WordPress News Digest for Friday, December 16, 2016

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Week in Core, December 7 – 13, 2016

By / — Welcome back the latest issue of Week in Core, covering changes [39530-39598]. Here are the highlights: 69 commits 39 contributors 143 tickets created 29 tickets reopened 100 tickets closed Ticket numbers based on trac timeline for the period above. The following is a summary… More →

Labs Notes Monthly Recap – Nov/2016

By / — Time for another monthly recap! If you haven’t seen the other monthly recaps, make sure to check out October and September. Our malware research and incident response teams publish technical content in the Sucuri Labs Notes. The knowledge and recommendations are… More →

What Is Development? Building and Constantly Learning

By / — Once you've landed the project, what is development? How do you know how to solve problems for different people? What Is Development? Building and Constantly Learning was written by Tom. For more on WordPress, development, and resources then visit Tom… More →

WordPress Events and Conferences of 2017

By / — One of the best things about WordPress is its dynamic (and global) community of users. Comprised of engineers, entrepreneurs, designers, marketers, […] The post WordPress Events and Conferences of 2017 appeared first on Pagely®. More →

Weekly WordPress News: State of the Word and WooCommerce Stats

By / — WordPress may have 27% market share among content management systems, but WooCommerce is even stronger, powering 42% of all online stores (according to BuiltWith). The post Weekly WordPress News: State of the Word and WooCommerce Stats appeared first on WPLift. More →

Creating a Grayscale to Color Gallery with the Divi Gallery Module

By / — This is the final post in our mini series titled 5 Impressive Divi Gallery Layouts and How to Create Them. Be sure to come back next week for our next miniseries of Divi tutorials! For this final example, I wanted… More →

Ask Yoast: change URLs when relaunching website?

By / — Relaunching a website can be an overwhelming project. You need a new design and perhaps new functionalities. What should you do with your existing content? And what about new content? The more changes you want, the more challenging it gets. In… More →

You Are Not Your Code

By / — I'm a writer, an artist, a dreamer, and a contributor to open source. I have the time to give back to the community, to continue to learn and grow, and to make more of the Internet a better place for… More →

How to Create a Custom Taxonomy for Departments or Divisions on a Company WordPress Site

By / — I often get asked if WordPress Multisite is a suitable solution for a company website that has different divisions with unique identities. The answer is usually yes – Multisite can do this excellently. But it isn’t always necessary to create a… More →

WordPress eCommerce Week on the Web: December 16, 2016 – BobWP

By / — Enjoy some of this last week’s WordPress- and eCommerce-related posts from around the web. Email Case Study: Sale Reminder Email from Moo In this post over on SellwithWP,  they take a close look at an email that will typically show… More →

6 Strategies to Re-Engage Dead Email Subscribers

By / — There are few things as satisfying as watching your email list grow. That is, until you discover the percentage of users who stop opening your mail as time goes by. It happens to everyone, but that doesn’t make it any less… More →

Codester Review: Online Marketplace for Designers & WordPress Developers

By / — Codester is a young and growing online marketplace for designers, and it’s quickly earning interest from WordPress developers and the general WordPress community. As a young marketplace, Codester, which gained traction in 2015, has some stiff competition in the industry… More →

Hosting Facts Promises Hosting Recommendations You Can Trust

By / — In the market for a new hosting provider? If you're looking for reliable and data-driven information about hosting companies, HostingFacts.com may just be the weapon you need in the fight against misleading and deceptive host reviews online. More →

Beginner’s Guide on How to Add Business Hours in WordPress

By / — Do you want to display your business hours on your WordPress site? Displaying your open hours on your website can help customers make an appointment or plan their visit accordingly. In this article, we will show you how to add… More →

How to Use a WordPress Theme Detector in 5 Simple Steps

By / — The fact that you're here tells me that you are interested in WordPress. You have probably already uncovered the immense potential that this popular online platform hold for both creating and enhancing a website, business or blog. And it shows… More →

Weekly Roundup: December 16, 2016

By / — WooCommerce-ers, don’t forget to check out the Great Community Survey for WooCommerce devs, merchants, and agencies! Brought to you by Prospress, and offering over 70 prizes for participating (takes 5 to 10 minutes). New or Updated Plugins & Themes WooCommerce… More →