WordPress News Digest for Tuesday, May 17, 2016

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Above and Beyond: Avoiding PHP Timeout and Memory Limit Errors with Ajax

By / — Unlike some other programming languages, PHP shuts down completely the moment it stops processing a specific request. More →

Agenda for May 19 Support Team Meeting

By / — I’m gonna do an experiment and will be tagging others to help with formulating a more meaningful agenda WordPress 4.5.2, how’s it looking so far? – @hideokamoto @sergeybiryukov @pmfonseca @zodiac1978 @imazed @cristianozanca – Support Liaisons, would you like to share… More →

Better Blogging: 7 Lessons from Dr. Seuss

By / — What do one of the most beloved children's authors and the best bloggers have in common? The post Better Blogging: 7 Lessons from Dr. Seuss appeared first on BobWP – Your Trusted WordPress Source. WordPress All The Time!             CommentsYou… More →

BuddyPress 2.6 to Introduce New API for Navigation

By / — In an exceptionally well-documented commit message, BuddyPress lead developer Boone Gorges introduced a new API to manage single item navigation, thanks to contributions from core developers Mathieu Viet and Raymond Hoh. Gorges summarized the changes to how BuddyPress will handle… More →

Bug Scrub for 4.5.3

By / — We will be meeting (at the usual core dev chat time) in #core to scrub bugs milestoned for 4.5.3. There are currently 11 tickets assigned to the milestone.  Most of these have solid patches (or are already fixed and reopened for… More →

Hello I would like to become Russian Translation…

By / — Hello, I would like to become Russian Translation Editor of Sydney and other aThemes themes. Ideally I would like to become Russian GTE, I already am Ukrainian GTE and translated thousands of strings. https://wordpress.org/themes/sydney/ https://wordpress.org/themes/west/ https://wordpress.org/themes/theshop/ https://wordpress.org/themes/newsanchor/ https://wordpress.org/themes/perth/ https://wordpress.org/themes/rocked/ https://wordpress.org/themes/bistro/… More →

Hey Polyglots I am the plugin author of…

By / — Hey Polyglots! I am the plugin author of the following plugins and we would like to provide the French translations. Can you please give @codyarsenault the PTE rights? https://wordpress.org/plugins/cdn-enabler/ https://wordpress.org/plugins/cache-enabler/ https://wordpress.org/plugins/optimus/ #fr_FR – @codyarsenault Thank you! More →

How blogging can help your online fashion business grow

By / — There are plenty of ways that a clothing or fashion business can be marketed online. Social media is a popular choice, and we’ve also talked about how coupons, discounts, or even giveaways can lead to increased popularity. If you’ve tried a… More →

How to Create Sticky CTAs with Divi

By / — So you used Divi to build a gorgeous website, filled it with top-notch content and went through all the checkboxes to guarantee good search engine optimization. Yet after some time, your conversions aren’t quite where you’d expect. Now you might… More →

How to Use HTTPS and SSL for WordPress Websites

By / — Issues like identity theft, fraud, and the mishandling of customer data are a big deal to your customers and visitors. Addressing those concerns in a clear way is a great means of separating yourself from your competition and showing your… More →

May 17 feature projects chat and prompt

By / — Today’s feature projects chat will be held at . We should cover what each project needs to do next, any other stuck points, and new proposals or ones that need some workshopping. If you cannot make this meeting, leave a… More →

My Favourite Moment from Wrestlemania 32

By / — So now that the dust has settled from my trip , I’m beginning to think what my favourite moment from Wrestlemania weekend was. Whilst the Shinsuke Nakamura/Sami Zayn match was incredible and the Shane McMahon dive off the cage was… More →

New Plugin Uses BuddyPress Email API to Send bbPress Forum Emails

By / — BuddyPress 2.5, released in March, introduced customizable emails via a new BP Email API. This new feature allows community managers to easily edit BuddyPress-generated emails in the admin and make design changes in the customizer. It didn’t take long for… More →

Shiny Updates Chat Summary 5/17/16

By / — This is a summary of the shiny updates chat from May 17. (Slack log) Attendees: @ocean90, @swissspidy, @j-falk, @mapk, @ethitter, @obenland Topics: Accomplished work since last week Review requests were posted to the Accessibility, Flow, Polyglots, and Design teams. The… More →

The Facets of a WordPress Developer

By / — Do a few Internet searches for "WordPress developer" and you're bound to find more than a few posts on the topic. Though my goal isn't to add to the plethora of articles that already exist, there are a few thoughts… More →

The monster that is a poor database schema

By / — Step back in time two, three, four, or even 10 years and take a look at the development decisions you made then. What do you notice about them? Unless you are a one-in-a-million statistic, you probably look at those past… More →

Top 20 eCommerce WordPress Themes for 2016

By / — 20 hand-picked responsive eCommerce WordPress Themes that will add a more refined, professional and trustworthy look to your WordPress shops. More →

WordCamp Europe – Need a Ticket?

By / — WordCamp Europe has been sold out for some time, however there are still tickets being donated or sold, mostly from those who unfortunately cannot make it. A few people who are looking for a ticket have contacted me so I… More →

robots.txt: the ultimate guide

By / — The robots.txt file is one of the primary ways of telling a search engine where it can and can’t go on your website. All major search engines support the basic functionality it offers. There are some extra rules that are… More →