WordPress News Digest for Monday, March 21, 2016

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Ask Yoast: Google PageSpeed score

By / — In Ask Yoast we handle your SEO question! This time we received a question from Stefan Wohlert from Venlo, just around the corner here in the Netherlands. He asks: “How important is the Google PageSpeed score for SEO?” In this video… More →

Chamath on Growing Facebook

By / — This is a cool talk from Chamath Palihapitiya from a few years ago in 2013 which makes it extra interesting. It seems like a smaller audience so it’s fun and unguarded. (Though a great thing about Chamath is he’s incredibly candid… More →

EP180 – Reuse, renew, recycle your WordPress website content –

By / — This week on WPwatercooler we'll be discussing how to manage your old content on your WordPress site. Removing, refreshing, reusing and redirecting we'll be discussing it all. Show aired March 21 at 11am PDT / 2pm EDT / 7PM UTC… More →

Getting Your WordPress Website Ready for Facebook Instant Articles

By / — Facebook Instant Articles load faster than standard web links and provide an immersive app-like experience. Here's how you can integrate your WordPress website into Facebook's new program and get an organic boost in performance. More →

Great Giveaway from Themezilla – Hype Zillacommerce Theme is Free for Everyone

By / — This month, Themezilla made a big splash by releasing the first fully-integrated theme for selling online with WordPress and Shopify. The integration is called Zillacommerce, and it combines the front-end flexibility of WordPress with Shopify's secure, state-of-the-art ecommerce platform. Themezilla… More →

How To Create A Show Password Button

By / — In this tutorial we're going to have a quick look at how you can create a show password button on your register or login forms. When you're creating a register form it's best practice to have this form as small… More →

How to Build a Church Website With WordPress

By / — Churches today have to meet people where they are and that means having a website, just like most other businesses and organizations. However, for the website to serve the church well, it must be well thought out and easy to manage.… More →

How to Build a WordPress Business – An Interview With Macho Themes

By / — Since its inception more than a decade ago, WordPress has opened opportunities for thousands of people. From developers, designers and content creators to brick-and-mortar businesses, e-commerce sites and online shops to some of the largest corporations and top websites in… More →

How to Setup a Professional Email Address with Google Apps and Gmail

By / — The first thing every business owner needs is a professional email address. After you setup your website, the next most important to do is create a professional branded email address. In this article, we will show you how to setup… More →

Pressware Plugins For a Better Blogging Experience

By / — Pressware Plugins is something that I've been talking about in a few different posts before this one. I've spoken of the project in the following posts: – Pressware Plugins For a Better Blogging Experience – Preparing to Launch Pressware Plugins… More →

Project Bloat

By / — Can we have a serious talk about project bloat? During the framework kerfluffle, I remarked that I hated seeing a 10 line plugin needlessly include a framework like CMB2 because of the size of plugin it created. Someone remarked that… More →

Shopify for WordPress, A New Approach To E-Commerce

By / — When you think of WordPress and e-commerce you probably can only come up with a few options. WooCommerce is a… The post Shopify for WordPress, A New Approach To E-Commerce appeared first on Best Premium & Free WordPress Themes. More →

Textured Gradients in Pure CSS

By / — When you do the same things in CSS all the time, it’s easy to overlook what an awesome creative tool it can actually be. Check out this nice tutorial to learn how to create a textured gradient using a Gaussian filter… More →

Torque Weekly Digest: 3/21/16

By / — Here we provide a weekly recap of the biggest stories from torquemag.io. Dedicated to informing new and advanced WordPress users about the industry, Torque is a hub for WordPress news, business, and community. Here are some of last week’s top stories from Torque: “THE… More →

Two-Factor Authentication: A Second Line Of Defense

By / — Denver Broncos outside linebacker Von Miller and his defensive line had one mission in Super Bowl 50: shut down Cam Newton and annihilate his once mighty Carolina Panthers offense. And they succeeded, delivering blow after crushing blow to defeat the… More →

WordPress goes WCAG

By / — With great pride the WordPress Accessibility Team can announce: All new or updated code released into WordPress core and bundled themes must conform with the WCAG 2.0 guidelines at level AA. On February 15th, 2016, the WordPress Accessibility Coding Standards… More →

Work on requirements automation update #1

By / — I will be leading the initiative to automate the requirements so to reduce the amount of manual checking. The first steps that we have taken is to remove duplicate requirements on three topics: plugin territory theme tags and description code… More →