WordPress News Digest for Friday, July 17, 2015

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6 Best FTP Clients for WordPress Users

By / — Recently while discussing how to use FTP to upload files to WordPress, one of our users asked us for recommended FTP clients. There are plenty of free FTP clients available. In this article, we have hand-picked some of the best… More →

A New Collection of Useful and Free Resources for Your Website

By / — Here we go friends with another freshly cooked pack of design freebies, ready to use and download, ready to bring your project a new look! As usual, a curated collection of free items including printing templates, mockups, plugins, code tools,… More →

Adding TinyMCE Dependencies in WordPress

By / — Remember that when adding a button to the post editor in WordPress, a portion of the code is going to be writing a plugin for the TinyMCE editor (since that's what the actual post editor is). In a sense, you're… More →

Beware of the WordPress Appearance Editor!

By / — If you’re poking around the WordPress dashboard, it’s pretty easy to dive into making custom changes to your theme after you find the WordPress Appearance Editor. While it’s not necessarily a disastrous choice for simple changes, this feature can be… More →

Mailbag: I Lost My Site

By / — When you lose your domain, you may not lose anything. More →

Posting links on Facebook: choose visibility or higher stats

By / — Stats are a form of social proof. If you see a post with zero likes or tweets, it looks like nobody liked it enough to recommend it to their social followers. In reality, it may be because the post is… More →

Weekly SEO Recap: Newsflash!

By / — I’m a bit feisty this week. I apologize upfront. We’ve been doing tonsĀ of website reviews after last month’s sale and it had me quite busy. But there’s good news this week if you’re looking for a job as an SEO:… More →

Weekly WordPress News: Where is the WordPress traffic Going?

By / — WPTavern reported this week that Envato have been experiencing a DDOS attack, they also said that a lot of theme authors have been experiencing a big drop ( 50-70% down) in sales with several forum threads dedicated to the subject.… More →

What To Do If Your WordPress Site Gets Hacked

By / — So you head over to your site, and you notice that your WordPress site has been hacked… your first instinct might be to panic. Even if you have no backups whatsoever, there’s still a chance that you can restore your… More →