WordPress News Digest for Tuesday, December 13, 2016

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Save Big With These Web Week Discounts

By / — ‘Tis the season for spectacular deals! In celebration of Web Week, we’d like to share some of the best discounts from our affiliates this season. Just in case you didn’t know, Web Week is a week-long event – December 26… More →

It’s Your Last Week to Review Your Web Host!

By / — Through the 30-second survey below, you can help us create an up-to-date, honest review of WordPress hosts. More →

Tracking WP PHP Object Injection Attackers in November

By / — Over the past month or so I have been monitoring the activity of a series of attacks against our hosting […] The post Tracking WP PHP Object Injection Attackers in November appeared first on Pagely®. More →

Using the Divi Gallery Module to Create a Tiled Gallery with Custom Padding

By / — This post is part 2 of 5 in our mini series titled 5 Impressive Divi Gallery Layouts and How to Create Them. Stay tuned for all five unique examples of the gallery module and tutorials on how to achieve them!… More →

Results From The 2016 WordPress Industry Survey

By / — Last month the WP Engine publication Torque conducted a WordPress industry survey with 300-plus participants. While a whopping 27 percent of websites are powered by WordPress (and growing), this survey aims takes a deeper look at WordPress’ thriving industry to better… More →

WordPress Development Tools (As Of Today)

By / — I'm periodically asked what WordPress development tools I use. I realize I share things that I use, I've not listed them all in one post. WordPress Development Tools (As Of Today) was written by Tom. For more on WordPress, development,… More →

Customizing WooCommerce Emails with These Hooks

By / — Customizing WooCommerce emails is not terribly difficult assuming that you're familiar with how the WordPress hook system works. Customizing WooCommerce Emails with These Hooks was written by Tom. For more on WordPress, development, and resources then visit Tom McFarlin's blog. More →

How to Create a Drudge Report Clone Using WP-Drudge

By / — Here at WP Mayor we have expressed the importance of content aggregation and curation for establishing your website as a go-to resource for breaking news in your niche. In fact, we have even shared with you some of the best… More →

Adverbs and Americans

By / — Adverbs have all but disappeared from American English much to my dismay. Thankfully, at least for now, the Brits are holding on to them. Adverbs and Americans was written by Dave at Dave Clements. More →

Yoast SEO 4.0: lightning fast internal linking

By / — After months of hard work, we are ready to show Yoast SEO 4.0 to the world. In this version, we’re shipping an awesome Premium feature that many of you will find very, very helpful. We’ve figured out how to make… More →

Stuck in a Career Rut? Get out of It with WordPress Careers Masterclass

By / — Are you starting out working with WordPress and need some guidance? Have you been using WordPress as a hobby but now want to turn it into a full-time job? Or maybe you’re stuck in a career rut and need some… More →

If You Are a Freelancer, Make It Easy For Your Clients to Pay You – BobWP

By / — If you freelance, the key is to make it as easy as possible for your clients to pay you. Some online tips here will help you. More →

Storytelling for a Better Business – Part 2: How to Master Storytelling

By / — There’s a good reason we see a new trending term — storytelling — showing up for businesses heading into 2017. It’s a powerful way to communicate and make your message memorable. Having the right type of story for your audience… More →

How to Disable PDF Thumbnail Previews in WordPress

By / — Recently, one of our readers asked us how to disable PDF thumbnail previews in WordPress. Introduced in WordPress 4.7, this feature creates thumbnail images for all PDF files that you upload. In this article, we will show you how to… More →

25+ Best WordPress Themes for Educational Institutions in 2016

By / — Nowadays, it’s an absolute necessity that your educational institution has a website. But if you’re busy helping people learn, you probably don’t want to spend all the time and effort to have one developed from scratch. That’s where this post… More →

Site structure training: now available!

By / — You want your site to appear high in the search engines. You want extra traffic and more customers and/or sales. And what you want most, is to outrank the competition. In order to do so, you can apply all kinds of… More →

VueJS: Vue Router Change Page

By / — Sometimes while you're developing you find situations where you need to redirect to a different page or go back to the last page. For example you could have a form… More →

Harare, Zimbabwe Hosts Its First WordCamp

By / — WordCamp Harare, the first ever WordCamp in Zimbabwe, was held over the weekend at the Harare City Library. Harare was selected out of 182 applicants as one of the three locations for the WordCamp Incubator Program. The experimental program launched… More →

WordPress 2.7 Is the Role Model for How Design Can Lead the Way

By / — When Matt Mullenweg, co-creator of the WordPress open source project, announced that design would lead the way for WordPress development in 2017, utilizing user research and mockups, the first thing that came to my mind was WordPress 2.7. That release… More →