WordPress News Digest for Friday, October 21, 2016

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Twenty Seventeen Meeting Notes: Oct. 21 2016

By / — Here’s the meeting summary for this week. If I missed anything, let me know in the comments. Housekeeping Slack archive of meeting. Meetings are every in #core-themes in Slack. Agenda. Summary General theme update: The theme merged to Core this… More →

Twenty Seventeen: Agenda for Oct 21, 2016 Meeting

By / — Here’s the agenda for today’s weekly meeting on Twenty Seventeen. It will last 30 minutes, and I’ll be around in the #core-themes channel for at least 30 minutes afterward to answer any questions. General theme update. #38375, #38390. Open floor.… More →

WP REST API Content Endpoints Officially Approved for Merge into WordPress 4.7

By / — Fans of the WordPress REST API will know that it’s taking forever to ship. Some reasons are great—thousands of hours from dozens of volunteers to make sure it’s as right as it can be when it goes into WordPress core—and… More →

Programmatically Set the WordPress User Role

By / — Say you're working a project, you need to import users and, you need to set the WordPress user role in the context of the import process. Programmatically Set the WordPress User Role was written by Tom. For more on WordPress,… More →

Hueman theme PTE request.

By / — Please add me as editor of the Chinese (Taiwan) translation theme for https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp-themes/hueman/ at the request Hueman. Chinese (Taiwan) (#zh_TW) (@kaiconan) Thank you, kaiconan #editor-requests #translation-editorLogin to ReplyMark as done More →

How to prepare your store for holiday traffic

By / — Prepare your store for holiday traffic and guarantee that you’re ready to handle the hoards of customers coming your way. The post How to prepare your store for holiday traffic appeared first on WooCommerce. More →

22 Top University Websites Using WordPress

By / — More and more websites are running on WordPress, in fact, 25% do! WordPress is known as a platform that allows web developers […] The post 22 Top University Websites Using WordPress appeared first on Pagely® WordPress Hosting. More →

Weekly WordPress News: $225 Theme Experiments and Official WordPress Themes

By / — This week, WP Tavern has an interesting look at the behind the scenes motivations behind PixelGrade's decision to use ThemeForest's author driven pricing to offer a $225 theme. The post Weekly WordPress News: $225 Theme Experiments and Official WordPress Themes… More →

WP Ninjas Friday Roundup 10/21

By / — Welcome to the WP Ninjas Friday Roundup! Fall weather is finally starting to settle in here in the Southeast US! It’s a nice relief from the constant 90 degree temps. We missed you last week as I was on vacation… More →

Kinsta Managed Hosting Review: Blazingly Fast and Solid Features

By / — Kinsta is a relative new-comer to the WordPress managed hosting scene, but since launching in 2013 has quickly become a force to be reckoned with. Marketed as “Better, faster, stronger managed WordPress hosting,” the web host uses Google’s Cloud Platform… More →

Lackawanna River, Simpson, PA – September 2016

By / — Lackawanna River, Simpson, PA – September 2016 More →

Bundling – Not What We Wanted

By / — The trouble with bundling is the presumptions we make. More →

How to create a 301 redirect in WordPress

By / — There will be times where you want to redirect visitors to a different part of your website when they visit a particular page or post. Reasons for this can be that you renamed a post and its URL, a page was removed… More →

How to Protect Emails from Spammers with WordPress Email Encoder

By / — Do you want to share your email address on your website without getting caught by spam bots? When you add an email link or plain text email address, it will most likely be copied by an spam email harvesting bot.… More →

How to Get Your Web Design Clients to Send You Content

By / — When putting together a proposal for web design clients, one of the most overlooked parts of the process is also one of the most important pieces for finishing a project. Can you guess what it is? It’s content. As a… More →

Hi, I would like to…

By / — Hi, I would like to know how I can get in touch with the current editors of the Kazakhstan Groups as I have a lot of Kazakh students (Native Kazakh speakers) who are very proficient in English and are ideal… More →

Should You Offer Transcripts for Your Podcast? – BobWP

By / — I have been meaning to write this one ever since we added transcripts to our podcast. I have chosen not to do any in-depth research on the subject, although I did quite a bit before I made this decision. Also,… More →

Monstroid & Divi Multipurpose WordPress Themes – Main Features & Comparison

By / — Monstroid and Divi are probably the most popular all-in-one solutions on the net. However, you don’t need two similar web design and development toolkits, do you? So, the time when you should choose either Monstroid or Divi will come by… More →

Hello Polyglots!, I am the…

By / — Hello Polyglots, I am the plugin author for Restaurant Reservations, Food and Drink Menu, Business Profile and Good Reviews for WP. I have a translation contributor that I’d like to be able to approve translation for these plugins. Please add… More →

Hi, i would like to…

By / — Hi, i would like to be a the events calendar (plugin) translator, there are a few otrographic errors. https://translate.wordpress.org/locale/es-mx/default/wp-plugins/the-events-calendar #es_MX – @quienjalamx Gracias #editor-requestsLogin to ReplyMark as done More →

Black Friday 2016 – Let Us Help You

By / — Remember this date: 25th November 2016. That's the date for Black Friday! It's the day where you can save a whole lot of money through special discounts and offers. We're really excited to help you, the plugin, theme, hosting, or… More →

Interview with Jesse Ness, Marketing Manager for Ecwid

By / — Today we are talking with Jesse Ness, the marketing manager at Ecwid. Ecwid is home to the leading eCommerce shopping plugin, also called Ecwid. Here you can read my review for Ecwid on WPLift. Ecwid was founded in 2009 to… More →

Hello Polyglots,

By / — My plugin has 2 language packs already active on translate.wordpress.org After updating my plugin, 4 strings was added to code & POT file. Unfortunately I can see them on Translation of Development (trunk). Why? What am i doing wrong? I… More →

Weekly Roundup: October 21, 2016

By / — Heyo, podcast fans! I had the pleasure of chatting with Jonathan and John at WP Tonic this week, you can check out that interview here about building plugins for WooCommerce, building apps for Shopify, comparing eCommerce solutions, and abandoned cart… More →