WordPress News Digest for Tuesday, August 8, 2017

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WordPress Core Fields API Project Sees Renewed Interest

By / — As work continues at a feverish pace on Gutenberg, many developers throughout the community are engaging in discussions on how meta boxes will be handled in the new editor. The team is considering various solutions and some have suggested that… More →

Gutenberg Development Team Confirms Meta Box API Will Not be Formally Deprecated

By / — The discussion surrounding how Gutenberg will handle meta boxes heated up over the weekend after a participant commented on the GitHub issue with concern regarding meta box support being removed from the most recent milestone. “I see this vital issue… More →

WordPress Website Pre-Launch Checklist

By / — Setting up and launching a website is a momentous affair for any business. A lot of time and effort goes… The post WordPress Website Pre-Launch Checklist appeared first on WPExplorer. More →

Ultimate Guide to Using Video with Divi

By / — Video is a powerful tool. If an image is worth a thousand words then a minute of video is worth 1.8 million words (At least that is what researcher Dr. James McQuivey suggests). Video is an effective marketing tool and,… More →

How to Turn Your WordPress Site Into a Social Network

By / — Did you know that you can turn your WordPress site into a social network? A WordPress social network allows users to sign up, connect with each other, post messages, and more. In this article, we will show you how to… More →

Hustle’s Gettin’ Busy With All-New SendInBlue and HubSpot Integrations

By / — We launched our Hustle plugin with big promises for growing your email marketing list on your favorite services and we’re putting out big. So we’re excited to fill you in on our latest integrations: SendInBlue and HubSpot. Hustle now includes… More →

Yoast SEO 5.2: Accessibility, compatibility and bug fixes

By / — Today we’re releasing Yoast SEO 5.2. In this brand new version you’ll find some feature enhancements, accessibility improvements and a couple of bug fixes. In addition to that, we’ve laid some groundwork that will help us make Yoast SEO work well with… More →

How to Change a Post to a Page in WordPress (and Why You’d Want To)

By / — WordPress makes it incredibly easy to set your website up the way you want it. Sometimes, though, it is not as easy to make changes to get the desired effect. One example is if you want to change a post… More →

Preparing For Memberships and More

By / — Through memberships and more, if I can help others become better developers through in-depth tutorials without the noise of advertisements, why not? More →

WooCommerce default number of products

By / — I recently needed to set the default number of products selected in WooCommerce to 1. I created a plugin to achieve this. The post WooCommerce default number of products appeared first on Ryan Hellyer. More →

The Best Cryptocurrency and ICO Resources

By / — Here’s a handy list of resources from the world of cryptocurrency, ICOs, tokens and blockchains. Important Websites Bitcoin.org Ethereum Project News Sites Coindesk Cointelegraph News Sites (Spanish) El Bitcoin Newsletters Bravenewcoin Cryptocompare Portfolio Managers Cryptocompare Excel sheet Exchanges Coinbase (popular… More →

eLearning Hacks: How to Get the Most Out of Your LearnDash Course

By / — LearnDash is a great LMS in and of itself. The course building, organizing, and managing software gives you plenty of robust options to work your way through the course creation process. However, e-learning is a dynamic field. It does not… More →

Three Tips on Increasing Sales with Email on Your Online Store – BobWP

By / — Looking at custom receipts, abandoned carts and as with most things, the right timing when it comes to using email to increase your online store sales. More →