WordPress News Digest for Monday, January 19, 2015

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12 Best WordPress Forum Plugin Options for Community Building

By / — Think about the type of site you run. Is it for selling shoes? Offering marketing tutorials? Talking about gardening? It doesn’t matter what you talk about or sell online, because content is fine, but community is better. Do you think… More →

20 Social Media Books Website Owners Should Be Reading In 2015

By / — Several years ago I was very enamored with all of the knowledge that is available on blogs. I couldn’t believe the wealth of information that many of my favorite blogs published (for free!) that I didn’t have easy access to… More →

CSS Font Stack

By / — This is a great source for deep web font stacks that every browser and OS will respect. Less flexible than Google Fonts, but less headaches too; just copy and paste directly into your CSS. More →

Create customer loyalty through storytelling

By / — Thoughts on storytelling and using your story to foster customer loyalty. The post Create customer loyalty through storytelling appeared first on Matty Cohen. Follow Matty on Twitter. More →

EP120 – What to look for in a business WordPress theme – Jan 19 2014

By / — This week on WPwatercooler we'll be discussing what someone should look for in a business theme for their WordPress powered website. The post EP120 – What to look for in a business WordPress theme – Jan 19 2014 appeared first… More →

GeoIP Options

By / — When you have to know where people are from, you have to check their locations and there's no perfect way to do it. More →

How To Add Advertisements To WordPress

By / — Displaying advertisements in your blog is one of the surefire ways of generating a steady revenue stream. Depending on the… The post How To Add Advertisements To WordPress appeared first on Best Premium & Free WordPress Themes. More →

How to Rename Images and Media Files in WordPress

By / — Ever wanted to change an image file name after uploading it to WordPress? WordPress allows you to change image alt tag and title, but there is no option to change image file name from the admin area. In this article,… More →

Maintainability of WordPress Theme Customizer Code

By / — When working with the WordPress Theme Customizer, one of the things you may find yourself doing is writing out inline styles into one of the templates for your theme. Most likely, this will happen within the context of your header template… More →

Make it Easy for Users to Setup Your Themes: Demo Content, Importer, Plugin & Widget Setup

By / — One of the most frustrating things for buyers of commercial themes is when they activate a theme on their site and it looks nothing like the theme demo. Theme demos are created to show off the theme in the best… More →

ManageWP Orion Closed Beta Signup

By / — I’ll keep it short and sweet – ManageWP Orion closed beta signup is here! We’ve started sending out invites to the first round of testers. If you’ve discussed beta participation with our team in the past, you should already be… More →

Measuring key marketing metrics for your WordPress site

By / — We are living in a world where almost anything can be put into numbers. We have people measure their sleep quality, fitness level, even their happiness. Death by data overkill? No problem. However, no matter […] The post Measuring key… More →

Tackling Depression in IT

By / — One of the most unique sessions I attended at WordCamp Europe 2014 was Yana Petrova’s presentation on Depression in IT – Why Sometimes Happiness Requires Effort. Petrova, a marketing expert and long-time food blogger, is a member of both the… More →

Taxamo integration for Restrict Content Pro

By / — Connects Restrict Content Pro to Taxamo for EU VAT compliance More →

Taxonomy Page Parent Menu Collapsed

By / — WordPress allows you to create your own menus in the admin area, to do this you can use the function add_menu_page(). When this menu item is in place you are also able to add sub-menu items to the page that… More →

The 10 Most Popular Free and Responsive WordPress Themes Reviewed

By / — A few years ago, responsiveness was considered an added bonus as a WordPress theme feature, but things have changed. With up to 50% of visitors using tablets and smartphones to access websites, ensuring your site looks great on a variety… More →

The Philanthropic Side of The WordPress Community

By / — Whether it’s businesses participating in charity work or individuals who need financial assistance, the WordPress community has repeatedly shown how generous it is. Here’s at look at some WordPress businesses that participate in philanthropy and individuals who experienced the community’s… More →

This week we’ve got a chat again at…

By / — This week we’ve got a chat again at 18:00 UTC on Tuesday in #themereview. There is no set topic, so add a comment or bring your topics to the chat. More →

Unique WordPress Tips and Tricks You Never Knew About

By / — Once you get started with WordPress you start to realize how user-friendly the dashboard is, and it's actually quite easy to learn the tricks that make it work well for your business or personal use. But what about unique WordPress… More →

Use SpamReferrerBlock to Fend Off Spam Referrer Attacks on Your Site

By / — SpamReferrerBlock is a new plugin that can help you shore up the security of your WordPress website. Although WordPress is a robust online publishing system, its high level of popularity can make it an attractive target for hackers looking to… More →

What to expect from PressNomics

By / — PressNomics is this week. Here's a preview of some of the things I'm looking forward to. I can't wait to hang out with those of you going! More →

WordPress Share Buttons: The Good, Bad and Bigger

By / — If you know me well, you know that I am a huge fan of making sure there are share buttons on my blog. I have never once removed them. But I have changed them over time. It’s a subject everyone… More →