WordPress News Digest for Wednesday, March 15, 2017

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Week in Core, March 8th – 14th, 2017

By / — Welcome back the latest issue of Week in Core, covering changes [40239-40291]. Here are the highlights: 53 commits 22 contributors 101 tickets created 12 tickets reopened 48 tickets closed Ticket numbers based on trac timeline for the period above. The… More →

X-post: Editor Experience Survey

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Editor Experience Survey

By / — As you’re well aware, a project is underway with the focus on redesigning the editing experience in the wp-admin. As the project moves forward, a better understanding of how WordPress users actually feel about the editing experience is needed. Please take a few… More →

“The Different Types Of Hosting For Your WordPress Website”

By / — WPShrug is a literally “meh” name for a WordPress site, but they seem pretty vigorous about content—specifically, infographics. More →

SEO Spam Campaign Exploiting WordPress REST API Vulnerability

By / — Just over a week ago, WordPress released version 4.7.3 to patch multiple security issues. Despite the automatic update feature provided by many hosting companies, there are still many WordPress websites that have not been updated. In fact, we are seeing… More →

Introducing The Divi Builder Plugin 2.0, Now With The All New Visual Builder

By / — The Visual Builder ComesTo The Divi Builder Plugin We are excited to announce that the Divi 3.0 Visual Builder is now available in the latest version of the Divi Builder plugin, bringing visual front-end website building power to any WordPress… More →

Metadata and SEO part 3: social, internationalization and more

By / — Literally, metadata is data that says something about other data. You can use particular metadata to send information about a webpage to a search engine or a social media channel, and thereby improve your SEO. In the first two posts of… More →

Load All WordPress Custom Fields via Database Query

By / — Using a direct database query, you can load all WordPress custom fields. Here's how to do so in a way that's safe. Load All WordPress Custom Fields via Database Query was written by Tom. For more on WordPress, development, and… More →

10 Burger Menu Animations That Will Blow Your Mind

By / — As user experience dominates most of our web design discussions, it’s important that we take a closer look at this thing we call the “hamburger” menu. In case you missed it, I’ve touched on the prowess of the hamburger menu… More →

You Are Not Psychic

By / — You don't know what will be insecure next. You can't. So secure your code as best you can and secure it better if people point out your shortcomings. Learn. Improve. Protect. The post You Are Not Psychic appeared first on… More →

Increase Your Traffic and Conversions for Your Shopify Store with Kurt Elster – BobWP

By / — Whether you have a Shopify store or not, these tips and insights will help you increase your traffic and conversions for anything you sell online. More →

How to Update URLs When Moving Your WordPress Site

By / — Do you want to update URLs after moving your WordPress site? It can be quite painful to manually edit each post or page just to replace old URLs. In this article, we will show you how to easily update URLs… More →

Top 30 Premium Parallax WordPress Themes

By / — Parallax scrolling is an interesting web design technique where the background of a page scrolls at a different speed than the foreground, resulting in a unique scrolling effect. Parallax scrolling is a popular trend in the WordPress space, but some… More →

Increasing Sales using a WooCommerce List View

By / — This is a guest post by Katie Keith from Barn2 Media. Katie is the operations manager for Barn2, where she’s focused on giving top-notch advice on how to get the most out of WordPress based on her extensive experience with… More →

Bocoup Launches Study to Measure Impact of Open Work on Developer Well-Being

By / — Bocoup, an open source technology and design consulting company, is recruiting for a new study that aims to “measure the impact of open work on developer well-being and productivity.” The company is partnering with MIT and UCLA to develop an… More →