WordPress News Digest for Tuesday, March 22, 2016

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10 Creative & Modern WordPress Themes That Won’t Break the Bank

By / — Using a WordPress Theme is a great way to get started on WP. WordPress themes let you enhance your site with modern, creative designs while keeping costs low. When choosing a theme, look for features like responsive design, plugin-friendliness, cross-browser… More →

11 of The Best Wireframe & Prototype Tools for Planning Your Sites & Apps

By / — A wireframe is essentially a web designer’s plan for a web page. This frame can be hand-drawn with simple pen and paper, but wireframing tools are much more effective as they enable you to use drag-and-drop tools, collaborate with other… More →

Custom Database API – A Sample Orders Class

By / — In the previous part of this series we wrote the base class that we can then extend for each table in our database. For this part, we're going to look at what an orders table might look at and build… More →

German Switzerland Formal and Informal version

By / — Hello Currently we have a `de_CH` language which is currently being translated in the formal form. Please can we have an informal and formal form like `de_DE`? I suppose the best way may to rename `de_CH` to `de_CH_formal` and create… More →

Get WordPress Image ID By URL

By / — In a recent project I needed to automatically assign a image to a post from a URL. This situation happened where I had a library of image URLs which on the publish event of a new WordPress post we needed… More →

Hello Polyglots I’m the plugin author of WooCommerce…

By / — Hello Polyglots! I’m the plugin author of WooCommerce PDF Invoices, can you please adding below user as a translation editor #nb_NO. (@zorensen) https://wordpress.org/plugins/woocommerce-pdf-invoices/ Thank you! More →

How I prioritise small requests alongside project work

By / — Recently, I changed the way I prioritise new work requests and projects. Here’s what I’ve started doing. Prioritising the product backlog JIRA is our central system for development requests. There’s one project for smaller requests: the “BAU” as I call… More →

How to Fix the 403 Forbidden Error in WordPress

By / — Are you dealing with the 403 Forbidden error on your WordPress site? It is one of the most dreadful errors that a WordPress beginner can come across. In this article, we will show you how to easily fix the 403… More →

How to Manage Multiple WordPress Sites with MainWP

By / — Managing multiple WordPress websites can quickly become a complete headache. With frequent plugin and theme updates, management of posts, pages… The post How to Manage Multiple WordPress Sites with MainWP appeared first on Best Premium & Free WordPress Themes. More →

How to Use the Facebook Tracking Pixel to Increase Conversions

By / — The Facebook Tracking Pixel is a tool you can use to track conversions and customer actions to build optimized ad campaigns that lead to better conversions. The tool comes in the form of a snippet of JavaScript code you can… More →

Implementing Selective Refresh Support for Widgets

By / — WordPress 4.5 includes a new Customizer framework called selective refresh. To recap, selective refresh is a hybrid preview mechanism that has the performance benefit of not having to refresh the entire preview window. This was previously available with JS-applied postMessage… More →

Next week: Yoast SEO for WordPress training

By / — Next week, on March 30, we’ll release our Yoast SEO for WordPress training. After our Basic SEO training, this will be the second course we offer at Yoast Academy! Videos for all features of Yoast SEO The Yoast SEO for… More →

Orion Pricing Explained

By / — This is it, ladies and gents, the long overdue article you’ve all been highly anticipating. Get your popcorns, calculators and pitchforks ready, we’re talking about the new ManageWP Orion pricing model. Read more on Orion Pricing Explained… The post Orion… More →

Submit Pull Requests to WordPress Core with the GitHub-to-Patch Utility

By / — When Matt Mullenweg asked the audience who has used Git and/or GitHub during his 2014 State of the Word address, the response was almost unanimous. “Whoah, that’s all the hands!” he exclaimed before announcing that core contributors will soon be… More →

The Truth About The Environment (My Talk at WordCamp Atlanta 2016)

By / — WordCamp Atlanta 2016 this past weekend and it was an a blast. I met a lot of great, incredibly smart people, and had the opportunity to hang out with some people who I've known online for a while. I'll do… More →

Understanding PHP Globals and Variable Scope in WordPress

By / — One of the most maligned features of WordPress is the rampant use of “globals variables.” There are huge decades-long discussions in software development circles about why heavy reliance on globally scoped variables is a bad design decision, but that debate… More →

Using Semantic Markup with WordPress to Improve Your Search Results

By / — Optimizing your WordPress site for semantic search can help it appear in more contextually relevant search results, which means more targeted users in the long haul. Here's how to get started. More →

WordPress Adopts Accessibility Coding Standards for All New and Updated Code

By / — The Accessibility Team announced today that the WordPress Accessibility Coding Standards have been approved for the core handbook. The team sought feedback on the draft of the guidelines earlier this year and, after a few revisions, the coding standards are… More →

WordPress Theme Review Team Moves Towards Automating Review Process

By / — Getting a theme approved for the WordPress directory can sometimes take months, depending on the number of corrections required and reviewers available to handle the queue. As part of a larger plan to make things more efficient, the WordPress Theme… More →