WordPress News Digest for Friday, May 13, 2016

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10 LinkedIn WordPress Plugins to Win New Customers

By / — Want to bring more users from LinkedIn to your WordPress site? LinkedIn is a popular social networking platform for professionals, which means it has a different and often very focused user base. In this article, we will show you 10… More →

20th WordPress Accessibility test: Add media with Speech Recognition Software

By / — This test is for users of Speech Recognition Software, like Dragon Naturally Speaking. We would like to know how well adding images works in WordPress, what the issues are, what works and what not. So then we know what to… More →

26 Essential Small Business WordPress Plugins

By / — Managing a small business or startup in today’s highly competitive marketplaces comes with a slew of challenges. Fortunately, with WordPress, you have a full arsenal of tools at your disposal to help you rise to those challenges. In the next… More →

Ask Yoast: should I never buy links?

By / — We understand that, at times, you might be tempted to buy links. Who doesn’t want to start ranking quickly? And, would it really harm your site, even if it’s from a “trustworthy” link selling site? Watch this video and know… More →

Community Q&A with Nick Roach, Founder & CEO of Elegant Themes – The Divi Nation Podcast, Episode 22

By / — Since starting the Divi Nation podcast there has been one guest that the entire community has wanted to see on the show. It was an obvious choice as he’s the guy behind all of the great tools Elegant Themes has… More →

GitLab Courts Disgruntled GitHub Customers with Response to Recent Pricing Hike

By / — Yesterday GitHub announced pricing changes that give all paid plans unlimited repositories and change plans to a pricing-per-user model. Individual developers are the most likely customers to benefit from the changes, but many organizations will see an exponential increase in… More →

Happytables Pivots to Provide Restaurant Analytics and Insights

By / — Happytables is changing from being a platform that hosts restaurant websites to one that provides analytics and insights by tapping into apps that restaurants are already using to promote their businesses. The company uses WordPress as a command center for… More →

How Authors With Plugins in the Official Directory Can Use Tags to Get a Moderator’s Attention

By / — It’s almost inevitable that as a WordPress plugin gains popularity, it will receive a bad review. How plugin authors handle and respond to bad reviews is crucial, especially in a public forum. Mika Epstein, who helps review plugins before they’re… More →

Lessons Learned Coding A Big, New WordPress Plugin

By / — Josh Pollock, one of our favorite WordPress developers, released a big plugin this year. Ingot — an automated A/B testing and conversion optimization plugin for WordPress- is the biggest plugin Josh has written from scratch so far, and allowed him to test… More →

Magento SEO: The Homepage Duplicate Content Issue

By / — Isn't your Magento store homepage great? It's the front line of your online attack and I bet you love it (if not, you should probably do something about it). But do you love it enough to have it on your site… More →

Mom on Tinder

By / — If you’re looking for a fun Friday read, check out this story of a young GQ writer who gave control of his Tinder account to his Mom. It’s adorkable. More →

New Resources and Freebies for WordPress

By / — Amazing round-up to revamp your websites with more than 20 alternatives fresh as anything, you'll find printable mockups, a complete GUI pack for Bootstrap 4, a flat style letter template, a printable flyer templates collection. More →

The BobWP eCommerce Wrap-up: May 13, 2016

By / — In this weeks wrap-up we share with you two shows from Do the Woo Podcast, an interview with the founder of XeroShoes.com and a chat with Jeff from Automattic on WooCommerce Connect. And of course some WordPress eCommerce links and… More →

The Perils of Symbol Selection

By / — Understanding symbols and their meanings in the real world application isn't always as easy as we'd wish. More →

Translation of a plugin theme doesn’t reach 100%…

By / — Translation of a plugin/theme doesn’t reach 100% until all the changelog items are translated. Is it true that the translation is not deployed until 100% – that is, until all those notes of changes have been translated? That’s just cruel… More →

Version Control With Git: A Guide From Tower

By / — When it comes to version control with Git, it's no secret that I'm a fan of Tower. In the WordPress development community, it's not at all uncommon to hear others talk about why they love or hate GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket,… More →

WP Ninjas Friday Roundup 5/13

By / — Welcome to the WP Ninjas Friday Roundup! Two big news items this week: 1) If you’ve been following WordPress news at all this week or last, I’m sure you’ve run across reports of the security vulnerability found in our core… More →

WordPress Blogging Tips To Make Your Blog A Success

By / — Since it’s inception blogging has been a fantastic way to share your passion for a subject with other likeminded folks… The post WordPress Blogging Tips To Make Your Blog A Success appeared first on Best Premium & Free WordPress Themes. More →