WordPress Digest for Monday, January 20, 2014

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10 Awesome Free WordPress Accordion Plugins

By / — Need to save space or temporarily hide content? An accordion plugin will do the trick. More →

7 Fantastic WordPress Plugins to Make your Site Mobile Responsive

By / — Over the last few years, it has become essential to create a mobile responsive site. More and more users are using mobile devices to meet their content needs, so if your site isn’t mobile friendly, then you are missing a… More →

AH-O₂ Update, the first

By / — Hey UI team! @samuelsidler thought it would be good for me to post over here for the AH-O2 project. All the previous AH-O2 posts are over on make/docs, and I don’t want to try to recreate the entire history here,… More →

Activate WordPress Plugins on Site Creation Using Multisite

By / — Have you ever ran a WordPress multisite environment where you have users signing up for accounts and creating sites at the same time? Have you ever wanted to have different types of site level such as Bronze, Silver and Gold… More →

Display Menus When Location Is Assigned

By / — In WordPress the user can create their own menus in the CMS area by just going to Appearance -> Menus. From this page you can then assign these menus to locations in the theme by choosing the theme location for… More →

EP73 – WordCamp Phoenix 2014 Recap – WPwatercooler – January 20th 2014

By / — On today's episode of WPwatercooler we will be recapping the events that occurred in Chandler AZ. Live stream at 11:00am PSTThe post EP73 – WordCamp Phoenix 2014 Recap – WPwatercooler – January 20th 2014 appeared first on WPwatercooler. More →

Front-end Editor Meeting 20 January

By / — With @avryl (me), @melchoyce, @helen, @samuelsidler, @gcorne, @obenland, @azzaoz and @ubernaut. (Log.) We changed the meeting time to Tuesdays 17:00 UTC since that’s going to be much easier for some of us. Next meeting is in #wordpress-ui. There’s been a lot… More →

How to Allow Users to Upload Images in WordPress Comments

By / — Images and comments are both powerful tools to boost user engagement on your site. This is one of the reasons why Facebook allow users to upload images with their comments. What if we told you that you can add the… More →

New Guts

By / — While this site may look nearly identical to the previous version, there's lots that went on under the hood; I thought a quick run-through of the current doodads were in order. Grunt I was and will always be a huge… More →

Opus: A Free WordPress Blogging Theme With A Big Personality

By / — Opus is a new WordPress theme for bloggers, now available in the official themes directory. Created by WordPress theme developer Fikri Rasyid, Opus takes a mobile first approach to responsive design and features a fluid layout. When he set out… More →

The Top 20 Biggest Brands Built Around WordPress – Part II

By / — Hey everyone! Welcome to the second (and final) part of our “Brands Built around WordPress” series. In this list we’ll take a look at some of the well known theme companies and managed WordPress hosting services. If you’d like to make… More →

Theme Review Incentive: December 2013 Winners

By / — Congratulations to @rohitink, @ZGani, and @alex27; you three have completed the most new Theme approvals for mid-November through December! Please post your Featured Theme selections in the comments, with a link to the Theme’s WPORG Theme Directory listing. The Themes that… More →

TinyMCE 4.0

By / — In case you missed the announcement over on Make/Core, we’re moving to TinyMCE 4.0 I shall quote: This is a major upgrade for the WordPress editor. There are many changes in 4.0: New UI and UI API. New theme. Revamped events system/API.… More →

Using IFTTT With WordPress

By / — You may have heard of the IFTTT service. It has become very popular due to the simple way it allows you to automate a vast array of online activities. Using the service, you no longer need to manually update all… More →

What’s coming up in Q1 of 2014

By / — With the 2013 year growing ever-distant in our rear-view mirrors, and the 2014 road out ahead of us, we're excited to share with you what we've got planned for the first quarter of 2014. 2013 was a great year, for… More →

Who Says You Have To Retire At 62?

By / — This guest post is part of our Customer Spotlight series. If you have an interesting story to tell and would like to share your experience with WordPress and Elegant Themes on our blog, please contact us! Let Me Introduce Myself Some people would… More →

Why I Write eBooks

By / — I love reading. And writing. I do it all the time. Alllll the time. Oh and a sneak announcement at the end. Read more to reveal all! More →

WordPress Developers Take Note: TinyMCE 4.0 Merged Into Core

By / — Andrew Ozz who is responsible for maintaining TinyMCE in WordPress has announced that TinyMCE 4.0 has been merged into core. The upgrade contains a number of changes including: New UI and UI API. New theme. Revamped events system/API. Better code… More →

WordPress Security Essentials: Say Goodbye to Hackers

By / — It's not fun having your site hacked. Beefing up your site's security can seem like a chore, but it's far easier than dealing with the aftermath of malicious hackers taking down your site. So how exactly do you secure your… More →