WordPress News Digest for Tuesday, September 20, 2016

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15 Best Masonry-Style WordPress Themes to Beautify Your Website

By / — With the growing popularity of content curation and aggregation-style sites, masonry layouts are becoming a popular design trend. These grid… The post 15 Best Masonry-Style WordPress Themes to Beautify Your Website appeared first on WPExplorer. More →

Advanced WordPress Development: Writing Object-Oriented Plugins

By / — There are a lot of benefits to learning object-oriented programming if you’re a WordPress developer. OOP code can help organize your code and make it reusable. It’s more extensible, easier to maintain, and encourages a culture of using design patterns.… More →

Hello Polyglots I am the author of the…

By / — Hello Polyglots! I am the author of the Post and Users Stats plugin (https://de.wordpress.org/plugins/posts-and-users-stats/), can someone please add me as editor for German (my native language): #de_DE – @patrickrobrecht #de_CH – @patrickrobrecht Thank you very much, Patrick More →

Hello Polyglots I am the plugin author for…

By / — Hello Polyglots! I am the plugin author for Events Manager, Login With AJAX, Meta Tag Manager and WP FullCalendar We have a number of great translation editors that we’d like to be able to approve translation for our plugin(s). Please… More →

How To Use Page Templates In A Plugin

By / — In this tutorial we're going to investigate how you can override a theme template files from your WordPress plugins. For… More →

How to Get Your WordPress Site Indexed By Google Quickly

By / — You’ve done it. After a lot of decisions, time and effort, you’ve managed to launch a new website, and you’re ready for the world to see it. It’s exciting, isn’t it? The world seems a little brighter and full of… More →

How to Import Great Content for a Quality Newsletter

By / — Newsletters are a great way to increase traffic to your site, boost sales, and connect with your site's readers. In this post, we'll show you how you can create a weekly newsletter with the WP RSS Aggregator plugin. More →

Quick Tips: Subscribe via Text Option

By / — Do you speak at events or host live streaming sessions? If so, our Subscribe via Text option is the ideal tool to have on hand for your listeners to easily and quickly join your list. Begin by selecting your mailing… More →

Scanning Your WordPress Websites for Security Vulnerabilities

By / — In the previous article, I talked about the 5 Best WordPress Security Plugins and Solutions. You should check out that article before reading this one since they are both connected. What if you need to go beyond normal scanning plugins?… More →

Super charging Yuasa Battery sales

By / —   Yuasa are the world's leading battery manufacturer. We've been charged (sorry, last pun, I promise) with looking after their websites for the last 5 years. Our latest work has seen us carry out a revamp of their battery lookup website. The brief… More →

The impact and opportunity of the sharing economy for eCommerce

By / — Towards the end of last year I happened upon a massive traffic jam caused by cab drivers who’d climbed out of their vehicles to gridlock central London protesting Uber. Similar protests took place in France and mostly recently in Indonesia.… More →

Using CDNs to Unlock a Big WordPress Speed Boost

By / — Hey! I’m Alex Denning and seven years ago I founded WPShout. I passed the site to Fred and David when I started university, who have done wonderful work since. I’m now freelancing full time and producing a course for WordPress users to become WordPress masters.… More →

Using Package Tags in WordPress Development

By / — Using Package tags in WordPress (the @package tag that you see in comments) is one aspect of plugin development that I call into question. Using Package Tags in WordPress Development was written by Tom. For more on WordPress, development, and… More →

WordPress: How to noindex a post!

By / — Some posts and pages should not show up in search results. To make sure they don’t show up, you should tell search engines to exclude them. You do this with a meta robots noindex tag. For example; you might not… More →