WordPress News Digest for Monday, September 11, 2017

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WordPress Weekly Digest: 9/11/17

By / — Every week brings fresh updates and news in the world of WordPress. This week we talk about all things SEO, automatic WordPress updates and more!  Doc Pop’s News Drop: Should WordPress Auto-Update Older Versions? Is it realistic and plausible to… More →

Introducing the Agency Partner Program [Upcoming Webinar]

By / — WP Engine prides itself on being the affiliate partner of choice. We recognize that our affiliate partners bring unignorable value to our company. For that reason, we want to ensure that we are the Partner of Choice. We aim to provide… More →

TransferWise: The Best Solution We’ve Found for International Payments

By / — This year, we’ve been working regularly with Alex Denning, a young gentleman in the UK who founded WPShout way back in 2009 and who is now a really, really outstanding marketing consultant. More →

7 Vital Steps to Take Before Launching a WordPress Website

By / — Launching your first WordPress website is an exciting experience. For many it is the start of a new adventure, but… The post 7 Vital Steps to Take Before Launching a WordPress Website appeared first on WPExplorer. More →

New Guide on How to Implement HTTPS / SSL Certificate

By / — HTTPS is a hot topic among online marketers and SEO professionals who understand the future of the web needs to be more secure. Not just for the good of the internet, but to increase visibility and lower the chances of… More →

Building a Product Review Site with Extra – Part 1

By / — Welcome to part 1 of this 4 part series on how to develop a product review site using Extra. If you are racking your brain on how to get started with developing a product review site, this series is for… More →

This week in WordPress Accessibility, September 4th, 2017

By / — Transcript of the meeting Agenda ARIA roles in Underscores theme. CodeMirror. Automated accessibility testing. Gutenberg Open floor / Go crazy. ARIA roles in Underscores theme We removed ARIA roles from Underscores theme couple months ago. But WAI-ARIA 1.1 and HTML… More →

5 Essentials for WordPress Landing Pages that Convert

By / — Landing pages are a marketing essential for any business with a website, as these serve as a web page where […] The post 5 Essentials for WordPress Landing Pages that Convert appeared first on Pagely®. More →

Libraries for WordPress Plugins, Part 3

By / — The final post in a series about the libraries for WordPress plugins that my team and I use when working on high-quality solutions for others. More →

5 questions: Roy Huiskes – Chapter42

By / — “SEO is more about being in ALL the right places at the right time.” That’s how SEO and internet marketer Roy Huiskes describes the importance of a complete online presence. He has worked in the business since 2003 and consulted… More →

10 Fun Ways to Use the Element of Surprise in Your Site Design

By / — Did you know that Rick Astley’s “Never Gonna Give You Up” turned 30 this year? Even if that name doesn’t ring a bell, there’s a strong possibility you’ve unintentionally encountered the music video for it at some point, thanks to… More →

Helpful WordPress Keyboard Shortcuts to Help You Work Faster

By / — When you move your mouse around the screen, it might seem like you’re moving quickly. But I promise you that no amount of quick mouse movement is as fast as tapping a few keys on your keyboard. That’s why WordPress… More →

Complete Guide: How To Choose And Install WordPress Plugins

By / — WordPress plugins are helpful extensions that let you add extra functionality to your WordPress site. They can handle small things, like showing related posts to your visitors, as well as large things, like turning your WordPress site into a fully… More →

WordPress Alternatives to Squarespace Features

By / — Squarespace is a popular platform for beginners and those who don’t want to deal with any of the complications of platforms like WordPress. This is understandable. With all of the choices to make, WordPress can feel overwhelming. WordPress can still… More →

Multisite Agenda for the week of September 11th

By / — Office Hours Agenda This is the agenda for the weekly office hours meeting on in #core-multisite. Further discuss the approach on #29684, particularly the following questions: Is get_main_site_id() useful enough on its own to merge it into core as a… More →

20 Newest WordPress Themes of Summer 2017

By / — Ready to check a collection of 20 Newest WordPress Themes for your business? It’s not a secret, that the most effective way to help your business grow is to build a website. To ensure the credibility and ensure your business… More →

Podcast E185 – All about cPanel – Part 3: Site Improvement Tools & Visitor Stats

By / — This week I talk about c-Panel: Part 3 – Site Improvement Tools & Site Stats [powerpress] More →

How to Plan The First Advertising Campaign for Your Online Store – BobWP

By / — Planning that first advertising campaign for your online store can be a challenge. Marjorie Clayman will tell you how the online retailer can get started right. More →

How to Create and Add Cinemagraphs in WordPress

By / — Do you want to learn how to create and add Cinemagraphs in your WordPress posts? Cinemagraphs are images with one part or area moving while rest of the image stays still. These images are highly engaging and add an storytelling… More →

“The Final Word” Plugin Extends O2 to Pin a Highlighted Comment to the Top of a Thread

By / — “The Final Word” is a new plugin that extends O2 to highlight a comment at the top of a thread. O2 is the plugin successor to P2, Automattic’s group blogging theme that introduced quick posting from the front page with… More →

Weekly Design Updates

By / — This is the weekly call for updates for those contributing to design, as outlined here. The idea of these it to keep all designers connected. If you are contributing to design please add your reply as a comment to this… More →