WordPress News Digest for Thursday, April 21, 2016

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24/7 Live Chat For Technical Support Launching April 26

By / — We believe that when customers ask us for help, our skilled team of WordPress experts should deliver a personal, one-on-one experience right when needed – regardless of the time of day, day of the week, or region of the world… More →

A Handy Guide on Creating and Using Shortcodes in WordPress

By / — Whether you're just a novice or an experienced developer, developing a WordPress site oftentimes could be painfully time-consuming. Especially, building a large-size website or an online portal can eat up a lot of your time. Possibly, you'll search for hacks… More →

Amazon Affiliate Plugin for WordPress Review – Earn Affiliate Income with AAWP

By / — Amazon Affiliate for WordPress ( AAWP ) is a plugin which allows you to pull Amazon product information into your WordPress website and monetize it using affiliate links generated by joining their Associates program. The links are generated dynamically and… More →

April 21st Support Team Meeting Summary

By / — WordPress 4.5, how’s it looking so far? We have added items for an upload issue under older Imagick versions, as well as an issue with TinyMCE under WordPress installed by Plesk, to the master list. WordPress 4.5.1, schedule and planned… More →

Country Statistics for Attendees on GWTD

By / — Here are some country statistics for the signups on wptranslationday.org (based on 1149 attendees). A total of 105 countries are represented. Argentina 12 Armenia 2 Australia 4 Austria 4 Azerbaijan 1 Bangladesh 6 Belarus 2 Belgium 4 Benin 2 Bolivia… More →

How ManageWP Orion Keeps Your Sites Secure

By / — In the past we have talked about how we at ManageWP take measures to keep your website’s secure, and we talked about the importance of keeping everything updated, but today we want to discuss why security is not a feature,… More →

How to Change the Default Post Category in WordPress

By / — Repetition can be annoying. If you post on your WordPress site even semi-regularly, then you may share my annoyance with the uncategorized category. You have to remember to change the little guy each and every time you’re about to publish… More →

How to Create an Online Course With WordPress

By / — So you want to create an online course but don’t know where to start? It may be complicated to get something… The post How to Create an Online Course With WordPress appeared first on Best Premium & Free WordPress Themes. More →

How to Find and Replace Text with One Click in your WordPress Database

By / — Are you looking to do a mass search and replace in WordPress? Whether you want to find and replace a specific text, URL, or an image, you can easily do so by using a find and replace WordPress plugin or… More →

How to Get Google Search for WordPress by Replacing Default Search

By / — The default WordPress search may be fine when you are just starting out, but as your site grows you will start to see some limitations. Notably, as the amount of content on your site increases, you will realize that it… More →

In Memoriam: Chuck Mullenweg

By / — My father, Chuck Mullenweg, passed one week ago today. After over a month in ICU he had just been transferred to long-term acute care in a different hospital and we were looking forward to a tough but steady road to… More →

Pressware Partnering with Evermore

By / — When Evermore was first released in 2014 and participated in some in-depth coverage and discussion with Post Status, my interested was piqued. That is to say that I was interested in what they were doing, but I had no clue… More →

Shared, VPS, Dedicated or Cloud Hosting? Which is Best for WordPress?

By / — What exactly are these types of web hosting and which one should you use? Picking the right one is all about understanding their strengths and weaknesses when it comes to performance as well as just how much "WordPress" these hosting… More →

Theme Reviewer Poll: Code Review

By / — Reviewers, please take a minute to complete the following poll: Please add any comments or questions, after you respond to the poll. More →

What we learned from WooConf about selling tickets online

By / — Our second WooConf took place earlier this April, and what an event it was. We had an incredible lineup of speakers, fantastic lunches and happy hours, and all the networking we could handle. We’ve already shared some of our learnings… More →