WordPress News Digest for Wednesday, May 18, 2016

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21 Best One Page WordPress Themes of 2016

By / — Are you looking for a single page WordPress theme? Many business websites are using one page WordPress themes to provide an interactive experience to their users without navigating to different pages. In this article, we will show you 21 best… More →

5 tips on branding

By / — Branding is an essential aspect of your marketing strategy. If you develop an awesome branding strategy, people will get to know your brand, your company, and your website. In this post, I will first explain what branding is and why… More →

Agenda for the Polyglots chat on May, 18th

By / — Dear Polyglots, Here’s the agenda for the chat today, see you on Slack! Locale stats after the 4.5.2 maintenance release Taking care of 100% translated locales that haven’t released Pinging GTEs of locales that are at 95%+ for manual release… More →

Aiding Symbol Selection

By / — Managing the icons in a more visual way sometimes means offering more education. More →

Git Push with WPEngine

By / — WPEngine's Git Push integration is a great development tool. Here are some tips to help you get started. The post Git Push with WPEngine appeared first on Bill Erickson. More →

Hey Polyglots I am one of the plugin…

By / — Hey Polyglots! I am one of the plugin authors of https://wordpress.org/plugins/torro-forms/ and would like to be able to manage German translations. Can you add the following users as translation editors for the plugin? #de_DE – @mahype and @flixos90 Thank you! More →

How to Choose the Right UI Design Colors for Your WordPress Site

By / — How often do you hear about UI design colors these days? Unless you’re talking to a UI designer, not often. Browse a successful WordPress website, however, and you’ll see different colors that communicate the brand’s message, convey the website’s structure,… More →

Improving WordPress Plugin User Experience

By / — When working on a new WordPress plugin or generally speaking, a new feature of a project that will integrate with the WordPress back-end, I'm of the mind the all of the elements should inherit the styles provided by WordPress. In… More →

Like Button: All Inclusive WordPress Rating Plugin

By / — There are many rating plugins for WordPress out there, but all of them are lacking in functionality. Find more information about Like Button Voting & Rating plugin for WordPress. With the Like Button plugin, you are able to add a… More →

Notes from the Polyglots chat on May, 18th

By / — Locale stats after the 4.5.2 maintenance release Releases: 162 locales. 61 locales up to date. 2 locales behind by minor versions. 14 locales behind by one major version. 15 locales behind more than one major version. 61 locales have a… More →

Query component bug scrub – May 24

By / — A 90-minute bug scrub for the Query component will be held at in the #core channel on Slack. We’ll spend some time looking through the Awaiting Review milestone, and we’ll have a glance at any specific tickets that attendees might… More →

Spring Cleaning Tips For WordPress Optimization [Ebook]

By / — Spring is here, and summer is fast approaching. You want your WordPress site to be a well-oiled machine so you can enjoy the summer and not fuss over the ins and outs of website optimization. DOWNLOAD THE SPRING CLEANING TIPS… More →

Take Granular Control of WordPress’ Update System with Easy Updates Manager

By / — When WordPress 3.7 “Basie” was released in 2013, it brought automatic updates to the masses. By default, WordPress automatically updates to point releases. Using additional constants within wp-config.php, you can configure WordPress to automatically update themes, plugins, and major releases.… More →

The 3 Essential Pieces of Monetizing Your Blog

By / — Monetizing your blog can be hard work. Learn the three ways to get started on the right track. The post The 3 Essential Pieces of Monetizing Your Blog appeared first on BobWP – Your Trusted WordPress Source. WordPress All The… More →

Week In Core, May 11 – May 18 2016

By / — Welcome back the latest issue of Week in Core, covering changes [37417-37457]. Here are the highlights: 40 commits 31 contributors 74 tickets created 12 tickets reopened 78 tickets closed Ticket numbers based on trac timeline for the period above. The following… More →

Weekly Dev Chat Agenda for May 18 — Four Weeks Later

By / — Agenda for the weekly dev meeting on : Update on WordPress 4.5.3 New Trac keyword for Dev Notes: https://core.trac.wordpress.org/query?keywords=~needs-dev-note&milestone=4.6 Feature project updates Font Natively Customizer transactions/Customize Posts Shiny Updates Toolbar Experiments Component announcements Tickets with 0 replies Open discussion @voldemortensen: #34292 Support… More →

WordPress as a Headless CMS — Draft podcast

By / — Joe and Brian discuss WordPress as a Headless CMS, what that means, things to consider using WordPress as a Headless CMS, and more. More →