WordPress News Digest for Wednesday, November 16, 2016

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Designing better nested comments

By / — I’ve always had a love/hate relationship with nested comments. I like the idea of finding replies to comments without having to scroll up and down the page. I hate how unruly they get when more than two or three levels… More →

9 Easy Steps for Coding a Custom WordPress Landing Page

By / — Thanks to landing page tools like Unbounce and LeadPages, creating a custom WordPress landing page is easy, fast, and fun. Since […] The post 9 Easy Steps for Coding a Custom WordPress Landing Page appeared first on Pagely®. More →

Best WordPress Plugins to Improve Your Blog Pages

By / — There are numerous ways to improve your blog pages. Interesting content, eye-grabbing headlines and stunning images are a great start. But if… The post Best WordPress Plugins to Improve Your Blog Pages appeared first on WPExplorer. More →

Dev Chat Agenda for November 16 (4.7 week 13)

By / — This is the agenda for the weekly dev meeting on : Meeting reminder: Weekly chat has been moved one hour later to 21:00UTC. Schedule reminder: Tomorrow is the target for RC! RC means the list of tickets should be at zero… More →

Call for Testing: WordPress for Android 6.2

By / — WordPress for Android version 6.2-rc-1 has been released in the Google Play Store. You can join the beta from the Google Play Store on your device (under “Become a beta tester”), and comment here or join the Google Plus beta community for… More →

Post Type Templates in 4.7

By / — This caught my attention: in WordPress 4.7, all post types will finally be able to have the page templates feature that was previously only available on (the) pages (post type). You’ll just have to add an extra line to the… More →

Setting up Gulp for WordPress – and Checking TextDomains Automatically

By / — This is post 2 of 2 in the series “WordPress Automation” For the first part in my ‘Automating WordPress Development‘ … Continue Reading Setting up Gulp for WordPress – and Checking TextDomains Automatically The post Setting up Gulp for WordPress… More →

An Implementation of the Repository Pattern

By / — The repository pattern, in my own words, orchestrates communication between data and domain objects by keeping them encapsulated. An Implementation of the Repository Pattern was written by Tom. For more on WordPress, development, and resources then visit Tom McFarlin's blog. More →

How to Style Your Divi Audio Module as a Podcast Player

By / — This post is part 3 of 5 in our mini series titled 5 Fun Ways to Style Divi’s Audio Module. Stay tuned this week for all five unique examples of Divi’s Audio Module, with a tutorial on how to achieve… More →

SEO basics: What’s a slug and how to optimize it

By / — In SEO, we often talk about creating the right slug for a page. But what is this really? And why should you optimize it? In this post, we’ll explain all you need to know about it. When you google “what’s… More →

Chronic Infections: Blacklisted

By / — Google will be blacklisting repeatedly infected websites. This will be interesting. More →

Why Premium WordPress Themes are a Blessing and Not a Curse for Developers

By / — Before premium WordPress themes were a thing, we used to code everything from scratch. When I first started my career in web development and web design, every piece of HTML, every line of CSS, every piece of JavaScript, was all… More →

8 Tips To Improve Your SEO on Your WooCommerce Online Store – BobWP

By / — No matter the size of your online store, having good search engine optimization is critical to your success. Brick-and-mortar stores can count on location to win over their customers, but online competition presents a much larger challenge. More →

How to Create a Custom WordPress Registration Page

By / — WordPress registration pages enable people to sign up to your site, and subsequently log in using their credentials. WordPress comes with a default registration page that does the job, but it’s less than ideal. A better option is to create a custom WordPress registration… More →

Easy Marketing for Your First Commercial WordPress Plugin

By / — If you are a developer who solely manages a product development and supports it, there is going to be a moment when you need to put some efforts in making your product/service popular. Sophisticated marketing strategies can take time, money… More →

VueJS: Click Counter

By / — In this tutorial we're going to build a simple click counter using VueJS. For this we're going to simply have a button on the page and on the click event… More →

VueJS CRUD: NPM To Load Dependencies

By / — What Is NPM? NPM is the Node Package Manager that is used to install, publish and manage your node programs. If you're coming from a PHP background then you can… More →

WP Tao Review: Built-in Analytics for WordPress eCommerce Sites

By / — The data you can get via online analytics forms a marketer’s paradise. You can determine which items are added most often to a customer’s cart, how often customers add items to the cart, track pageviews, customer logins, and all sorts… More →

Agenda for November 17th Support Meeting

By / — General Announcements Testing WordPress 4.7 Beta 4 Checkin with International Support Liaisons WordCamp US 2016 Support Contributor Plans For any other items to discuss please add them in the comments below, or bring them up in the meeting. The meeting… More →

WordPress 4.7 Beta 4

By / — WordPress 4.7 Beta 4 is now available! This software is still in development, so we don’t recommend you run it on a production site. Consider setting up a test site just to play with the new version. To test WordPress… More →