WordPress News Digest for Tuesday, June 20, 2017

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Define A Financial Structure Early

By / — If you’re looking to exit your company, building the financial structure for your business will be important. It will be the most important piece of the equation in any future… Read More The post Define A Financial Structure Early appeared… More →

Dev Chat Agenda for June 21st (4.8.1 week 1)

By / — This is the agenda for the weekly dev meeting on : 4.9 ideas and brainstorm 4.8.1 agenda Dev chat coordination General announcements If you have anything to propose to add to the agenda or specific items related to the above, please… More →

Welcome Ben as a new design rep

By / — As of today we have a new design rep, @empireoflight! Ben brings a different area of design focus to the rep team, so please join me in saying congratulations to Ben. More →

Design updates week one

By / — This is the first weekly call for updates for those contributing to design, as outlined here. The idea of these it to keep all designers connected. If you are contributing to design please add your reply as a comment to… More →

Principles of Secure WordPress Code

By / — Security is a very important topic. To secure WordPress, you must have responsible users making use of an instance of WordPress that is only executing secure code (maybe helped by some extra “hardening”) on a secured server. But a compromise… More →

How to Create Stunning Grid Layouts with Divi’s Video Module (Part 2)

By / — Welcome to post 2 of 5 in our miniseries How to Create Stunning Grid Layouts with Divi’s Video Module. In this series we are going to walk you through how to create amazing grid layouts from scratch using the Divi… More →

Thoughts And Highlights From WordCamp Europe 2017

By / — Without a doubt, Paris is one of my favorite cities and I was extremely excited for this year’s WordCamp Europe. WCEU is by far the largest WordCamp in Europe and it is one of the biggest WordCamps in the world.… More →

Design meetings new format

By / — The next few weeks are going to see a lot of posts as those of us that went to the Community Summit and WordCamp Europe update you all. This is the first of many, this time focusing on the weekly… More →

WP Google Analytics Events Pro Review: Add Event Tracking to WordPress

By / — Ever wished that you could get more insights from Google Analytics? The default Google Analytics tracking code gives you some helpful information about where your traffic is coming from and what it’s doing on your site. But Google Analytics itself… More →

WordPress Custom Fields 101: Tips, Tricks, and Hacks

By / — Ever wondered what are custom fields in WordPress? Want to learn more about how custom fields work? In this article, we will show you how to user WordPress custom fields with tips, tricks, and hacks. Since this is a lengthy… More →

How We Host WordPress: Infinite Scale, Redundancy, and Code Audits

By / — We host millions of sites across our CampusPress and WPMU DEV Hosting platforms. And we’re also behind Edublogs, likely the largest WordPress Multisite network in the world (if you don’t count WordPress.com). Over the past 11+ years of building and growing… More →

Call for Testing: WordPress for iOS 7.9

By / — WordPress for iOS version 7.9 beta is available for testing on TestFlight. Not part of the beta program yet? Please sign up for our TestFlight program to request to join as a beta tester. What to Test: 1. Aztec Native Editor The… More →

What is an XML sitemap and why should you have one?

By / — A good XML sitemap is a roadmap to all important pages of a website. This roadmap guides Google to all main content on a website. Having an XML sitemap can be beneficial for SEO, as Google can retrieve essential pages… More →

How to Promote Your Webinar With Video

By / — Webinars are one of the best ways to convert users to your products and services. However, they’re only as successful as the number of people that show up for them. It means you’re going to need to roll up your sleeves and… More →

How to Build Your Own Sports News Network Website

By / — WP RSS Aggregator is a freemium based WordPress plugin designed to provide your website with a “regular flow of fresh and relevant content”. However, adding unlimited number of RSS feeds to your website, placing them in pages, posts, or even… More →

Four Tips for How Often You Should Blog – BobWP

By / — Learn some of the best advice you can get when it comes to deciding how often you should post on your WordPress blog. More →

Disqus 3.0 Beta Improves Comment Syncing

By / — When we interviewed Daniel Ha, CEO and co-founder of Disqus, earlier this year, he explained why some users were reporting problems syncing comments between Disqus and WordPress and that improvements would be coming soon. “We may have taken some services offline to… More →