WordPress News Digest for Monday, May 15, 2017

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Rules for Standards

By / — Dave Winer has one rule that matters and a number of other good points on making standards and protocols. More →

WordPress Is Now on HackerOne, Launches Bug Bounties

By / — WordPress now has its own official HackerOne account where security researchers can responsibly disclose vulnerabilities to the security team. The project’s page was previously listed under Automattic’s profile before HackerOne launched its free community edition for open source projects. WordPress… More →

An Introduction to WordPress Themes and Plugins (Plus How to Install Them)

By / — The core WordPress platform provides a decent range of options for personalizing your website. It also enables you to add to… The post An Introduction to WordPress Themes and Plugins (Plus How to Install Them) appeared first on WPExplorer. More →

How to Create a Wedding Announcement Homepage With Divi

By / — This post is part 1 of 5 in our miniseries How to Create an Elegant Wedding Website with Divi. In this series, we’ll guide you through the most important parts of creating a wedding website for yourself or a client… More →

WordPress Weekly Digest: 5/15/17

By / — Every week brings fresh news and updates in the world of WordPress. Here we recap some of the biggest stories in the WordPress community provided by Torque. Dedicated to informing new and advanced WordPress users about the industry, Torque is… More →

The Most Important Elements of Providing Superb Customer Support

By / — Why is SouthWest Airlines so well known for their outstanding customer service? Sure, they get most of the basics right. Minimizing delayed and cancelled flights, staying affordable for the average Joe and maintaining strategic hubs all helps them compete with… More →

WP Engine Is Off To The Next Web Conference!

By / — WP Engine is jetting off to Amsterdam to take part in The Next Web Conference for the first time ever! In preparation for this epic event, we went ahead and created a mini guide to having the best time over… More →

Six reasons why I love WordCamps

By / — This weekend I was at WordCamp Berlin, met a lot of great people, and watched a lot of interesting presentations. WordCamps are actually quite informal by themselves, but at the afterparties, people are really letting their shoulders down and it… More →

Ask Yoast: Word order of your focus keyword

By / — If you’re using Yoast SEO to optimize your posts and pages, it’ll ask you to fill out a focus keyword. This is the search term you want your content to rank for. Deciding on a focus keyword can be challenging. For example,… More →

30+ Free High Quality WordPress Themes Worth Checking Out in 2017

By / — When I first started working with WordPress many years ago, themes in the WordPress Theme Directory were “okay.” That is to say, they weren’t great but they did the job well until it was time to get serious and buy… More →

Managing Work on Vacation (Managing The Tension)

By / — Managing work on vacation introduces a tension that we have to manage. All of our situations are different, but here's how I do it. Managing Work on Vacation (Managing The Tension) was written by Tom. For more on WordPress, development,… More →

Hugo Making JSON

By / — Building a JSON file with all the data from all the posts in a Hugo site is actually not only possible, but it won't drive you insane. The post Hugo Making JSON appeared first on Half-Elf on Tech. More →

How to Troubleshoot WordPress Errors and Glitches

By / — As much as I love WordPress, I’ve certainly done my share of swearing at my computer because the WYSIWYG editor won’t load properly or when I check in on one of my websites and find the theme has decided to… More →

Quick and Simple SEO Keyword Research Tips for Bloggers

By / — Keyword research. As a blogger, it’s something that you know you need to do for your blog to be successful. Maybe, you even do some keyword research of your own already – if so, great. But perhaps the whole concept… More →

How to Display Author’s Twitter and Facebook on the Profile Page

By / — Do you want to display your author’s Twitter and Facebook links on their WordPress profile page? By default, WordPress user profile page does not have any fields to add Facebook or Twitter profiles. In this article, we will show you… More →

Image Organization and Gallery Creation Made Easy Using Gallery Factory

By / — Living in a world where cameras capture our every move and photos plaster themselves across the internet on blogs, social media networks, and image hosting websites, it is impossible to underestimate the importance of a high-quality and engaging photograph on… More →

Grow Your List, Grow Your Sales with Pat Flynn – BobWP

By / — If you have an online store or selling other products, Pat shares his insights into list building with email, social and advertising. More →

Podcast E168 – Listener Q/A

By / — This week I answer listener questions Upcoming Events WordCamp Jacksonville – May 20-21 WordCamp Lisboa – May 20-21 WordCamp Kathmandu – May 20 SouthBay WordPress Meetup – May 18 The WordPress Essentials Course – Starts May 24 Segment 1: In the… More →