WordPress News Digest for Monday, January 18, 2016

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7 Top Maintenance and Support Services for Tweaking WordPress

By / — Is running your website a chore? Why not outsource the work? In recent years, there has been huge growth in the number of agencies offering maintenance and support for WordPress sites. Here's our rundown of what's currently on offer. More →

8 Best WordPress Themes For Exterior Design & Architecture Websites

By / — Exterior design is one of the most creative fields of work that requires the most elegant touch. In order to… The post 8 Best WordPress Themes For Exterior Design & Architecture Websites appeared first on Best Premium & Free WordPress… More →

Atom Editor Package Adds Autocomplete for WordPress Actions and Filters

By / — Nearly two years ago, GitHub open sourced Atom, its new JavaScript-powered text editor. GitHub designed Atom to be extensible, which has helped to quickly grow its adoption around the web. Developers at Facebook used it to make Nuclide, an entire… More →

Circular Arguments Need Research

By / — The circular arguments, that silence proves success, or at least an acceptable status quo, need to be thrown out on their ears. More →

E-Commerce Tips for Making Your WordPress Store a Success

By / — The prospect of creating an online store can be intimidating, even for experienced entrepreneurs and WordPress users. However, with this collection of e-commerce tips, you’ll be able to make the whole process much less daunting, while also increasing your chances… More →

EP171 – Cleaning up your WordPress website –

By / — This week on WPwatercooler we'll be discussing the various ways you can clean up your WordPress powered websote, from unused image removal to removal of unused WordPress themes and plugins. Show airs Jan 18 at 11am PDT / 2pm EDT… More →

Everyday pups

By / — This comes pretty close to capturing their personalities. More →

Hello Polyglots First I would like to say…

By / — Hello Polyglots, First I would like to say I fully support the language packs. Now everyone can contribute. That’s why I’ve removed all translations from my themes and plugins several months ago. But, there should be something done regarding how… More →

How to Fix Image Color and Saturation Loss in WordPress

By / — Recently, one of our readers asked us for a way to prevent image color and saturation loss in WordPress? This is a common problem faced by many WordPress users uploading photos and images. In this article, we will show you… More →

How to Move Your Site Correctly from WordPress.com to a Self Hosted Installation

By / — WordPress.com is a a great service for hosting your WordPress site for free but it does come with some limitations, largely due to the fact that you dont have full control over every aspect of your website. If you are… More →

Jupiter V5 Theme Giveaway – Win 1 of 2 Theme Licenses

By / — Today we teamed up with Artbees Themes to give you an opportunity to win 1 of 2 JupiterV5 WordPress theme licenses. Among the top WordPress themes of 2015, Jupiter V5 is a limitless WordPress framework with about 30K paid users. With its… More →

Must Read WordPress Articles 3

By / — On Christmas Eve of last year, I started this whole thing of sharing a list of articles that I think are must reads for anyone involved in WordPress. Ultimately, I ended up publishing the first two on US holidays. And… More →

The Broken Down Road To Wrestlemania

By / — So this year (in case you don’t know, as I’ve been banging on about it loads), I’m ticking off two things off my bucket list. The first of which is in March where myself (along with Shane and Owen) are… More →

Torque Weekly Digest: 01/18/16

By / — Here we provide a weekly recap of the biggest stories from torquemag.io. Dedicated to informing new and advanced WordPress users about the industry, Torque is a hub for WordPress news, business, and community. Here are some of last week’s top stories from Torque: How… More →

WPShout’s 2016 Webhosting Survey Results Show Specialized Hosts Are Doing Well

By / — WPShout has published the results of its 2016 webhosting survey taken by 135 respondents. The results from this year’s survey show two trends. First, average monthly spending increased sharply from last year. WPShout attributes the increase to either people spending… More →

WooCommerce 2.5: Dashing Dolphin means speed

By / — It’s a new year and we have a new version of WooCommerce for you. The last version of WooCommerce focused on the onboarding experience to help store owners get up and running quickly. This latest version focuses on getting the store itself… More →

WordPress, PHP7, and Updates via php-ssh2

By / — TL;DR: If you use the php-ssh2 extension for your WordPress core / theme / plugin updates, you might want to wait a little longer before upgrading to PHP 7. Continue reading → Original Article: WordPress, PHP7, and Updates via php-ssh2… More →