WordPress News Digest for Wednesday, February 8, 2017

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Starting a Frequently Asked Questions page

By / — I see a few of the same questions pop up in the #themereview channel. @thinkupthemes brought up the idea to create a FAQ page where we can point reviewers, theme authors when they have questions that we have already answered… More →

Getting The Green Bullet With Yoast SEO

By / — Yoast founder, CEO, and Lego collector Joost de Valk recently joined us for a webinar that covered advanced techniques for using the Yoast plugin to maximum efficiency, hidden features, and how to use it with Google Console Integration. First things first,… More →

Customizing Divi’s Secondary Menu Bar with A Call to Action

By / — The most important information on your site should exist above the fold (roughly the top 600px of your screen). Divi takes advantage of this concept with their secondary menu bar. The menu bar sits at the very top of your… More →

Text Input Effects

By / — Building an online form? Dress for success! Simple ideas for enhancing text input interactions. Text Input Effects More →

WordPress Post Types: An Abstraction For Entities

By / — When programmers talk about entities, they are usually talking about an individual part within a system – like WordPress post types. WordPress Post Types: An Abstraction For Entities was written by Tom. For more on WordPress, development, and resources then… More →

SEO Basics: How to improve your mobile site

By / — Here’s the thing: your site should be mobile-friendly. In fact, this might just be your number one priority. If you want to improve your mobile SEO, you have to improve the performance of your site, plus you have to make… More →

Show Featured Images on Post List

By / — Adding a custom column to show if you have a featured image or not. The post Show Featured Images on Post List appeared first on Half-Elf on Tech. More →

What is Multisite? A Guide to Options for Creating an Effective WordPress Network

By / — I’ve written a lot about Multisite for this blog and received lots of feedback from people who are just as keen on Multisite as I am. But you guys have plenty of questions, too! Some of the most frequent are… More →

How to Properly Move from Weebly to WordPress (Step by Step)

By / — Do you want to switch from Weebly to WordPress? Yes it is possible to migrate all of your Weebly content to WordPress without hiring a developer or knowing how to code. We built a free Weebly to WordPress importer tool… More →

16 Clean WordPress Themes for the Minimalists

By / — Clean design was a huge web design trend in 2016. Closely related to minimalism, the emphasis is on functional design and plenty of space. Less on frills. With a clean WordPress theme, there are no distractions from the quality of… More →

Why You Should Add a Hello Bar to Your WordPress Website and How To Do It

By / — A hello bar is a great alternative to using a pop-up, an option that is unpopular with so many. Hello bars are less obtrusive, yet are constantly on display. This means you can present a specific message to your visitors,… More →

Get Free Expert Advice From WordPress Influencers

By / — Best way to learn is to ask, and who better to ask than those who have experience. Get business advice from WordPress entrepreneurs, hear how they cope with hiring, acquisition and work life balance. Find out what they like to… More →

10 Best Eco-Conscious WordPress Themes for Your Business

By / — Fortunately for our planet, the growing trend of businesses with eco-conscious practices shows no signs of slowing down. If you’re… The post 10 Best Eco-Conscious WordPress Themes for Your Business appeared first on WPExplorer. More →

WP Super Cache 1.4.9 Patches Multiple XSS Vulnerabilities

By / — WP Super Cache is a nearly 10-year-old plugin that is maintained by Donncha Ó Caoimh and is actively installed on more than a million sites. Releases have been far and few between, but Caoimh has released WP Super Cache 1.4.9 that… More →

WordPress for Android Closes Google+ Community for Beta Testers

By / — The WordPress mobile app for Android is shutting down its beta testing community that was hosted on Google+ for the past three years. The mobile team switched to a completely open beta last year, enabling them to recruit 1,500 new… More →

Agenda for February 9th Support Meeting

By / — General Announcements WordPress 4.7.2 Support Team Short Description 2017 Community Summit Checkin with International Support Liaisons For any other items to discuss please add them in the comments below, or bring them up in the meeting. The meeting will be… More →