WordPress News Digest for Tuesday, July 21, 2015

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20 Most Influential WordPress Businesses and Companies Today

By / — WordPress is one of the best examples of how businesses can thrive in an open source ecosystem. There are many multi-million dollar businesses earning all their revenue from WordPress related products and services. In this article, we will highlight some… More →

21 Medical WordPress Themes To Instill Confidence In Your Medical Practice

By / — Getting a business website off the ground is no mean feat. This is especially true if your business is in the medical industry. You naturally want to stand out from the crowd and make your mark on the great wide… More →

Assigning or Changing Categories for Bulk Posts in WordPress – BobWP

By / — Have you ever wanted to change a category but wasn’t sure if it would cause problems? Or maybe you have wanted to take all the posts assigned to one category and assign a second category to all of them? Before… More →

Calculating Your Freelance Hourly Rate [Infographic]

By / — With well over 53 million freelancers in the US alone, more and more creative professionals are opting to leave the daily grind and work for themselves. A large subset of those ditching their day jobs and launching their own self-employed… More →

Getting Started with Fixing WordPress Bugs

By / — Regardless of if you're new to a small agency or team or a large corporate large, one of the best things you can do as a developer is to jump in and begin trying to fix bugs from the existing… More →

Instantly Add Notes to the WordPress Post and Page Editor Screens with WP NoteUp

By / — Ever wanted to add notes to the WordPress post editor screen while you are working on your latest blog post? Well by installing the free WP NoteUp plugin, now you can. After installing the WP NoteUp plugin, you get a… More →

Kia ora, lets add en_NZ as a locale

By / — Requesting an additional locale for New Zealand to be added with the details below: Locale: en_NZ Country code: NZ Plural forms: nplurals=2; plural=(n != 1); Language native name: English New Zealand Sub-domain: en-nz.wordpress.org Site Title: English ( New Zealand )… More →

ManageWP Orion Developer Diary #5 – Search, API, Tester Spotlight & More

By / — Summertime is the time to sit back and unwind, at least according to Fresh Prince of Bel Air. We ain’t got time for that, not with a huge challenge like Orion ahead of us; we’re doubling our effort. Our team is being reinforced, which… More →

Parallax One: A Completely Free One Page Parallax Theme from Themeisle

By / — Themeisle have been doing really well lately with their Zerif Lite theme which is currently ranked as the 5th most popular free theme on the WordPress directory. There is also a pro version of this theme which is their top… More →

Shortcake Bakery Plugin Offers a Suite of Useful Shortcodes for WordPress Publishers

By / — In March, the Shortcake project officially began its journey as a feature plugin with regular meetings for contributors working to make it ready to propose for inclusion in WordPress core. The plugin provides a friendly UI for adding shortcodes and… More →

Speed Up How You Manage WordPress With WP-CLI and the Command Line

By / — Why spend time carrying out routine and often boring admin tasks for WordPress like updating plugins, managing users, and even setting up Multisite when you don't have to? WP-CLI is a brilliant command line tool that isn't just for developers.… More →

There is No Such Thing as a Split License

By / — There’s a term that pops in the WordPress community, “split license”, that we should put to rest. It’s sloppy at best, misleading at worst. First, some background. WordPress is under a license called the GPL, which basically says you can… More →

Understanding PHP Output Buffering, and Why It’s Great for Shortcodes

By / — One of the first things in PHP that really stumped me was the different between code that created output and code that didn’t. I knew, vaguely, that things that had an echo statement in PHP meant something important, but that… More →

Why I’m Excited to Be Attending Microconf Europe

By / — This year I'm making a conscious effort to attend more events outside of the WordPress circuit, and MicroConf Europe is the one conference that I'm most excited to be attending. More →

Why and How to Improve Your WordPress Internal Search

By / — Let’s face facts. The WordPress site search capabilities aren’t as good as they could be. From returning results that aren’t… The post Why and How to Improve Your WordPress Internal Search appeared first on Best Premium & Free WordPress Themes. More →

WordPress Developers: How to Create a Productive Working Environment

By / — Ah, the life of a WordPress developer. Long hours sitting in a chair, staring a screen, an occasional glance outside to relieve your eye strain and your back, your poor aching back. Haven’t you heard sitting is the new smoking?… More →