WordPress News Digest for Friday, July 11, 2014

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Accessibility Team Update: July 9, 2014

By / — WordPress 4.0 Beta 1 In our meeting this week, Sam Sidler gave us the heads-up that 4.0 Beta 1 was about to be released and told us that it is “incredibly important that you test it and all of its… More →

Breach – A browser for the HTML5 era

By / — Modular open source browser, with Chromium rendering layer, built on node.js, customizable with html/css/js. Breach – A browser for the HTML5 era Original Article: Breach – A browser for the HTML5 era Dougal Campbell's geek ramblings – WordPress, web development,… More →

Calling All Speakers and Sponsors For WooConference 2014

By / — The countdown to the inaugural WooConference has begun and, with just a few months to go, we’re full steam ahead planning what we hope will be a phenomenal and valuable two days for the WooCommerce community. Speakers Applications to speak… More →

Export as CSV for Storage for Contact Form 7 Plugin

By / — I have updated the Storage for Contact Form 7 plugin to add support for CSV export of the contact form entries. Now you are able to export either all or a selected set of entries filtered by their month of submission or the form… More →

Getting Started With Git

By / — If you’re reading this blog, chances are that in the past couple of years you have probably heard the term Git being tossed around. Designers and developers of all types use Git to make the code they write the best… More →

Image Editing Weekly Meeting

By / — We’re going to kick off weekly meetings for image editing next week. They’ll be at 18:00 UTC Friday, starting Friday 18th July. That’s: 20:00 Amsterdam 19:00 London 14:00 East Coast US 12:00 Mountain Time 11:00 Pacific It’s after the media… More →

Localised Estimated Reading Time

By / — So a few people have been writing about my estimated reading time function recently. In particular – it got mentioned on WPTavern in a post all about adding an Estimated […] The post Localised Estimated Reading Time appeared first on… More →

Mailbag: Multisite Theme Activation

By / — Multiple domains, multiple themes, and dynamic switcheroos? I'm going to have to vote no. More →

Now that 4.0 beta 1 is out is…

By / — Now that 4.0 beta 1 is out, is there a chance to see it arrive in GlotPress? Rename Development to 3.9 (since it’s at 100% for all languages, I’m guessing the 4.0 strings have not landed yet). Have the 4.0… More →

Publicly Display Post Meta Data in WordPress

By / — Comments are closed on this article. If you have something to add, please do so on the original article!A couple of weeks ago, I shared a simple plugin that added a meta box to the post editor dashboard screen that… More →

Quick Tip: How to Remove WordPress Admin Menu Items

By / — There are a number of reasons for wanting to simplify the WordPress admin menu, perhaps you are a developer and have handed a new site over to the client and you don’t want to overwhelm them with options. The WordPress… More →

Support Team Update for July 10th

By / — Items discussed at today’s #wordpress-sfd meetup: WordPress 4.0 Beta1 has dropped this morning Early today the release announcement for the next beta was posted. Please test and report any issues. You can install the WordPress Beta Tester plugin to do… More →

THBusiness: A Free WordPress Business Theme Based on Bootstrap

By / — If you’re looking for a clean, customizable business theme for WordPress, THBusiness just landed in the official Themes Directory. While most free themes are dedicated to blogging, THBusiness is focused on providing all of the basic elements you need to… More →

Thanks to This Weeks Content Partner: VPS.Net

By / — Web host VPS.Net has been our content partner this week, and we would like to take this opportunity to thank them for their support. VPS.Net offers a range of affordable hosting packages, including WordPress Cloud Hosting. These WordPress focused packages… More →

The Promise and Perils of Immersive Displays

By / — When Facebook announced that they would be acquiring Oculus, a tiny pioneer of low-cost immersive displays, for $2 billion, the dawn of widespread virtual reality (VR) seemed just around the corner. The hype suggests that […] The post The Promise… More →

The Weekly WordPress News, Tutorials & Resources Roundup No.74

By / — Every week we have loads of great posts and articles which I share in my news roundup but this week there was one piece of content which was truly epic I thought I’d draw attention to, posted at the Kinsta… More →

The WhiP Newsletter #40

By / — WordPress 4.0 Beta 1 is out, what it's like working for a distributed company and lots of weekend projects. Check out The Whip for more daily lashings of WordPress goodness. More →

Tips for local WordPress development with Varying Vagrant Vagrants (VVV)

By / — I’ve used local development environments for as long as I can remember.  They’ve always been a fluid part of being a developer.  The biggest pain point was keeping everything upgraded at all times and switching from one stack to another.… More →

Turning a New Leaf in Business

By / — If you had not read the news before, it has been made official: my products are now part of the Awesome Motive family. In a cash/equity deal, Syed (you know him from WPBeginner) and I have officially joined forces to… More →

What’s Coming in WordPress 4.0 (Features and Screenshots)

By / — WordPress 4.0 Beta 1 was released yesterday. This is a major release with some really cool features and improvements. In this article, we will show you what new features are coming in WordPress 4.0 along with their screenshots. Please note… More →

Widget Context 1.0 Now Available

By / — I have finally managed to publish the grand rewrite of the Widget Context plugin as version 1.0 to the official plugin repository. The new modular architecture allows other developers to create plugins that add new context modules for custom widget visibility rules. It also includes a… More →

WordPress Social Sharing Optimization (WPSSO) Plugin Review

By / — When you think SEO, what do you automatically think? Initially, you probably think, ‘Search Engine Optimization’ , and that’s true, technically, that is what SEO stands for, but what does it really mean today? In the past couple of years, our… More →

Your Ultimate E-Commerce Product Pricing Guide

By / — The world of retail business is chock full of secrets, one being how to price your products for maximum profitability. Price your product too high and your customers may shy away from you. Price them too low and you’ll undercut your… More →