WordPress News Digest for Friday, May 12, 2017

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InfiniteWP vs ManageWP: Which is the Better WordPress Management Tool?

By / — I think you will agree when I say: Managing a couple of WordPress sites is no easy task. I mean, with… The post InfiniteWP vs ManageWP: Which is the Better WordPress Management Tool? appeared first on WPExplorer. More →

Website Availability and Security When Migrating Hosts

By / — Website security is a continuous process. It’s not something that should be turned on when the time is right; rather integrated into the full scope of how you deploy a website, maintain it, and ensure the safety of your visitors.… More →

My Role: H. Cyrus Kia

By / — Title: Customer Support Platform Engineer WHO AM I? My love for tinkering, giving and nomadic tendencies were instilled in me […] The post My Role: H. Cyrus Kia appeared first on Pagely®. More →

The Logistics of Doing a Divi Client Site in 24 Hours Featuring Jake Kramer – The Divi Nation Podcast, Episode 44

By / — Hey Divi Nation, we’ve got a great show for you this week with guest Jake Kramer of Artillery Media and Pageinaday.com. Jake is a young guy who has teamed up with our guest from last week, John Wooten, to run… More →

Reading the news in 2017

By / — Is advertising getting more pervasive on the web? It’s hard to tell without data at hand but I’ve been seeing more and more things like the following screenshot. Three ads for one paragraph of content on my screen. Never mind… More →

Win a golden ticket to WooConf

By / — We’re hosting a conference this October for WooCommerce developers, the one and only WooConf! In fact early bird tickets went on sale just last week. Our theme for this year is open eCommerce, and in the spirit of the gathering we’re… More →

9 Reasons Why WordPress Freelancers Need a Daily Schedule (and How to Make One)

By / — Life as a WordPress freelancer is pretty awesome. You work with (what we all know to be) the best content management system. You set your own prices. You pick the clients you want to work with. And you get to… More →

How do I determine what my cornerstone articles are?

By / — Cornerstone articles are those articles that are most important to your website. These are the articles you would like to rank high in the search engines. Cornerstone articles are usually explainers; relatively long articles combining insights from different blog posts.… More →

Defining Yourself

By / — Defining yourself requires a lot more guts than people warn you about. The post Defining Yourself appeared first on Half-Elf on Tech. More →

How to Disable Gravatar Author Images and Add Your Own

By / — WordPress allows us to use custom avatars that we upload to Gravatar. The Gravatar images are assigned to our accounts and follow us from one website to another, helping identify the author whether it’s a blog post or comment. This… More →

Responsive Theme’s Journey with CyberChimps

By / — This timeline will take you on a journey of Responsive Theme from a Simple WordPress Theme to a celebrated parent theme. More →

CSS Hour Glass

By / — This is part of the CSS loader series that show different loaders that can be used in your application to show the user the app is processing and to please… More →

EP234 – WordPress eCommerce – Optimizing WooCommerce

By / — This week on WPwatercooler – Optimizing your WooCommcerce so you can sell more using your WordPress website. The post EP234 – WordPress eCommerce – Optimizing WooCommerce appeared first on WPwatercooler. More →

Weekly Roundup: May 12, 2017

By / — Where has the time gone this season? Hope you’re all enjoying a wonderful May — enjoy some of the tips or guides below with your spring weather (or fall, depending on where in the world you are 🙂 ). New… More →

Dev Chat Summary: May 10th (4.8 week 2)

By / — This post summarizes the dev chat meeting from May 10th (agenda, Slack archive). 4.8 Timing Reminder of Beta 1 on Friday, the complete 4.8 schedule is on Make/Core At this point we’re not trying to get anything in 4.8 besides the core… More →