WordPress News Digest for Monday, June 16, 2014

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16 Delicious WordPress Themes For Restaurants & Cafes

By / — Today we take a look at 16 new and fresh themes with a foodie twist. These are all designed to be used for restaurant and cafe websites, we have hand-picked the best designed and most featured themes for any restauranteur… More →

7 Tips for Getting the Most from Popup Optin Forms from AppSumo

By / — If you’ve succumbed to temptation and starting using a popover to display your email newsletter signup forms, then these seven tips from Noah Kagan via AppSumo should be able to help you make the most of those forms. The data… More →

8 Apps That Make Running Your Online Store Easier

By / — Just because you run an online store and not a brick and mortar business doesn’t mean you’re not stuck with a to-do list a mile long or tasked with needing to be in a million places at once. Many business… More →

And…Action! WP Engine Launches Migration Support Videos

By / — Today we are very excited to announce that we have released a series of videos in our Support Garage to support our Migration Process.  After listening to your feedback, we knew we could create a better way to help you through… More →

Bluchic Themes Vs Graph Paper Press World Cup 2014

By / — The post Bluchic Themes Vs Graph Paper Press World Cup 2014 appeared first on WPin WordPress Blog. More →

Create Landing Pages Using WordPress

By / — Landing pages are used by marketers to capture leads (i.e. email addresses) or as a click through so that traffic is funneled to another page (these are known as squeeze pages). They can also be used to sell a product… More →

DealFuel Competition: Get Hot-Selling Courses Worth Over $100

By / — DealFuel is a home of cool tech deals With range of e-books, graphics to design templates,stock images, courses and vectors and of course Freebies. It’s the spot to go if you need to purchase premium assets at superb costs, whether you’re… More →

Experimental BuddyPress Plugin Adds Finer Controls for Public Groups

By / — BuddyPress Groups are one of the more social components of the plugin, as they’re used primarily for bringing members together around a shared interest, goal, or collaborative project. In some ways groups are like their own mini-networks within a social… More →

Foxnet Themes Vs Organic Themes World Cup 2014

By / — The post Foxnet Themes Vs Organic Themes World Cup 2014 appeared first on WPin WordPress Blog. More →

Getting Started with Theme Development

By / — My six or so years of developing WordPress themes and plugins have given me perspective. I’ve had enough time to realize what I should have done differently when I was getting ramped up, and what I’ve […] The post Getting Started… More →

HHVM: A Huge Step Forward in Improved Site Speed?

By / — Have you recently heard the term “HHVM” floating around on the Interwebs? If you know a thing or two about PHP, you should. You see, HHVM makes it possible to give your site a significant speed boost. A few frameworks… More →

How to Block Imposter Comments in WordPress

By / — As your WordPress site and your reputation grows there will be new issues to overcome. One such issue that people who send out emails may encounter is someone pretending to be them in the comments section. There are a few… More →

It is okay to take a break

By / — I am a workaholic. It is a fact I have known for several years and also one I am trying to change. As I have worked to build a successful business over the last few years for my family, myself,… More →

Nice Themes Vs Tokokoo World Cup 2014

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Not Everything is WordPress

By / — There's more than one way to skin a cat. More →

Storefront Themes Vs TemplateExpress World Cup 2014

By / — The post Storefront Themes Vs TemplateExpress World Cup 2014 appeared first on WPin WordPress Blog. More →

Tesla Embraces Open Source

By / — Can open source help electric cars gain widespread acceptance and market share? Tesla CEO Elon Musk is betting on it. In a blog post last Thursday, Musk announced that all of Tesla’s patents had been taken […] The post Tesla Embraces… More →

The WhiP Newsletter #23

By / — Daily lashings of WordPress goodness. More →

Theme Foundry Vs Klasik Themes World Cup 2014

By / — The post Theme Foundry Vs Klasik Themes World Cup 2014 appeared first on WPin WordPress Blog. More →

Themify Vs Engine Themes World Cup 2014

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Upscale Your WordPress Post Pagination: Your Readers Will Thank You

By / — If you really want to help your readers you need to forget about WordPress post pagination and start thinking about content navigation. More →

Using Gists for to Share WordPress Code

By / — When I first started this blog (and actually on other prior blogs), I used various syntax highlighter plugins in order to handle rendering source code. Though there’s something to be said for the various options that are available, I’ve been using… More →

WordPress Trunk Adds New Beta Testing Tab to Plugins Screen

By / — If you’re running WordPress trunk, then you may have noticed a new addition to the plugins screen. A “Beta Testing” tab now lists all available Feature Plugins that are currently ready for testing, including the WP API, Press This, and… More →