WordPress News Digest for Friday, June 13, 2014

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A WordPress Event Management Theme: Tyler Review

By / — Tyler is an events management WordPress theme from the Event Manager Blog team who have been blogging about event planning and event technology since 2007. In 2012 their Event Manager Shop was born which allowed the team to offer a… More →

Cat/Bird Graph

By / — Happy Friday! (thanks Mike) More →

Creating a WordPress Web Development Contract: Have You Covered it All?

By / — Making websites and running a business are two very different things. Creative parts of the job are only one part of it; behind the scenes operations are the other half. The thing with the business side of things is that… More →

Crowdfunding Part 1: The Basics

By / — Wouldn’t things be so much easier if we could all plant money trees and have an unlimited stock of cash to use on whatever we wanted? You could create all of those seemingly impossible inventions […] The post Crowdfunding Part… More →

Customers Actually Want to Read Your Business Blog

By / — Have you ever wondered exactly how your business benefits from its blog, or if the time dedicated to developing content is even worth it? Well, if you have, you’re in luck: a recent WP Engine study sheds light on this topic,… More →

CyberChimps Vs InkThemes – World Cup Group B

By / — The post CyberChimps Vs InkThemes – World Cup Group B appeared first on WPin WordPress Blog. More →

Documents from WordPress.com to Help Better Explain WordPress to Clients

By / — WP Tavern recently reported that the WordPress.com VIP team have made publically available the presentations and resources they use to educate new clients on the strengths and features of the WordPress platform. If you find yourself selling WordPress to clients… More →

Examining Three WordPress Theme And Plugin Business Models

By / — Hundreds of thousands of people make a living from the WordPress platform. This includes writers, affiliate marketers, localized website designers, theme developers, plugin developers, and more. There are a number of ways that theme and plugin developers can make a… More →

HSTS and Chromium

By / — The canary rolled over dead and broke my site without a care in the world. Thankfully it was fixable, but this is a case where the bad error message was horrifying. More →

Handy Free Plugin: Only One Category

By / — This is a handy little plugin created by WP Shout blogger and Press Up Inc. developer David Hayes, which you can read about here. If your WordPress site has a policy of only allowing a post to be put into… More →

How to Create Responsive Device Mockups with WordPress

By / — Creating responsive device mockups for products or portfolios can be a pain. Ordinarily, you might first search for a Photoshop template for the specific devices that you need for your mockups. Then you’d most likely take screenshots, cut them up… More →

How to Install WordPress Locally for PC/Windows with XAMPP

By / — Learn how to install XAMPP for Windows, a free, popular and easy to install server environment tool, and run WordPress on your local machine. More →

How to Manage Multiple WordPress sites with iThemes Sync

By / — There are some really great tools available in the market for managing multiple WordPress sites. We are not talking about running WordPress multisite network, which is a totally different thing. We are talking about managing separate installations of WordPress sites.… More →

Is This Post Type in the Theme Post Types?

By / — If you’re in the business of creating WordPress plugins for yourself or for others, then it’s likely that you’ve done work with custom post types. On top of that, there’s a chance that you’ve needed to introduce some functionality into… More →

Lifetime Membership Giveaway! Share Your WPMU DEV Video Testimonial to Win!

By / — Share a video testimonial about why you love WPMU DEV and go into the running to win a Lifetime Membership! More →

StudioPress Vs AppThemes – World Cup Group B

By / — The post StudioPress Vs AppThemes – World Cup Group B appeared first on WPin WordPress Blog. More →

Support Team Update for June 12th

By / — Items discussed at the #wordpress-sfd meetup: The Troubleshooting Handbook The discussion was about organizing the ToC and getting the content from @ipstenu‘s Break/Fix site into that new handbook. Markr (@podz) had put together a spreadsheet and shared it online that… More →

The WhiP Newsletter #22

By / — Daily lashings of WordPress goodness. More →

VersionPress Aims To Bring Version Control To The Masses

By / — When WordPress 3.7 introduced automatic updates, a segment of users pushed back arguing they should be opt-in instead of opt-out. The main concern being that a website administrator wouldn’t have any time to test the update to make sure it… More →

Visual Composer: A Guide To Drag & Drop Page Building

By / — WordPress is great, and being able to customize your WordPress run website is just the icing on the cake. However… The post Visual Composer: A Guide To Drag & Drop Page Building appeared first on Best Premium & Free WordPress… More →

WPExplorer: A WordPress Blog Packed with Free and Premium Themes

By / — WPExplorer is a multi-author WordPress blog that was founded by AJ Clarke. The aim of WPExplorer.com is to be your number one source for all things WordPress related and along with the regular blog posts, and the theme and plugins… More →

WPZOOM Vs Nimbus Themes – World Cup Group A

By / — The post WPZOOM Vs Nimbus Themes – World Cup Group A appeared first on WPin WordPress Blog. More →

WordCamp SF 2014

By / — Howdy, accessibility team! We’re getting ready to publish details about the plans for WordCamp San Francisco this October (which includes the opportunity for a mini team meetup), so if you’re thinking of attending, please read the post at http://make.wordpress.org/updates/2014/06/12/wordcamp-san-francisco-travel-contributor-days/ and… More →

WordPress Tip: Use the WP Local Dev Environment Plugin to Disable External Data Calls

By / — When developing locally without an internet connection, it doesn’t make much sense for WordPress to load external files like fonts or Gravatars. This can slow you down unnecessarily. WP Local Dev Environment is a plugin created by Andrew Norcross for… More →