WordPress News Digest for Wednesday, March 22, 2017

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Agenda for March 23rd Support Meeting

By / — General Announcements WordPress 4.7.3 Checkin with International Support Liaisons For any other items to discuss please add them in the comments below, or bring them up in the meeting. The meeting will be in #forums on Slack. (a Slack account… More →

Building A WordPress Theme Using VueJS

By / — In this series, we're going to use VueJS to create a WordPress theme using the WordPress REST API to display your WordPress content. I'll try to go through all the… More →

Foxhound Is the First REST API Powered Theme on WordPress.org

By / — Foxhound made its debut on WordPress.org yesterday. The React-based theme is the first in the directory to use the REST API endpoints included in WordPress 4.7. Foxhound sports a tasteful blog design with single-page app functionality that loads posts instantly.… More →

The JavaScript for WordPress Master Course with Zac Gordon

By / — It’s a big week in WordPress education: we just launched the Second Edition of Up and Running, which is awesome, and Zac Gordon is accepting enrollees for his JavaScript for WordPress Master Course. More →

How Cured creates personal connections between customers and food

By / — Read the inspiring story of Cured, a small fine foods shop that grew its online presence with the help of WooCommerce, Square and lots of love. The post How Cured creates personal connections between customers and food appeared first on… More →

Introducing Ixion

By / — Meet Ixion, the latest theme to join our WordPress.org collection. Designed by Mel Choyce and developed by Caroline Moore, Ixion is a clean and professional theme geared to schools, non-profits, and organizations. Put your most exciting news front and center… More →

Contact page examples: What makes a great contact page?

By / — In this post, we’ll go over a number of contact page examples, so you’ll be able to review your own contact page and improve it. For a lot of companies, that contact page is the main reason they have a… More →

Linear Regressions in PHP

By / — Using PHP to calculate trendiness The post Linear Regressions in PHP appeared first on Half-Elf on Tech. More →

How to Regain the Justify and Underline Text Buttons in the WordPress Editor

By / — To paraphrase Douglas Adams: in the beginning, WordPress used to feature both justify and underline text buttons in the visual editor. Then they were removed; and while this has neither made a lot of people very angry – or been widely… More →

How To Choose a Theme for Your WordPress eCommerce Site with Chris Tuttle – BobWP

By / — Episode 61 is a revisit on a subject I talked about earlier last season. And that is choosing a theme for your WordPress eCommerce site. This time, I wanted to bring in someone experienced in the theme marketplace, and Chris… More →

One-Time Lifetime Offer from WP Time Capsule

By / — WP Time Capsule are offering a one-time lifetime offer that's not to be missed. They offer an all-inclusive WordPress backup solution for all your needs. Learn more about it before the offer is gone for good. More →

10 Innovative Themes for a WooCommerce Breakthrough

By / — Conditions in the contemporary e-Commerce environment require continuous commitment of online traders. The great news for entrepreneurs working in this field is that modern technology plays for them. Numerous software tools are made these days to help them spread the… More →

Help Jesse Petersen and His Family by Donating to His Medical Leave Fund

By / — Jesse Petersen, a longtime member of the WordPress community and founder of Genesis The.me, needs our help. Petersen is battling Cystic Fibrosis and earlier this year after visiting a clinic, discovered that his lung function was at 22%. Due to… More →

Up and Running Review: A Great Course to Learn WordPress Development

By / — If you’re not familiar, Up and Running is a WordPress development course from Fred and David of WPShout, a popular WordPress tutorial website. The post Up and Running Review: A Great Course to Learn WordPress Development appeared first on WPLift. More →

Creating A REST API With Lumen

By / — In this article, we will investigate how you can easily create a simple REST API using Lumen. To illustrate this API, we'll create a Books table, and then perform CRUD… More →

How to Create an Image Gallery in WordPress

By / — So you have bought a shiny new digital camera and want to share your photos with the world? But how do you add those images as a gallery in grid and columns instead of one picture at a time? In… More →

3 Design Tweaks to Help Your WooCommerce Store Gain a Competitive Advantage

By / — This is a guest post from Cody Landefeld, founder at Mode Effect and senior web strategist. In 2010, Cody and his wife Raquel founded Mode Effect after creating WordPress sites for clients over the past 8 years. They’ve since found… More →

EP227 – The WordPress Plugin Directory

By / — This week on WPwatercooler we'll be discussing the WordPress Plugin Directory. The post EP227 – The WordPress Plugin Directory appeared first on WPwatercooler. More →

WPblab EP67 – Learning WordPress Development with WPShout

By / — This week on WPblab we'll be speaking with WPShout about learning to do WordPress development. If you are looking to be a WordPress developer this should be the perfect episode for you. The post WPblab EP67 – Learning WordPress Development… More →

Adding Images to WordPress Sidebars Is About to Get a Lot Easier

By / — Adding images to sidebars in WordPress is a cumbersome task that requires users to upload an image to the Media Library, find the URL, copy it, and paste it into a Text widget along with additional HTML. Nearly two years… More →