WordPress News Digest for Friday, November 17, 2017

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WordCamp Europe 2018 Speaker Applications Now Open

By / — WordCamp Europe 2018 has opened the call for speakers and will be accepting applications through January 15. The organizing team recommends that speakers already have some experience ahead of applying to speak at the largest WordPress event in Europe, but… More →

10 Resume Websites Made With Divi

By / — Resumes are a popular type of personal websites. They’re great for presenting your skills, education, and experience to potential clients and employers. Fortunately there are lots of resume websites made with Divi to help spark your imagination. In this article… More →

21 Best WordPress Themes for Nonprofits

By / — Are you looking for the best WordPress themes for nonprofits? Charity and non-profit websites require appealing presentation with tools to manage their donation goals. In this article, we will show you some of the best WordPress themes for nonprofits that… More →

Weekly WordPress News: WordPress 4.9 Is Here!

By / — In the biggest news this week, WordPress 4.9 is out and available to the public! Click here to see all the new stuff. Post Status also has an interview with Matt Mullenweg and there are some big WordPress changes over… More →

Ask Yoast: changing URL structure and rankings

By / — If you started your website as a newbie to all things internet, chances are that your site’s URLs aren’t pretty. Perhaps the URLs contain the post-ID, or the date when it was first published. URLs like that don’t say much… More →

How to Create a Web Design Style Guide

By / — Designing a website can be a challenging process. Finding inspiration for a design that is both aesthetically pleasing and also functional isn’t always straightforward. Maintaining a consistent style across various web properties and pages can make things even more difficult.… More →

How to Prevent Spam and Protect Your WordPress Blog

By / — Your comments section gives you a convenient way to engage with your website’s readers. Unfortunately, opening your website up to… The post How to Prevent Spam and Protect Your WordPress Blog appeared first on WPExplorer. More →

Ulysses: Your New Favorite WordPress Text Editor

By / — We writers are a persnickety bunch. Especially when it comes to the tools we use to put words to paper–or pixels to screen in this case. I know that I have at least half a dozen different text editors/word processors… More →

Choosing the Right Dynamic Pricing Plugin for Your WooCommerce Store

By / — Choosing the right plugin for your ecommerce store can difficult especially when there's a good number of plugins available. This article attempts to help you in your journey of finding the right dynamic pricing and discounts plugin. Though each of… More →

For Sellers and Bloggers: Some Thoughts on Black Friday and Cyber Monday – BobWP

By / — In today's show I am chatting a bit about Black Friday and Cyber Monday for both sellers and bloggers. More →

WordPress Black Friday And Cyber Monday 2017 Deals And Coupons

By / — Get out your credit card(s) because it’s that time of the year again. That beautiful, once-a-year time when generous WordPress developers bless us with an abundance of coupons and discounts for our favorite themes and plugins. I’m talking about WordPress… More →

Weekly Roundup: November 17, 2017

By / — Howdy, product creators! We’re ramping up for Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals next week, so if you’re running a sale you’d like included, please share it here. Tutorials & Reviews Paid Memberships Pro has a guide to creating data… More →

WooCommerce Explores the Possibilities and Challenges for E-Commerce in the Gutenberg Era

By / — The next release of WordPress (5.0) will introduce the new Gutenberg editor and contributors plan to keep it rolling towards the eventual goal of providing a full site building experience. Nearly every WordPress theme and plugin developer will be impacted… More →

November 16th Support Team Meeting Summary

By / — WordPress 4.9 WordPress 4.9 is out, and as is customary a new Master List has been put up on the forums. As new bugs, gotcha’s and plugin/theme conflicts are discovered we’ll be updating the thread, so keep an eye on… More →

EP255 – Freedom Isn’t Free The Cost of Running a WordPress Website and Why It’s Worth It

By / — This week on WPwatercooler we're discussing the true cost of running a WordPress website. From hosting to services to plugins and vendors we'll be talking about it all. The post EP255 – Freedom Isn’t Free The Cost of Running a… More →