WordPress News Digest for Friday, August 19, 2016

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17 Best WordPress Resume Themes for Your Online CV

By / — Are you looking for a CV or Resume theme for WordPress? Building an online resume with your CV can help you build a personal brand, find job, and make new contacts. WordPress is an ideal platform to build your professional… More →

Bug Scrub for 4.6.1

By / — The first bug scrub for 4.6.1 will be in #core. There are currently 9 tickets open on the 4.6.1 milestone in various stages of verification, patching, and testing. Working with these over the next several days before the bug scrub will help… More →

Community Update: Divi 3.0 Beta, Powered by Divi T-Shirts, & Upcoming WordCamps–Divi Nation Short

By / — Welcome to Day 81 of our Divi 100 Marathon. Keep tuning in for 100 days in a row of awesome Divi resources as we count down to the amazing release of Divi 3.0 on the final day of the series!… More →

Design chat summary for August 18

By / — This is the design chat summary on August 18. (Slack log). In attendance was: myself, @michaelarestad, @foliovision, @mapk, @melchoyce, @jorbin, @helen, @westonruter, @remediosgraphic I brought up the WordPress 4.7 Design Wishlist post, and @jorbin mentioned there are a lot of… More →

Free Restaurant WordPress Plugins To Make Your Website Shine

By / — The best restaurant websites have come a long way from the days of simply displaying menu items and contact details…. The post Free Restaurant WordPress Plugins To Make Your Website Shine appeared first on Best Premium & Free WordPress Themes. More →

Hello Polyglots I would like to ask you…

By / — Hello Polyglots, I would like to ask you to assign me as PTE for the following plugin for de_DE: Companion Auto Update https://wordpress.org/plugins/companion-auto-update/ Thanks More →

Hello again support team The meta team posted some…

By / — Hello again support team! The meta team posted some mockups of the support forum redesign. Check them and let us know what you think! More →

High School Teacher Turns WordPress Pro

By / — Some people take our WordPress courses because they want to change their theme; others because they want to change their life. Julie Feirer falls into to latter category. Julie was on a quest to quit her job and start her… More →

How To Create a Mobile App for Your News Curation Website

By / — If you follow WP Mayor you may have come across our tutorial on how to create a news aggregation or news curation website with WordPress. This post proved to be a great hit with some of you even opting to create… More →

Javascript For WordPress Developers: Using AJAX

By / — AJAX, or Asynchronous Javascript and XML, is used to communicate with server-side scripts and allows you to load content dynamically without having to reload the page. Say, for example, that you’re building a website for a local charity and you… More →

Josh Pollock, WordPress Development, and the REST API

By / — If you're looking to learn WordPress Development with the REST API, check out what Josh Pollock has coming up. Josh Pollock, WordPress Development, and the REST API was written by Tom. For more on WordPress, development, and resources then visit… More →

Let’s Encrypt cPanel

By / — Are you there, server? It's me, Let's Encrypt. Making your sites more secure. More →

WP Ninjas Friday Roundup 8/19

By / — Welcome to the WP Ninjas Friday Roundup! Excitement is mounting around the office as we work on the final few of our major extensions to upgrade to THREE compatibility before our official launch. We’re close enough to finally feel ready… More →

Weekly WordPress News: WordPress 4.6 “Pepper”

By / — If you haven’t heard already, WordPress 4.6 was released on Tuesday the 16th. It’s named “Pepper” and includes some nice enhancements to the update system and the WordPress Editor. If you’re a draft hoarder, you can learn how to implement… More →