WordPress News Digest for Saturday, November 15, 2014

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Calculating nth-child CSS Selector Formulae

By / — I did quite a lot of maths at school. I wasn’t amazing at it but because I knew I wanted […] The post Calculating nth-child CSS Selector Formulae appeared first on Binary Moon. For more Web Design tips and tricks… More →

Government Going Open Source

By / — As open source goes mainstream, institutions collaborate differently. More →

Hi My name is Rami i am the…

By / — Hi, My name is Rami, i am the validator and the translator of the hebrew (he_IL) language. For the past 4 years i was translating and approving hebrew strings for WordPress and it’s related plugins/themes, maintaining the he.wordpress.org website, building… More →

How To Schedule Tweets For Your WordPress Blog Posts

By / — The Internet sees a constant bombardment of blog posts every day. With so much to read and consume, your posts can get lost in the chatter. Blog posts can get overshadowed by the news or the next big thing that’s… More →

Proposals for next agenda * Social Support Twitter…

By / — Proposals for next agenda: Social Support: Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Should we take this on? How do we take this on? Taking these on individually with the understanding that we can’t answer everyone (like we do with the forums) seems… More →

The Easy Way To Create Content Grids in WordPress

By / — CSS grids in design are very popular these days. While some people will argue semantics when it comes to grids, there’s no denying the ease-of-use they bring to the table. Even more so when you give this power to end users.… More →

WordPress 4.1 is on Beta stage would be…

By / — WordPress 4.1 is on Beta stage would be nice to have finally the 4.X branch and having the ne twentyfeifteen theme too, even if there will be changes in strings we could start to translate and not having to rush… More →