WordPress News Digest for Tuesday, April 14, 2015

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12 Most Useful WordPress Custom Post Types Tutorials

By / — WordPress allows you to create your own custom content types. These content types are called custom post types. You can use them to add custom content like products, reviews, recipes, etc. In this article, we will share the 12 most… More →

20 of the Best Responsive Free Magazine WordPress Themes for 2015

By / — Magazine WordPress Themes remain a popular choice for bloggers who wish to provide content around a certain subject that is more suited a news publication style layout instead of the traditional personal blog layout. These types of themes usually have… More →

5 Tips For More Effective Email Marketing Campaigns

By / — Email marketing is a fantastic way for you to keep in touch with your customers, learn about them, and create a loyal relationship between the two of you. It can be planned so that your customers receive your message at a… More →

Give: Keep 100% of Donations with this Free and Easy to Use WordPress Plugin

By / — If you want to accept donations through your WordPress website, then the free Give plugin provides an easy way to do so. Not only that, but this plugin allows you to keep 100% of the donations you receive. Another benefit… More →

Handbook Examples: Templates

By / — Templates are a great way to make a theme unique and special. Making sure you are using the right one can tricky. This week let us focus on templates. Required: If used in theme, standard template files are required to be… More →

Have You Seen Hookr.io Lately?

By / — Early last year a new online resource was launched for WordPress developers called Hookr.io. The website is described as The WordPress Hook/API Index, but it is so much more. Fast forward to today and Hookr.io has just launched a new… More →

How To Password Protect a Page Easily in WordPress – BobWP

By / — In this short tutorial I will show you how to use the plugin Smart Passworded Pages to easily password protect a single page on your site. The post How To Password Protect a Page Easily in WordPress appeared first on… More →

How to Successfully Sell with Social Proof

By / — Social proof means that potential readers, customers, or followers will make a decision based on a larger group’s previous decisions. Fast Company states that you can narrow down the topic to five different types of social proof: Wisdom from your friends… More →

Isotope 2.2 And Up is GPL Compatible

By / — For a long time, the Isotope jquery library has had a commercial license that made it not really compatible with the GPL. Isotope v2.2.0 has shipped with revised licensing model that is GPLv3 by default. Purchasing a commercial license allows… More →

Minimum wage of $70,000 a Year

By / — The owner of Gravity Payments, a credit card processor in Seattle, said he heard stories of how tough it was to make ends meet even on salaries that exceeded the federal minimum wage. This is a pretty radical experiment by… More →

Please check Russian translate of https translate wordpress…

By / — Please check Russian translate of https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/rosetta and https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/rosetta/apps More →

Running PHP7-FPM Nightly Build on Ubuntu 14.04

By / — As I’m writing this, the calendar shows April 14 2015. According to the PHP 7.0 timeline, it has a projected release date of November 2015. But if you want to try it out (to check out the speed), you can already… More →

SEO in-depth: Understanding and optimizing the WordPress robots.txt

By / — When it comes to SEO, most people have a decent understanding of the basics. They know about keywords, and how they should show up in different places throughout their content. They have heard of on-page SEO, and […] The post SEO in-depth:… More →

Start With The Result 

By / — Starting with the results helps refocus the day, clear away busy work, and make sure your actions and time are being spent with an eye on the results you want to achieve. Results, not just work. Sara Rosso writes Start With… More →

Tips for Hosting WordPress on Pantheon

By / — Pantheon has long been hosting Drupal sites, and their entry into the WordPress hosting marketplace is quite welcome. For the most part, hosting WordPress sites on Pantheon is a dream for developers. Their command line tools and git-based development deployments, and… More →

WP Engine Helps Startups’ Sites Survive The Shark Tank Effect

By / — The Shark Tank Effect is real. When a growing business appears on the popular ABC reality show, success can be swift. For most Shark Tank companies, their site floods with traffic during the show’s airing. And for weeks after, the… More →

WPSessions Changes Pricing Structure, Live WordPress Training Events are Now 100% Free

By / — WPSessions founder Brian Richards announced a radical shift in his pricing structure this week. The site was launched two years ago to provide developer education through videos that allow customers to learn from WordPress experts. Live events are now 100%… More →

What is a WordPress Developer

By / — Over the past few years, the number one thing that I hear from many clients goes something like this: Our previous developer has gone AWOL on us and our project isn’t complete. What a total bummer, right? I mean, as far… More →

What to Expect in WordPress 4.2: Theme Switching and Emoji Everywhere

By / — WordPress 4.2 is due to be shipped next week and includes a bunch of new features. Here's our round-up of what to expect in the new release, including screenshots and a bit of history behind the features-as-plugins. More →

Why We Love Repetition

By / — What is music? There’s no end to the parade of philosophers who have wondered about this, but most of us feel confident saying: ‘I know it when I hear it.’ Still, judgments of musicality are notoriously malleable. That new club… More →

WordPress Frameworks: 8 experts, 3 questions

By / — Guys from TemplateMonster have interviewed some world famous WordPress experts to see what they think about WordPress frameworks. As you might know, a WordPress framework is a simple and time-saving solution for WordPress developers, especially if they need to build… More →

WordPress Hooks, Actions, and Filters: What They Do and How They Work

By / — Hooks are one of the most important ideas in WordPress development. More →

WordPress for Android Version 3.9 Adds Two-Factor Authentication and Improvements to the Media Library

By / — The mobile developers behind WordPress for Android released version 3.9 today on Google Play. The app now supports two-factor authentication without the need for application passwords. In the past, WordPress mobile apps required an extra step wherein you would generate… More →

Wordfence Premium Adds the Ability to Audit User Passwords in WordPress

By / — By utilizing the power of graphical processing units and partnering with Netriver, Wordfence can simulate a password cracking attempt using a library that contains more than 260 million passwords. The library is made up of previous hacks on major websites… More →