WordPress News Digest for Friday, April 14, 2017

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X-post: Nearby WordPress Events

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Nearby WordPress Events

By / — In an effort to grow awareness of WordPress community events like WordCamps and meetups, a group of us have been working to upgrade the WordPress News widget, adding WordCamps and meetups, as Matt mentioned in his recent post. We’ve created… More →

“Don’t Go It Alone” Featuring Carl Heaton – The Divi Nation Podcast, Episode 40

By / — Hey Divi Nation, we’re back this week with another episode packed full of useful tips, tricks, and solid advice for anyone interested in created information products. Our guest this week is Carl Heaton of webcoursesbangkok.com, an accredited ecourse and workshop… More →

WordPress Developer Bootcamp via Know The Code

By / — Tonya Mork and friends are looking to offer a WordPress developer bootcamp for those interested in building a WordPress-based business. WordPress Developer Bootcamp via Know The Code was written by Tom. For more on WordPress, development, and resources then visit… More →

Weekly WordPress News: Hacked Routers Attacking WordPress Sites?

By / — This week, Wordfence put out an interesting report detailing how hackers are using compromised routers to attack WordPress sites. The plugin directory also made some minor tweaks to the new layout, most notably bringing back plugin stats. The post Weekly… More →

No Budget? No Excuse. A Practical Guide to Bootstrapping a WordPress Business

By / — So you want to start a WordPress business. That’s exciting! If you have to work in a single platform all day long, I’d say WordPress is a great one to be “stuck” inside of. Aside from the benefits of working… More →

Transition words and SEO

By / — If you’ve been using the readability analysis of Yoast SEO, you’ve probably noticed our check on the use of transition words. You might have been wondering: What are transition words exactly? Why did we include that check in our analysis? Or,… More →

50+ of the Best Feminine, Cute & Girly WordPress Themes [Update 2017]

By / — This list contains all the best cute and feminine WordPress themes. It focuses heavily on blogging themes but also features a few WooCommerce and business themes. These themes are aimed at Mommy Bloggers, Fashion Blogs, Food Bloggers, Parent and Baby… More →

I’ll Know A Duck When I See It

By / — Quack. Quack. Quack. The post I’ll Know A Duck When I See It appeared first on Half-Elf on Tech. More →

How to Use HTML5 Video to Create Animated Gifs at Smaller File Sizes

By / — If you spend even a moderate amount of time online, then you’ll know GIFs are everywhere. Not only are they a great source of humor, but they also make for handy media resources to accompany your content. The problem is,… More →

39 Best Simple WordPress Themes You Should Try (2017)

By / — Are you looking for the most clean, simple and easy to use WordPress theme for your website? Many WordPress themes come with tons of options making it difficult to setup and use. In this article, we have hand-picked some of… More →

Bubbles and Brass

By / — Somewhere last year I decided I needed to start working on something fun that had nothing to do with WordPress. It’s not that I don’t like WordPress anymore or that I’m moving away from it, it’s that I’ve worked with… More →

What I Learned About Creative Blogging from Watching Improv – BobWP

By / — The thinking required in improv is the same kind that can help bloggers break out of the ‘sameness’ mold and produce exceptional content. More →

Side by Side Comparison of Yoast SEO and All-in-One SEO Pack WordPress Plugins

By / — By powering just under 30% of all the websites out there, WordPress is the most popular CMS in the World. So, what makes a single CMS so amazing that more than 300 million people rely on it? The answer is… More →

CSS Dot Loader

By / — This is part of the CSS loader series that show different loaders that can be used in your application to show the user the app is processing and to please… More →

GiveWP Review: A Free Donation Plugin With Good in Mind

By / — Churches from all over the world are known for collecting money for the needy. Non-profits focus on more niche categories like animal rights and targeting large corporations to keep bad ingredients out of our food. As long as you're not… More →

Dev Chat Summary: April 12th (4.7.4 week 6)

By / — This post summarizes the dev chat meeting from April 12th (agenda, Slack archive). 4.7.4 Planning There are currently 23 open tickets in the milestone We had been aiming for an early May release, but an annoying bug (#40305, noted by @azaozz) related to TinyMCE… More →