WordPress News Digest for Thursday, September 17, 2015

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Custom Database API – Structuring Your Data

By / — When starting out with building an API for your custom tables, one of the very first things you need to do is determine what data you need to store in your tables, and what format that data will be stored… More →

For those who don’t follow along with Make…

By / — For those who don’t follow along with Make/Design and are interested in exploring some UI/UX ideas and projects, I just posted a few possibilities as a prompt of sorts. There are a number of needs, from strategy to interface design… More →

How developers can take a vacation over the holidays

By / — The holidays are coming. You’ve no doubt considered using that time to take a vacation. But if you’re a developer with eCommerce clients, you’re probably wondering if a vacation is even possible during this busy time. November and December alone drive… More →

How to Create a Sales Funnel for Your WordPress Business to Land More Clients

By / — One of the most challenging aspects of running a WordPress business is breaking out of the feast or famine cycle that so many of us are a victim too. Doesn’t it always seem that you either have too much work… More →

How to Monetize Your WordPress Blog

By / — Making money isn't easy – offline or online. In fact, maybe it is a tad more difficult online. On the other hand, the costs involved in getting online revenue are fewer thus making it attractive. Well, at least the day-to-day… More →

Howdy Polyglots I am the plugin author of…

By / — Howdy Polyglots! I am the plugin author of the Google Analytics Dashboard for WP (https://wordpress.org/plugins/google-analytics-dashboard-for-wp/). We have a number of great translation editors that we’d like to be able to approve translation for our plugin(s). Please add the following WordPress.org… More →

It’s Never Too Late (Even In the Tech Community)

By / — One of our favorite WordPress leaders BobWP recently shared his experience about coming to the WordPress community after leaving a career in print marketing. If you’re new to WordPress, or are feeling overwhelmed by your next development challenge, Bob’s experience… More →

Mercury Vagrant (HGV) 1.4: Push To Production, Staging

By / — The WP Engine Mercury Vagrant (HGV) now makes it even easier to deploy your site to the WP Engine platform. In Mercury Vagrant (HGV) version 1.4, which is available now, we’ve added the new “vagrant push” feature, giving you the… More →

Monstroid Theme Review: A Huge Multi-Purpose Theme from TemplateMonster

By / — With the ever-growing rise of WordPress “mega” themes, TemplateMonster recently stepped into the fray with their offering in this market. Named “Monstroid” this is another large WordPress theme / framework designed to help you build many different types of website… More →

More Comments, More Subscribers – Why Postmatic Should Be Your DeFacto WordPress Comment Plugin

By / — Ask any blogger what their two main wishes are for their blogs, and eight times out of ten* you’ll probably get “more comments” and “more subscribers” as the answer. *Note – eight times out of ten is not a scientific… More →

Multisite objectives for the 4.4 cycle

By / — We’ve made a good chunk of progress in the 4.4 cycle thus far and are starting to go in a direction that can be better defined through a handful of objectives. Let’s go through them: WP_Network has been comitted to core.… More →

Potential UI/UX projects in core

By / — It’s not uncommon for both existing and potential contributors to feel like they don’t know what to work on. Let’s try listing a few UI/UX items that have come up on wishlists in this post, both as a temporal call… More →

The 15 WordPress Sites That Are Changing the Design Game

By / — So your client thinks WordPress is just for blogging? Hah! We've hand-picked some of the most stunning and feature-rich WordPress websites from around the world that prove the platform is only limited by your imagination. More →

The Perfect WordPress Host (It Doesn’t Exist)

By / — Trying to find the perfect WordPress host is not an easy task. There are a lot of options out there – which is actually really cool compared to where we were just a few years ago. Personally, I've shopped around,… More →

The WordPress REST API – An Ultimate Guide [Free Ebook]

By / — The WordPress REST API opens up endless opportunities for experienced WordPress developers. From integrating with technologies beyond WordPress to providing more flexibility when developing sites, plugins, and themes; the WordPress REST API makes development faster and easier. DOWNLOAD THE ULTIMATE… More →

Theme Submission, Review, Approval, Update, Report Workflow

By / — During this week’s meeting, we discussed modifying our workflows, both to add a “Report Theme” workflow, and to add an auto-approval workflow for updates to approved, live Themes. As adding these elements will essentially require a complete rewrite of the Theme… More →

Using Sitemaps & How To Create Them For WordPress

By / — Websites come in all different sizes. And the larger a website, the more difficult it becomes to navigate through the… The post Using Sitemaps & How To Create Them For WordPress appeared first on Best Premium & Free WordPress Themes. More →

Winning Remote Work Culture

By / — Top 10 companies winning at remote work culture and their secrets. More →