WordPress News Digest for Tuesday, August 19, 2014

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5 Ways to Make Your Product Pages More Responsive

By / — We no longer live in a world where a 12 inch black-and-white TV screen is our only window into the world. Whereas one television screen per household was more than anyone would even dream of decades ago, these days, we… More →

Everything You Should Know About Using Custom Scripts and Styles In WordPress

By / — One of the most important things about WordPress is also one of the more initially confusing parts: how exactly do I add my own Javascript files and CSS sheets in “the WordPress way”? The WordPress way of adding stylesheets and… More →

Free Plugins to Speed Up Your WordPress Website

By / — Internet users today are an impatient bunch. Seemingly small time delays are hugely significant, and have a big impact on… The post Free Plugins to Speed Up Your WordPress Website appeared first on Best Premium & Free WordPress Themes. More →

How To Design For Conversion Using The Divi Theme

By / — No matter what type of blog you run, I think all website and blog owners can agree that they all want the same thing: conversion. Now, you can do all the on-site/off-site SEO that you’d like to do – and… More →

How to Easily Add Icons to Menus in WordPress

By / — Have you ever found yourself wanting to spice up the navigation menus on your site by adding icons? Typically, you’d have to edit the CSS of a theme but thanks to a new plugin, you don’t have to. Menu Icons… More →

How to Easily Show a Page List with Thumbnails in WordPress

By / — Most business websites primarily use pages for their content. Since pages are different than posts, you may need different ways to display them. In this article, we will show you how to easily add a page list with thumbnails in… More →

Increase Conversions with Custom Testimonials – 30 Free & Paid WordPress Testimonial Plugins

By / — Adding customer testimonials are standard practice these days on websites offering services or products, they are proven to increase conversions using social proof. You can reach out to existing customers on social media or via your customer newsletter and ask… More →


By / — So 4.0 man. What do WE see as the features that will cause the biggest issues? Media Library Grid – Any plugin that adds features to the media library may need serious work. Post Editor – The editor staying on… More →

Send to WordPress: Chrome Extension Exports Google Docs to WordPress Posts

By / — If you’re a Google chrome user, there are many free extensions out there that are useful for getting other applications to work with WordPress. Earlier this year we shared a collection of Chrome extensions for WordPress users, many of which… More →

Small Security Vulnerability in Disqus WordPress Plugin

By / — As some of you may have heard, a number of CSRF (Cross-site Request Forgery) vulnerabilities were discovered in the Disqus plugin for WordPress by Nik Cubrilovic not too long ago. The biggest of these issues […] The post Small Security… More →

Snapshot, Clone, Copy, Template: The WPMU DEV Multisite Copying Toolkit

By / — WPMU DEV's recent release of the Cloner plugin put another powerful site copying tool into the hands of WordPress multisite network owners' hands. But which tool should you use when? More →

Specialization is for Insects, and Developers?

By / — A human being should be able to change a diaper, plan an invasion, butcher a hog, conn a ship, design a building, write a sonnet, balance accounts, build a wall, set a bone, comfort the dying, take orders, give orders,… More →

Team chat agenda for week #34

By / — For any items that you may want discussed in this week’s #wordpress-sfd meetup please reply in the comments below. WordPress 4.0 beta 4 and preparing for all hands on deck for RC1 and the not that far away release. I’ll… More →

The Ethics of Ad Platforms

By / — A variety of advertising platforms such as Google AdWords and AdSense play a key role in bringing fresh traffic to WordPress sites as well as in monetizing many types of blogs. As these platforms grow […] The post The Ethics… More →

The WhiP Newsletter #66

By / — Akismet security release, new WPMU DEV plugin, and optimizing your site. Check out The Whip for more daily lashings of WordPress goodness. More →

Why Bootstrap is a bad fit for WordPress Themes

By / — Since its release in 2011, Bootstrap has quickly become the most popular front-end framework on Github. This popularity also has an … Continue reading → More →

WordPress Plugin Boilerplate: Testing 1, 2, 3

By / — In 2011, I released the first version of the WordPress Plugin Boilerplate and have been maintaining it (along with contributions from other programmers) ever since. Over the last couple of years, the Boilerplate became quite active – as far as… More →

https core trac wordpress org ticket 29258

By / — https://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/29258 More →