WordPress News Digest for Saturday, June 21, 2014

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Code changes should be hard to get accepted

By / — About a month ago a developer submitted a pull request to one of my plugins. At first glance the proposed changes looked fine, meaning that the code was clean, formatted nicely, and made sense. After reviewing and thinking about it for… More →

EP92 – What is the best price for a WordPress theme? – June 23, 2014

By / — On this episode we discuss what is the best prices for a WordPress theme this from both the seller and the buyers perspective. Show airs June 23 at 11am PDT / 2pm EDT / 7PM UTC The post EP92 -… More →

Easily Install phpDocumentor Alongside MAMP Pro

By / — In previous posts, I’ve talked about the WordPress Coding Standards, and the importance of documenting your code, but I’ve not actually spent a lot of time discussing how easy it is to actually generate documentation for your themes. And by… More →

Hi Pot files repository is outdated again no…

By / — Hi! Pot files repository is outdated again, no .pot files since 3.8.3 http://i18n.svn.wordpress.org/pot/tags/ I would thank you very much if someone can fix this. And by the way, why not include .pot files in WordPress package? I always wondered why… More →

How to Remove the Login Shake Effect From WordPress

By / — If you've ever forgotten the password for your WordPress site, then you know the login box shakes. In today's Weekend WordPress Project I'll show you how to quickly remove the shake effect. More →

MotoPress Review: Drag & Drop Content Editor for WordPress

By / — Recently we did a review of new Drag & Drop page builder plugin called VelocityPage, it is a fantastic new plugin. I really liked the basic functionality and design. Anyway, I recently got the chance to review another similar plugin… More →

Thanks to This Week’s Partner: PushUp Notification Service for WordPress

By / — Huge thanks to this week’s content partner, PushUp, the push notification service for WordPress. This service from the folks at 10up, the WordPress web agency, allows you to deliver notifications right from your WordPress site straight to your reader’s desktop. This… More →

Using the HHVM with WordPress

By / — Over at the ManageWP Blog Brenda Barron put together  — after a plagiarism dust-up with me — a solid article about what it’s like to try to use the HHVM — an alternative PHP interpreter I recently explained — with WordPress today. The… More →