WordPress News Digest for Monday, October 10, 2016

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14 Best Free Domain Name Generators on the Internet

By / — Do you want to start a blog or website, but not sure which domain name to use? Picking the right domain name isn’t easy. Specially when you come up with something unique, memorable, and meaningful only to find out that… More →

30 Best WordPress Themes for Bloggers in 2016

By / — WordPress was originally nothing more than a blogging platform, and although it has now evolved way beyond that, its capabilities on that front are still in no doubt. This fact is underlined by the sheer number of WordPress themes for… More →

A guide to your Global WordPress Translation Day Local event

By / — Hey everyone, As you all know, Global WordPress Translation Day 2 is coming on November 12th. We invite everyone involved with the Polyglots team to consider organising or taking a part in a small local meetup dedicated to translating. This… More →

Automated Performance Check Is Live!

By / — Last week we posted about our upcoming feature the Automated Performance Check, and we went over the details of how it will work. Today, with pleasure I can announce that we are going live with it! Now, you can optimize… More →

Awesome Giveaway from Jobster – 3 Webmaster Licenses Up for Grabs

By / — Today we've partnered up with Jobster to give you an opportunity to win 1 of 3 Webmaster Licenses of this great theme worth $350 each! Jobster is one of the most advanced and feature rich Service Marketplace Theme, developed and maintained by… More →

GPL Myths Debunked

By / — Leland Fiegel recently published a great little summary of the common things that poeple get wrong in understanding the GPL license, under which WordPress and most of the plugins and themes in its ecosystem, are based. It’s a great introduction… More →

Glossary in WordPress: The talk

By / — In August I written this https://make.wordpress.org/polyglots/2016/08/23/the-glossaries-in-the-wordpress-localization/ and now the talk at Mozfest is confirmed (the agenda is not yet published). As I said I am here to share to you the information gathered and the talk itself. The slides (working… More →

How to Fix the Parse Error Syntax Error in WordPress

By / — The parse error syntax error in WordPress isn’t a common error, and it typically occurs through a mistake made by the user. Experienced developers often have no trouble fixing this error on their own, but if you’re new to adding… More →

How to Show Different Menus to Different WordPress User Roles

By / — If you’ve already taken the time to nail down the perfect navigation for your WordPress site, the next thing on your todo list should be working out how much of your website’s menu should be visible to your site’s visitors.… More →

Javascript Copy and Paste

By / — In a previous tutorial we saw how you can create a copy and paste button using jQuery and the ZeroClipboard… More →

MAMP 4 For WordPress Development

By / — MAMP 4 was released recently. At the time, I was experimenting with other software. I returned to MAMP 4, and I've been thoroughly pleased. MAMP 4 For WordPress Development was written by Tom. For more on WordPress, development, and resources… More →

SumoMe Plugin: Everything You Need to Know

By / — Don’t call me a hypocrite…I know in my previous post about notification bar plugins I said some mean things about popups. I said them because I, personally, am not a big fan of popups. But one thing I can’t deny… More →

Torque Weekly Digest: 10/10/16

By / — Check out the latest recap of the biggest stories from torquemag.io. This week’s Torque Digest features Doc Pop’s WordPress News Drop, the pros and cons of pop-ups, tales from a first time WordCamper at WordCamp, and more.  Dedicated to informing new and advanced WordPress… More →

Yoast SEO: Selective Stopwords

By / — Custom Post Types, stopwords, globals, weird errors, and selectively applying filters. More →

eCommerce Security Series: Today’s Online Security Issues and Risks with Dre Armeda – BobWP

By / — This is part one of a four-part series on security and your eCommerce site. In this first episode, we take a look at the big picture of online security, what is happening, and what are the risks. The post eCommerce… More →