WordPress News Digest for Saturday, February 8, 2014

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Debug Bar Slow Actions

By / — Konstantin Kovshenin announced a new plugin called Debug Bar Slow Actions, an extension for the Debug Bar plugin. Konstantin’s new plugin …adds a new panel with a list of the top 100 slowest actions (and filters) during the current page request. This… More →

Get comments from an array of user IDs

By / — The get_comments() function, which is simply a wrapper for the WP_Comment_Query class, allows you to easily query comments posted by a specific user, but what if you wanted to get comments posted from multiple users? Currently, you have two options:… More →

How To Allow Anyone To Preview A Post Without Logging In

By / — Previewing is an important part of the publishing process and generally requires the previewer to be logged into WordPress. What if you want someone external to do a one-off review? Here’s how to send them an unique link that requires… More →

Reminders of Spring

By / — Around this time of year, I need to remind myself that winter doesn’t last forever. More →

Theme Junkie Review: Affordable Blogging WordPress Themes

By / — Theme Junkie has been producing solid WordPress themes since 2009 and currently has 38 themes and 12,000+ customers. They have a great collection of WordPress themes for content related websites. Over the past few months, we have done a number… More →

Trend: More People Getting Commit Access To The Core of WordPress

By / — It wasn’t long ago when I could count the number of core WordPress committers on one hand. These days, it’s hard to keep track of who does and doesn’t have access. In fact, some developers are getting temporary access for… More →

Want to participate in reviewing WordPress themes for…

By / — Want to participate in reviewing WordPress themes for the accessibility-ready tag? There’s a trac keyword for that! Themes awaiting an accessibility-ready review. More →