WordPress News Digest for Monday, March 7, 2016

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10 Reasons Your Web Design Isn’t Working (And What to Do Instead)

By / — You throw your money and resources into a nice fancy website and… you’re not getting the response you were expecting. Or maybe you get a lot of visitors but not the number you were hoping for. Maybe you get tons… More →

Amazing Giveaway from WooSplit – 2 Prizes Worth $348 Each

By / — Today we teamed up with WooSplit to give you an opportunity to win 50% lifetime discount on the price of the service ($697/month). More →

An Introduction to WordPress Multisite

By / — If you’ve been around WordPress for any length of time, you’ve probably heard people talking about WordPress Multisite. It’s been an area of mystery for me, but this quick intro from WP Ninjas cleared up a lot of things. I particularly… More →

Basic SEO training: don’t over-optimize

By / — In our Basic SEO training we’ll teach you all about keyword research and how to create great content around those keywords, to make your website rank. On top of that we explain what NOT to do! Keyword stuffing is one of those… More →

Changes to the Term Edit Page in WordPress 4.5

By / — Up until recently, the term list table and the term edit form in the admin shared the same page: wp-admin/edit-tags.php. This is inconsistent compared to how the post list table and the editor are split up between wp-admin/edit.php and wp-admin/post.php. As was reported in… More →

Custom Content Type Manager Plugin Update Creates a Security Nightmare

By / — Over the years, we’ve told users that the WordPress plugin directory is the safest place to download and install plugins from. This is due in large part to the dedication of volunteers who act as gatekeepers and review plugins before… More →

Deregistering WordPress Stylesheets

By / — Deregistering WordPress stylesheets is one of those things that we don't always have to consider. If you're starting a project from scratch, then it's usually safe to say that you're starting a project at ground zero and have control over… More →

EP178 – External WordPress Resources – Mar 7 2016 –

By / — This week on WPwatercooler we'll be discussing various ways to find help and discuss WordPress. Show airs Mar 7 at 11am PT / 2pm ET / 7PM UTC The post EP178 – External WordPress Resources – Mar 7 2016 appeared… More →

How To Use AngularJS With WP REST API (Upcoming Webinar)

By / — Are you ready to take the deep dive into the technical depths of AngularJS and the WordPress REST API? Rather than skim the surface, we want to arm you with in-depth knowledge on how to tie AngularJS together with the WP… More →

How to Create a Visual Sitemap in WordPress

By / — Ever wanted to display a visual sitemap in WordPress? A visual sitemap allows you to present a hierarchical layout of your different pages and sections. In this article, we will show you how to create a visual sitemap in WordPress… More →

How to Create a WordPress Plugin

By / — If you've been building your own themes for a while, chances are you've been adding code to the functions.php file. Sometimes you might have wondered if you should be writing a plugin instead, but you weren't sure how. Creating a… More →

Magnus: A Bold New Photoblogging Theme for WordPress

By / — Magnus is a beautiful new photoblogging theme that landed in the WordPress Theme Directory last week. It was created by Hugo Baeta, whose work you may have seen in the WordPress.com design handbook and last year’s subtle refinements to the… More →

Reactions

By / — What are Reactions? If you’ve used Slack or Thefacebook recently, you’ll have noticed a new way of interacting and providing feedback – emoji reactions. It works much the same way as a Like button, but provides a wider range of… More →

Template Express Competition: Win x5 Complete Bundles of 15 WordPress Themes

By / — Today we have teamed up with the WordPress Theme company Template Express to bring you an exclusive competition to win x5 Prizes of their Complete Bundle, which includes access to all their themes and is worth $59 each. The themes… More →

The Trouble With Libraries

By / — The recent brouhahah with plugins and frameworks (and libraries) brings up serious problems and no perfect solutions. More →

Torque Weekly Digest: 03/07/16

By / — Here we provide a weekly recap of the biggest stories from torquemag.io. Dedicated to informing new and advanced WordPress users about the industry, Torque is a hub for WordPress news, business, and community. Here are some of last week’s top stories from Torque: NUGGET… More →