WordPress News Digest for Monday, May 16, 2016

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3 Simple Design Tweaks to Help Your WooCommerce Store Gain a Competitive Advantage

By / — Creating a great e-commerce store for a client isn’t an easy task. While being online at all was once enough, the expanding e-commerce market requires more from designers and site owners who want to be successful. This post from Mod… More →

7 WordPress Business Themes That Will Help You Stand Out From the Crowd

By / — In today’s environment, you’d be hard-pressed to find any business in any industry where competition isn’t fierce. It’s becoming increasingly important to find a way to stand out from your competition, especially online. As the world’s leading content management system,… More →

A Video Overview of the Genesis Child Theme Digital Pro

By / — In this video overview I show you what you can do easily when setting up this theme and also share with you how we used it for our own site, DotheWooPodcast.com. The post A Video Overview of the Genesis Child… More →

Beginner Resources for JavaScript and jQuery

By / — This month, I published two articles on Envato about resources for JavaScript and jQuery. For those who get involved in a form of development – be it back-end, front-end, or some other type of developer – we end up forgetting… More →

Boost Your Earnings with Amazon Affiliate for WordPress

By / — Amazon Affiliate for WordPress (AAWP), is a new premium plugin that helps affiliates increase their conversions and earnings in the Amazon.com marketplace. Whether doing product reviews, advertisements, or just providing simple text links, AAWP allows users the ability to customize the presentation… More →

Categories and Tags screens changes

By / — In WordPress 4.6 the Categories and Tags screens (and all the custom terms screens that use the same edit-tags.php page) will change in order to make the visual order of the main elements match the tab order. This change is… More →

Daniel Bachhuber Discusses WP-CLI, the WP REST API, and the Challenges of Contributing to Open Source on Roots Radio Podcast

By / — Daniel Bachhuber, maintainer of the WP-CLI project and a contributing developer to the WP REST API, joined Chris Carr and Austin Pray on a recent episode of the Roots Radio podcast. Bachhuber discussed his recent experience crowdfunding his work on… More →


By / — I love fonts. They’re a great way to make your site unique. Back in the early 2010s, we were all using them all over the place. It’s time to retire them. This month, WordPress core pulled it’s dependency on Google… More →

Evening Polyglots As developer of Autoptimize https wordpress…

By / — Evening Polyglots! As developer of Autoptimize (https://wordpress.org/plugins/autoptimize), I would the following people to be granted PTE rights; #pt_BR: @celsobessa (@deconf) #es_AR: @daxcar #pl_PL: @valpuro (@deconf) #tr_TR: @barisunver #de_DE: @presskop Thanks! frank More →

Hello I would like to become Russian Translation…

By / — Hello, I would like to become Russian Translation Editor of Sydney theme. Kind Regards, Roman. More →

Hello Polyglots I am the plugin author for…

By / — Hello Polyglots. I am the plugin author for both MainWP Dashboard and MainWP Child Plugin. Can we please add please add the following WordPress.org user as translation editors for ru_RU? https://wordpress.org/plugins/mainwp/ https://wordpress.org/plugins/mainwp-child/ https://profiles.wordpress.org/cyber01/ ru_RU More →

Hello Polyglots I am the plugin author of…

By / — Hello Polyglots, I am the plugin author of these plugins: https://wordpress.org/plugins/very-simple-contact-form/ https://wordpress.org/plugins/very-simple-signup-form/ https://wordpress.org/plugins/very-simple-event-list/ Please add the following WordPress.org user as translation editor for his/her locale: #sv_SE – @spline Thanks in advance! Guido More →

Hey Polyglots I am the plugin author of…

By / — Hey Polyglots! I am the plugin author of the following plugins and would like to provide the German translations for the plugins. Can you please give me the PTE rights? https://wordpress.org/plugins/cdn-enabler/ https://wordpress.org/plugins/cache-enabler/ https://wordpress.org/plugins/optimus/ #de_DE – @keycdn (@pixolin) Thank you! PS:… More →

Hosting With Bluehost

By / — About Bluehost The Bluehost company was founded in 2003 with one goal to make web hosting better. Bluehost wanted to create their platform on open source technology so focused on PHP and apache hosting to start with but has now… More →

ManageWP Customer Happiness Report – April

By / — April was a month with a lot of changes. I am sure you have noticed the changes if you use ManageWP Classic and Orion on a daily basis. April Goals Review What We Did Well One of our main goals for… More →

Popular WordPress Plugins to Add Categories And Tags

By / — Ever walked into a library searching for a book? How did you find your book amongst the thousands racked up… The post Popular WordPress Plugins to Add Categories And Tags appeared first on Best Premium & Free WordPress Themes. More →

Rewrites Next Generation: Next Meeting

By / — There was a bit of confusion with the last Rewrites meeting, so we never really got to kick off the conversation. Let’s give it another shot this week. The revised kick-off meeting for the Rewrites Next Generation project will hence… More →

SSL Causing Images Not to Display? Here’s How to Fix It

By / — Before we dive into talking about SSL causing images not to display, let’s first provide some context. When it comes to the connection between human senses and marketing, vision appears to be the most influential. According to Brain Rules by… More →

Shiny Updates Review

By / — Hello Accessibility Group! @joedolson was so kind to look over Shiny Updates a few months ago, but since then a lot of improvements have made it into the plugin and we feel it could benefit from another Accessibility review. We’d… More →

Shiny Updates Review

By / — Hello Polyglots, While Shiny Updates has been written with i18n in mind (some contributors are polyglots themselves), we would appreciate if you could give the latest version of the plugin a look-over. We’d like to have it in the best… More →

Shiny Updates Review

By / — Howdy designers! We’d like to have Shiny Updates in the best shape it can be in before it gets merged to core. It would help us tremendously if you could look over the latest version and review the design decisions… More →

This Week in 4.6: May 16 – May 22

By / — This is the jump-start post for the fourth week of the WordPress 4.6 release cycle. Tickets seeking feedback: #36217: WP_Post_Type #36492: WP_Post_Status #36224: WP_Taxonomy #35791: WP_Site_Query #35381: WP_Term_Query #34391: Customizer: Replace margin-top hacks with CSS transforms #36335: Core autoloader proposal Meetings this… More →

WP REST API: Introducing the Authentication Broker

By / — As an astute follower of the REST API project may have noticed, authentication with the API has been difficult and incomplete. While cookie authentication solves the issue for JavaScript code running on the site, external sites have a much harder… More →

Wes Bos Launches Free React.js + Redux Online Course

By / — Wes Bos, a developer and educator known for his high quality video tutorials, has just launched a free online course for building JavaScript apps with React.js and Redux. The 2.5 hour Learn Redux course includes 20 videos that guide developers… More →

Yoast SEO vs All in One SEO Pack – Which is the Best WordPress SEO Plugin?

By / — Are you looking for the best WordPress SEO plugin? If you are, then you have likely narrowed your choice down to the two most popular WordPress SEO plugins: Yoast SEO and All in One SEO Pack. At WPBeginner, we’re often… More →