WordPress News Digest for Wednesday, July 13, 2016

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A New Normal

By / — Every now and again, what was normal before shifts and we find ourselves in a space called "a new normal".<…> This shouldn't be a surprise to anyone, because as the adage goes, the only constant in life is change. What… More →

Adding Post Meta Data to Quick Edit

By / — A practical example of adding post meta data to quick edit, and wondering why we have to cry so much when we do it. More →

Blog or vlog?

By / — Making short video blogs (vlogs) can be a great way to attract new audiences and to entertain or surprise your current audience. It could make the blog on your website livelier. But is it always a good idea? And what… More →

Design chat agenda for July 14

By / — This week’s chat is at the usual time tomorrow at . What are we going to chat about? We currently have one subject, but please leave your comments for other things to discuss. About page for 4.6. Look forward to… More →

Dev Chat Summary: July 13th, 2016

By / — WordPress 4.6 Beta 3 and the future. Beta 3 was released today. Please test and report bugs on Trac. There will be one more beta and some RCs, each released at 18:00 UTC like beta 3 was. Dev notes Thanks to everyone who published their… More →

Download The Free Divi Custom Button Module Design Kit

By / — Welcome to Day 44 of our Divi 100 Marathon. Keep tuning in for 100 days in a row of awesome Divi resources as we count down to the amazing release of Divi 3.0 on the final day of the series!… More →

Hello Polyglots I have translated the following plugin…

By / — Hello Polyglots! I have translated the following plugin Antispam Bee – https://translate.wordpress.org/locale/es/default/wp-plugins/antispam-bee. I would like someone to check the Spanish translation and correct any errors and approve it. #es_ES – @mbrsolution If you have any questions, just comment here. Thank… More →

How to Add Custom Styles to the WordPress Visual Editor

By / — Take a look at your WordPress visual editor. There are some standard options for formatting and styling your content, but… The post How to Add Custom Styles to the WordPress Visual Editor appeared first on Best Premium & Free WordPress… More →

How to Create Automated Website Screenshots in WordPress

By / — We were visiting one of our favorite sites (Binary Moon) and noticed this extremely cool service that WordPress has. Most people do not even know that WordPress has an option which lets you take screenshots of any website. The post… More →

How to automate your subscriptions site (and save hours)

By / — Running a subscriptions-based business, or simply adding subscriptions to your existing online store, can result in some amazing things — higher revenue, happier customers, and a unique value proposition that helps you stand out in your industry. Less amazing than the results,… More →

Je ne veux pas aller travailler – What Being Welsh at Euro 2016 Meant to Me

By / — Last Wednesday night, I cried myself to sleep. I’ve been getting a little emotional in my advancing years, as films and even the John Lewis adverts at Christmas have seen me well up, but the last time I cried before… More →

Meet Theme-friendly Cart66: Accepting Donations, Buy Now Links and Invoice Payments – BobWP – Your Trusted WordPress Source

By / — In this review we look at the eCommerce solution for WordPress Cart66 and focus on four features. How simple it is to insert an "Add Cart" button to any page or post, adding Buy Now links and creating Buy Now… More →

Notes from the Polyglots chat on July, 13th

By / — Locale stats Translations: 162 locales. 8 locales at 100%. 58 locales have more than 95%. 1 locale has more than 90%. 28 locales have more than 50%. 58 locales have less than 50%. 9 locales don᾿t have a WP project.… More →

Plugin Directory v3 Beta Open for Feedback

By / — If your work in WordPress involves frequent use of the Plugin Directory, don’t miss this opportunity to check out the Beta version the meta team is currently working on. Yesterday, Automattic developer Konstantin Obenland announced that Beta is now open for testing.… More →

Single Responsibility Principle: Option Pages

By / — Secondly, review the code in this gist as this is the basis for the rest of the content of this article. Specifically, I'm going to be taking the above principle and try to apply it to the code. Single Responsibility… More →

WPML 3.4 Streamlines Multilingual WooCommerce Sites

By / — WPML 3.4 and WooCommerce Multilingual 3.8 introduce an updated user interface and much improved workflow for translating WooCommerce sites. This update comes from extensive usability testing and helps compatibility with many WooCommerce extensions. More →

WP_Post_Type in 4.6

By / — WordPress 4.6 will introduce a new WP_Post_Type class. This changes the global $wp_post_types to an array of WP_Post_Type objects. WP_Post_Type provides methods to handle post type supports, rewrite rules, meta boxes, hooks, and taxonomies. These methods are used internally by… More →

Week In Core, July 6 – July 12 2016

By / — Welcome back the latest issue of Week in Core, covering changes [37980-38039]. Here are the highlights: 59 commits 39 contributors 61 tickets created 3 tickets reopened 20 tickets closed Ticket numbers based on trac timeline for the period above. The… More →

Weekly Dev Chat Agenda for July 13 — Twelve Weeks Later

By / — Agenda for the weekly dev meeting on : WordPress 4.6 Beta 3 Dev notes / Ticket goals About page / Release video Brainstorming document Project updates register_meta() Font Natively Shiny Updates Component announcements/updates Open discussion If you have anything to propose… More →

Why You Should Use Jetpack in 2016: A Look at the Best Modules

By / — Jetpack is an extremely popular plugin and one that is frequently discussed amongst WordPress users. But what exactly is Jetpack and why should you be using it in 2016? The post Why You Should Use Jetpack in 2016: A Look… More →

WordPress 4.6 Beta 3

By / — WordPress 4.6 Beta 3 is now available! This software is still in development, so we don’t recommend you run it on a production site. Consider setting up a test site just to play with the new version. To test WordPress… More →

dbDelta() updates in 4.6

By / — dbDelta() is a function which helps to modify the database based on specified SQL statements. In WordPress 4.6 this function has been updated to resolve some long standing bugs. Normalized index definitions Previously, dbDelta() compared the raw SQL data for index… More →

register_meta() discussion on Thursday, July 14

By / — Howdy! There will be a meeting in #core at to discuss the changes in register_meta() for the 4.6 release. The dev notes have been published, but there is still work to be done to ensure things are great. Of particular interest is… More →