WordPress News Digest for Friday, November 13, 2015

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10 Great WordPress Plugins to Manage an Editorial Workflow

By / — We all know that managing a WordPress multi-author site or blog can be difficult and time-consuming. It takes an enormous… The post 10 Great WordPress Plugins to Manage an Editorial Workflow appeared first on Best Premium & Free WordPress Themes. More →

Aesop Interactive LLC Acquired by Anonymous Buyer

By / — Earlier this year, Nick Haskins, founder of Aesop Interactive LLC, announced he was selling the company. Haskins was initially going to list the company on Flippa but after receiving advice from Syed Balkhi, used FE International to facilitate the sale.… More →

Create a Universe of Quotes and Forms with ez Form Calculator

By / — Today's businesses are bound to provide fast and efficient feedback to customer's enquiries, yet these often take too much time off one's hands. If you're a business owner and are in a similar situation, why not make things easier? More →

Fred Speaking at WordCamp US!

By / — We’re delighted to announce that our own Fred Meyer will be speaking at the first ever WordCamp US! WordCamp US is being held in Philadelphia this year, on December 4th-6th. Tickets are still available but going fast, so don’t miss… More →

Hi I have been translated this plugin https…

By / — Hi, I have been translated this plugin https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp-plugins/table-of-contents-plus/dev/zh-tw/default in zh_TW. And what’s the next for confirm my submitted? Can I join the zh_TW team for translation? More →

How Shenandoah University Stays Current, Flexible, Fast

By / — Throwing money and resources at a problem rarely addresses its root cause. It may be a Band-Aid—but it’s temporary and often unsustainable. Over the course of the past several years, Shenandoah University has migrated between multiple web hosts, hoping to… More →

How to Create Sitemaps for WordPress to Help Search Engines Rank You

By / — Sitemaps help search engines crawl your website efficiently and effectively, discovering posts and pages that might otherwise have lain in hiding. Here's how to set one up for your site. More →

How to Share Private Posts with User Groups in WordPress

By / — WordPress allows you to create private posts and even password protected posts. The problem with private posts is that you need to have editor level permissions to see this post. But what if you wanted to share post with only… More →

It Happened. My New BobWP Stories Blog. – BobWP

By / — Today I am announcing my new blog, BobWP on WordPress. It’s going to be different than what you find here. Stories, images and memes about WordPress and my experiences with clients and the WordPress community. The post It Happened. My… More →

It’s going to be okay. – The Oatmeal

By / — A rare, serious, biographical comic from The Oatmeal. Go read it — it’s really good food for thought. It’s going to be okay. – The Oatmeal Original Article: It’s going to be okay. – The Oatmeal Dougal Campbell's geek ramblings… More →

JOIN Two Tables in WordPress

By / — In a previous posts, I've talked about how to: – View the last query that WordPress executed – Select `DISTINCT` records in WordPress There's a lot more to do than just viewing the last query and selecting distinct rows, though.… More →

November 12th Support Team meetup summary

By / — Items discussed at today’s Support Team meetup: WordPress 4.4 beta 4 testing It’s up to beta 4, please test and test again. Give Aaron Jorbin’s WordPress 4.4: Field Guide a read, it’s very good. Aaron also suggested in the Slack… More →

The Security of a Lifetime License

By / — StudioPress ups and downs the value in their pro-plan, making me think about the hidden value of a lifetime license. More →

WP Ninjas Friday Roundup 11/13

By / — Welcome to this week’s Friday Roundup! We have a load of great content to review this week, but before we get into it all, I’d like to take a moment to point you towards a super exciting development for WP… More →

Web 2.0 Made Awesome: 9 Best WordPress Comments Plugins

By / — Ever written an amazing blog post only to be greeted by deafening silence? No retweets, no shares, and – perhaps most importantly of all – no comments? It’s a deeply worrying feeling for a site owner as, without comments, it’s… More →

Weekly SEO Recap: Google directions

By / — A couple of interesting small tidbits this week, that all together show the direction (Google) search is heading in. Let’s dive into this weeks news: Google bolding answers to questions Remember the Hummingbird update? Google worked on being able to… More →

Weekly WordPress News: Competition, WP Remote for Sale, Side Projects & More.

By / — This week we have a competition here on WPLift to win 1 of 5 Monstroid Theme licenses, provided by TemplateMonster. Monstroid is a huge WordPress theme with over 30 child themes for many different niches, check out the details and… More →

WordCamp Sacramento Slides and Notes

By / — I was the 5:00 p.m. speaker in the advanced track at WordCamp Sacramento 2015–the last presentation of the day. I figured I'd be lucky if five people showed up, based on my own experience of collapsing from brain overload before… More →