WordPress News Digest for Friday, January 13, 2017

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How to build your WooCommerce store to last

By / — Learn how to build a WooCommerce store, piece by piece, that will run smoothly for many years to come. The post How to build your WooCommerce store to last appeared first on WooCommerce. More →

What makes a great customization experience?

By / — Customization is one of the core focuses for 2017. We’ll be focusing on creating a great editing experience first, and then we’ll be extending that experience to encompass site building and customization. There’s a lot of work we can do… More →

Commit Access Conversations with JJJ

By / — Last week I had the pleasure of sitting down with my good friend John James Jacoby and recorded an episode for his new podcast Commit Access.  I always enjoy chatting with John and that’s exactly what his new podcast format… More →

Six Lessons From Six Years of Web Design Freelancing Featuring Josh Hall — The Divi Nation Podcast, Episode 24

By / — We’re back with new Divi Nation interviews, WordPress stories, and lessons from the Divi Community! This week we’ve got Josh Hall on the show. Josh has been a web design entrepreneur for six years now, he’s an active member of… More →

Xdebug, Visual Studio Code, and MAMP

By / — Xdebug and Visual Studio Code are two things that can really help your development when writing code. Here's how to set up Xdebug in the IDE. Xdebug, Visual Studio Code, and MAMP was written by Tom. For more on WordPress,… More →

Weekly WordPress News: WordPress 4.7.1 and Google Mobile Popup Penalty

By / — This week, WordPress 4.7 got a minor tweak to fix some security and maintenance issues. Freemius also has a good breakdown of the reasoning behind their decision to start using a WordPress page builder. And if you’re using mobile pop-ups on… More →

WP Ninjas Friday Roundup 1/13

By / — Welcome to the WP Ninjas Friday Roundup! The new year is off to a great start around here and we hope that yours is as well! We’ve started the gears turning on some great new ideas that I can only tease… More →

Can AMP and SVGs Be Friends?

By / — If you're too lazy to read, the answer is "Don't use SVGs on AMP pages." The post Can AMP and SVGs Be Friends? appeared first on Half-Elf on Tech. More →

18 Best Church WordPress Themes for Your Church (2017)

By / — Are you looking for the best WordPress themes for churches? Most popular WordPress themes are designed to cater business or personal websites, which makes it difficult to find the perfect theme for churches and religious organizations. In this article, we… More →

5 Smart Content Marketing Goals to Set Your Sights On

By / — Are you curious why content marketing doesn’t seem to work for every business? A lot of business owners believe that simply having a blog will be enough for a steady stream of new customers to start pouring in. Sorry, that’s… More →

The Complete Guide to the WordPress Theme Customizer

By / — WordPress 4.7 was released with a ton of great new features (which you can check out here), including some user experience and user interface upgrades to the theme Customizer. In case you’re hearing about the Customizer for the first time,… More →

WordPress eCommerce Week on the Web: January 13, 2017 – BobWP

By / — This week brought some good stuff on order confirmation emails, customer relationships, affiliate marketing, selling on Amazon via Spotify, droppshipping, and an extensive guide on eCommerce software. More →

How to Manage Multiple WordPress Websites Using ManageWP

By / — Running a single WordPress website is complicated, but managing several at once can require seemingly herculean effort. In fact, it may be too much work for you to handle unless you know a trick or two to increase your efficiency. ManageWP enables you… More →

20 Tips To Improve The Speed of Your WordPress Website

By / — Almost anyone who runs a website understands that speed is a serious deal on the internet. But do you know how fast exactly your website is? You can check your website speed at Pingdom, GTmetrics, or WebPageTest or Page Speed Tools.… More →

WPWeekly Episode 259 – 2016 Year in Review Part 2

By / — In this episode, Marcus Couch and I recap the news that made headlines during the second half of 2016. I explain why there wasn’t a show last week and we close out the episode with our predictions for 2017. We’ll… More →

EP218 – Tying it all together, processes for your WordPress powered business – WPwatercooler

By / — This week on WPwatercooler we’re going to be talking about making WordPress work for you and your business processes. From customer intake to invoicing and deliverables we’ll try and cover it all for you this week on WPwatercooler. The post… More →

Weekly Roundup: January 13, 2017

By / — 2017 is already off to a rolling start! Lots of great updates and tutorials to browse through this weekend, enjoy 🙂 New or Updated Plugins & Themes AffiliateWP has released a beta version of 2.0 which includes integrations with WPForms,… More →