WordPress News Digest for Saturday, August 8, 2015

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How to Add Custom CSS to Your WordPress Site: 3 Methods Explored

By / — There’s more than one way to add custom CSS to your WordPress site. In this Weekend WordPress we explore the strengths and weaknesses of three different methods so you can decide which suits you best, and let you get on… More →

List table changes in 4.3

By / — List tables are a significant component of the WordPress admin, powering screens such as for posts, comments, and installed plugins. Its internals have not changed much since the introduction of WP_List_Table in 3.1, and visually has only significantly changed with… More →

Most major news websites don’t use WordPress

By / — I’m really interested in content management systems, and which sites use them. Out of curiosity, I’ve done a bit of research to find out which CMS is used the most. I was surprised by the results. Takeaway If my research is correct,… More →

That liberating feeling when you let a domain expi…

By / — That liberating feeling when you let a domain expire for that project you never quite got around to. More →

The Ultimate Guide to Website Credibility: 22 Credibility-enhancing Tips

By / — I want to start today’s post with an example scenario I’m sure we’re all familiar with. Let’s say you’re in the market for a new car, so you head over to your local showroom. After a few minutes of browsing,… More →

WordPress 4.3 Field Notes

By / — WordPress 4.3 includes improvements to existing features and brand new features for developers. Over the past few weeks, the core team has been posting here on make/core with a number of the developer changes in WordPress 4.3. PHP4-style constructors have been… More →

WordPress 4.3 Field Notes (Lots of Changes for Plugin Developers!)

By / — Do you follow the make/core blog? If not, you should! Over on the make/core blog, we compiled all of the developer-focused changes in WordPress 4.3 in one spot. In case you don’t want to click, here’s a reprint of those changes:… More →