WordPress News Digest for Monday, September 12, 2016

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All the Top Managed WordPress Hosts Compared

By / — Choosing the right web host is one of the most important decisions to make, and also one of the most difficult. Good hosting is critical for truly optimizing the end user’s experience; however, it’s easy to feel confused when trying to… More →

Ask Yoast: 301 or 302 redirect?

By / — You’ve deleted a post or page. Of course you know that you’re not done yet though! You’ll have to create a redirect, to avoid that visitors will land on your 404 page. Perhaps your site has a page that shows the information… More →

Business Partners And Soulmates, The Codeable Story

By / — This year at WordCamp Split, I was lucky enough to have met both Per and Tomaž, and I got the opportunity to talk to them about Codeable.io, how it all began, their business challenges, and the future of Codeable. Read… More →

Debugging cPanel’s Default Webpage

By / — Automating all the things sometimes ends in disaster. Trust your tools, but remember how to debug. More →

Dev Chat Summary: September 7 (4.7 week 3)

By / — This post summarizes the dev chat meeting from September 7th (agenda, Slack archive). Update on 4.6.1 4.6.1 shipped this morning! https://wordpress.org/news/2016/09/wordpress-4-6-1-security-and-maintenance-release/ had to pull back one fix (#37696) due to a regression before release, please help review that ticket in… More →

EP204 – Recap of WordCamp Los Angeles #WCLAX – WPwatercooler

By / — This week on WPwatercooler we’ll be recapping WordCamp Los Angeles #WCLAX 2016. We’ll be speaking with the organizers of the event and recapping the events that occurred during it. Show airs September 12 at 11am PDT / 2pm EDT /… More →

Faster deployment of language packs for themes and plugins

By / — Since last Friday language packs for themes and plugins are no longer generated every 6-12 hours. Language packs are now build 30 minutes after a change to a translation or an import for new translations has happened. This means that when you… More →

Fun Shopping Finds

By / — In midst of a crazy couple of weeks, some retail therapy and cool finds. I’m most excited about The Napsack, a sleeping bag which you can also wear as a coat, from a company called Poler that has a lot… More →

How To Enhance Screenshots for Your WordPress Posts – BobWP – Your Trusted WordPress Source

By / — Whether you use screenshots in your posts for tutorials, sharing visuals or anything else, make sure that they are big enough for everyone to be able to understand and see. The post How To Enhance Screenshots for Your WordPress Posts… More →

How to Create a Custom User Registration Form in WordPress

By / — Do you want to create a custom front-end user registration form in WordPress? The default WordPress user registration form shows WordPress branding and does not match your site’s theme. In this article, we will show you how to create a… More →

How to Fix the WordPress Sidebar Below Content Issue

By / — The sidebar, header and footer have their names for good reason. They’re descriptive, telling you where each element should exist on a web page. So, when your sidebar, which should exist to the left or right of your content, appears… More →

KeyCDN Giveaway – Win a 1TB CDN Account

By / — Enter below to win 1 of 3, 1TB CDN accounts from KeyCDN to turbocharge your website. KeyCDN KeyCDN is a… More →

Live Interview: 10Up’s John Eckman on Client Relations

By / — At WP Engine, we’re passionate about helping our customers learn and grow. In keeping with that ethos, we proudly present “Finely Tuned Expert,” a series of interviews with some of the brightest talents in tech, marketing, and (naturally) WordPress. On… More →

ManageWP Orion – Manage Multiple WordPress Websites from a Single Dashboard

By / — ManageWP Orion is an update to ManageWP Classic. It’s a WordPress management service that simplifies management of multiple WordPress websites from a single dashboard. You don’t have to login to each website individually. You can perform all of the daily,… More →

Pluton Theme Review: A Free Multi-Purpose WordPress Theme

By / — Pluton is a multi-purpose WordPress theme that works best when used as a business or WooCommerce theme. It’s entirely free, but free and premium add-ons that extend the theme’s functionality are available. Let’s see what this theme has to offer.… More →

The Right Way of Creating a WordPress Child Theme

By / — Raise your hand if you have customized more than 5 WordPress sites. Keep it raised if it’s more than 10. If I get to 20, and your hand is still raised, then it's hard for me to imagine that you… More →

Theodore Roosevelt

By / — Theodore Roosevelt’s story is an incredible one. He is my favorite president, but he was also much more than a president. He was a complicated man, an indisputable genius, a charismatic statesman, an insatiable scholar, and so much more. Theodore… More →

Torque Weekly Digest: 9/12/16

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 on GoDaddy’s acquisition of WP Manage, how to perfect your photography and writing blog, and more. Dedicated to informing new and advanced WordPress users… More →

What Are Tooltips Good For Anyway? 6 Simple Options for WordPress

By / — When we recently talked about tips for decluttering your website, we were mostly just focused on hiding away secondary pieces of content that were still worthy of inclusion on the site, but that didn’t quite deserve a spot front and… More →

WordPress Plugin Design: Namespaces and Autoloading

By / — WordPress plugin design isn't something we often read about. Instead, we discuss features and things like that but that's just part of it. WordPress Plugin Design: Namespaces and Autoloading was written by Tom. For more on WordPress, development, and resources… More →

WordPress.com vs WordPress.org: Differences, Pros & Cons

By / — As a WordPress blog and a WordPress theme author we’ve seen our fair share of confusion about the differences between… The post WordPress.com vs WordPress.org: Differences, Pros & Cons appeared first on WPExplorer. More →