0 release. Multiple focus keywords is slowly proving itself to me as probably the best thing we’ve ever made. It wasn’t the hottest week in search, which is probably a good thing as we’ve… More →

Weekly WordPress News: Theme Release & Several Thoughts on Pricing

By / — This week we added a new theme to our Free WordPress Themes section on WPLift, named Sentio, it was created by our friends at DesignHooks and released here for our readers. It is a great looking creative theme for general… More →

What’s Coming in WordPress 4.4 (Features and Screenshots)

By / — Development for WordPress 4.4 started with full momentum immediately after the release of WordPress 4.3. We followed the development closely, and we are excited to report that it is expected to be released during the second week of December 2015.… More →

Why the Web Development Industry is a Jungle

By / — In this week’s post over at the Press Up blog, we give some advice for how to evaluate the quality of a web developer. If you’re trying to help potential clients understand why you’re right for the job, reading this post first will… More →