WordPress News Digest for Wednesday, March 16, 2016

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17 Best Corporate WordPress Themes for Businesses

By / — Starting a new business venture is no easy feat – especially if you don’t have a solid website already set up to capture leads, guide new customers to your doorstep or sell products and services directly. There are a lot… More →

Catch Up With the Latest WordPress News – #8

By / — Have you been looking for a weekly curation of the latest WordPress news? Look no further than the WP Mayor & WP News Desk weekly catch-up! All the top news, informative tutorials and business tips in one great compilation. More →

Debug WordPress Projects

By / — I'm of the opinion that being able to debug code is one of the must-have skills of any professional developer so it stands to reason that I think if you're working with WordPress in a professional capacity, you should be… More →

Dyad: A Beautiful Free WordPress Theme for Photographers and Foodies

By / — Dyad is the latest free theme release from the folks at Automattic. It was designed to suit creative websites, with written content and photographs receiving equal treatment. The theme is actually a fork of Receptar, a theme by WebMan Design.… More →

Hello Polyglots I have another translation editor I’d…

By / — Hello Polyglots! I have another translation editor I’d like to add for my plugin, Charitable (https://wordpress.org/plugins/charitable/). Please add the following WordPress.org user as translation editors for their locale: #fr – @cbattarel If you have any questions, just comment here. Thank… More →

How Do You Use WPShout?

By / — If you love reading WPShout, we want to hear from you! We’re planning some design and content changes to the site this year, and we’re looking to connect with and gather feedback from our engaged readers to make those changes… More →

How to Integrate Your WordPress Site with Telegram

By / — Telegram is one of the most steadily growing messenger app. It is incredibly fast, powerful, and can be totally private. It has an open API which allows anyone to hookup their own apps with Telegram. In this article, we will… More →

How to optimize your real estate site

By / — There is a significant difference between a real estate site and a ‘regular’ website. Real estate sites have temporary content: when an estate is up for sale, there is a page for it online. But when it’s sold, it tends to… More →

Integrating your contact form with external services

By / — I show you how to connect contact forms to external services like a CRM using their API. The post Integrating your contact form with external services appeared first on Bill Erickson. More →

Kat Hagan Works Differently

By / —   Kat Hagan is an engineer and a team lead at Automattic, and you can read all about her story that led her there. More →

My Software Toolbox – 2016 Edition

By / — In this post I’ll be sharing the apps, websites and tools I use on a daily basis. What’s the point? Well, I’d like to look back to this lineup on a yearly basis and see whether I can improve the way… More →

Optimizer Pro WordPress Theme Review: A Flexible Theme for Almost Any Project

By / — Optimizer Pro is a WordPress theme that aims to be the perfect choice for almost any type of website. Whether you want to create a blog, an agency website, an e-commerce store, or an online portfolio, there should be a… More →

SXSW Interactive 2016 In Photos

By / — SXSW wrapped up its 23rd annual Interactive Festival yesterday, offering those who attended a place to discover the technology of tomorrow today. The festival featured five days of presentations and panels from some of the brightest minds in technology, as well… More →

Setting Up Personalized Shortened Links Like Bit.ly with WordPress

By / — It's important to make your content easy to share. Creating your own custom shortened links like those on Bit.ly is a great way to do that and build your personal brand. More →

The Awareness of Method

By / — Being aware of how we speak (or type) to others is imperative in communication when you're pretty much all remote. More →

Week in Core, Mar 8 – Mar 15 2016

By / — Welcome back the latest issue of Week in Core, covering changes [36889-37000]. Here are the highlights: WordPress 4.5 Beta 3 released! 111 commits 42 contributors 87 tickets created 12 tickets reopened 86 tickets closed Ticket numbers based on trac timeline for the… More →