WordPress News Digest for Monday, September 14, 2015

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10+ Best Anti-Spam Plugins for WordPress 2015

By / — Combating WordPress comment spam is an ongoing process and can be done with (a) the help of plugins or (b)… The post 10+ Best Anti-Spam Plugins for WordPress 2015 appeared first on Best Premium & Free WordPress Themes. More →

13 Plugins and Tips to Improve WordPress Admin Area

By / — Want to customize WordPress admin area? Perhaps you want to change the default color scheme, add your own branding, or even add new help section for clients? In this article, we will share 13 plugins and tips to improve your… More →

@petya A new contributor who requested to be…

By / — @petya A new contributor who requested to be “Translation Editor” unilaterally made a Deploy Request of a string-set consisting poor translations. Is a roll-back possible? How to restrict “Translation Editor” from making Deploy Request? More →

Broadbean Integration with WP Job Manager

By / — For past couple of years I have worked on a plugin called WP Broadbean. This plugin integrates Broadbean‘s job Adcourier posting service with your WordPress site, allowing jobs posting through Broadbean to delivered to your site. While this plugin is… More →

CloudFlare Experiment Ends Weirdly

By / — After five months of CloudFlare, I've turned it off. Unsatisfied. More →

Creating the Perfect Custom Travel Blog with WordPress

By / — So you want to start a travel blog? Here’s how to create a custom site for all your journal entries and travel snaps with WordPress. More →

EP153 – Essentials for your WordPress website – WPwatercooler

By / — This week on WPwatercooler we’re going back to the basics and discussing the essentials to running a WordPress website. Show airs June 16 at 11am PDT / 2pm EDT / 7PM UTC Show Notes EP153 – Essentials for your WordPress… More →

Feature request Letting translator know where the string…

By / — Feature request: Letting translator know where the string will be rendered Sometimes i wish i could know where the string is and in what context it is being used. Yes, sometimes we do have the “context” part, but it would… More →

Freelance Hourly Rate Calculator

By / — One of the reasons WordPress developer pricing is often far below what it should be is that freelancers have a hard time determining what they actually need to make. This great calculator by Motiv allows you to plug in all your… More →

History of WordPress: A What You Must Know Guide

By / — WordPress is most certainly the world’s favorite content management system (CMS). It powers over 70 million websites, which makes a whooping 60% of all websites that run on a CMS. This figure translates to about 25% of all websites on… More →

How does this happen http imgur com KkTCUMc…

By / — How does this happen? – http://imgur.com/KkTCUMc In translation, sometimes there are strings with dotted underline and when we hover over it, it shows us the translation. Is there a fixed list of words or can a translation editor add his… More →

How to Create an Online Marketplace: Marketplace WordPress Themes & Plugins

By / — Multi-Vendor Online Marketplaces have been around as long as the internet, the oldest and probably largest example is eBay. A marketplace is a website that brings together buyers and sellers and they can work in many different niches. With the… More →

Long Days

By / — Sometimes it seems like the longest days are those in between an Apple announcement and when the products are actually available. I’m looking forward to iOS 9, WatchOS 2, 6s+, Apple TV… More →

Maybe I’m Over Commenting Code (Are You?)

By / — A couple of weeks ago, I was talking with a friend and a fellow developer about code, clarity, and generally over commenting code (how meta, I know). The following statement was made about some of the code I write -… More →

My List of WordPress Lists – BobWP

By / — I have decided to create a list of just my WordPress lists. They include themes, plugins, resources, tutorials, news and podcasts. And I’m sure I’ll be creating even more. In fact, soon I will be adding a list of WooCommerce… More →

On Work, Life, and Leaving Automattic

By / — I’m fortunate to have spent most of my adult life at Automattic. You see, it was my top choice for a company to work for back in 2007, and in retrospect I’m so proud that I ended up here. Automattic… More →

Six Effective Pricing Strategies for Online Businesses

By / — Very few things have a bigger impact on a business’s bottom line than its prices. One of the four Ps of the marketing mix, the price tag you attach to your products will directly impact the demand for your products… More →

Testing Twenty Sixteen

By / — By now, I’m sure you’ve noticed Twenty Sixteen has been released on Github and the theme repository to spur development and testing. If you haven’t tested the theme for accessibility, now’s the time! I mentioned it in a recent chat, and… More →

TheSiteEdge: ‘Our Most Valuable Asset Is Time’

By / — Here at TheSiteEdge, speed matters. It’s not just the speed of our sites that’s critical–though that’s imperative—it’s also the speed with which issues with our clients’ sites are resolved. As a growing SEO and digital design agency, our most valuable… More →

Theme Review Team Needs Your Help!

By / — If you are already a reviewer, please help us out with few tickets and if you are not, just click here and join our team. We really need to reduce these numbers to a lowest possible count. Large amount of assigned tickets… More →

This week’s meeting agenda We’ve got a meeting…

By / — This week’s meeting agenda We’ve got a meeting as usual on Tuesday 18:00 UTC in #themereview. What shall we talk about? What can we do to get things moving on the automation? We had some meta tickets, some movement, but… More →

Video Content, WordPress, and You: The Basics

By / — There’s no doubting the power of video content. Video captures the viewer through sight, sound, and sometimes interactivity; it’s a medium that allows you to be creative in a way that writing cannot. Video, however, is still one of those… More →

Yoast.com: redesigned

By / — As you can see, our redesign is now live! This summer we worked hard to complete it and we’re extremely proud of the result. Of course, we changed our design for a reason. Years ago, Yoast.com was “just” a blog, now it’s… More →