WordPress News Digest for Tuesday, April 22, 2014

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10 Awesome WordPress Membership Plugins (Part 2)

By / — WordPress membership websites are a popular means of making money online. With the help of a few plugins, you can… The post 10 Awesome WordPress Membership Plugins (Part 2) appeared first on Best Premium & Free WordPress Themes. More →

20 Modern WordPress Themes for Gaming Review Websites & Blogs

By / — Today we have a round up of some excellent quality WordPress themes designed to be used for Gaming Review websites and blogs. These themes have a modern layout in a magazine style with space for big screenshots, social media integrations… More →

Add Media Upload Button to bbPress

By / — As a moderator in bbPress, you sometimes need to upload an image in order to better explain a solution. In the past I uploaded the image using the Media uploader,… More →

Automattic Introduces Postbot App for Scheduling Photo Posts

By / — Today Automattic introduced Postbot, a new stand-alone application for scheduling image posts. The new app allows users to upload multiple images and schedule them out over several days. Postbot creates a post for each image and automatically posts them to… More →

Commonsense Image Sizing in WordPress

By / — Here we’ll be discussing basic best practices for working with image sizes in WordPress. This has such a huge impact on site speed that it’s important to know the fundamentals. Playing around with caching and CDNs and everything is really… More →

Debugging Asynchronous JavaScript with Chrome DevTools – HTML5 Rocks

By / — Async call stack debugging in Chrome Canary. Mind. Blown. Debugging Asynchronous JavaScript with Chrome DevTools – HTML5 Rocks Original Article: Debugging Asynchronous JavaScript with Chrome DevTools – HTML5 Rocks Dougal Campbell's geek ramblings – WordPress, web development, and world domination. More →

Display Before and After Images In WordPress With The TwentyTwenty Plugin

By / — Have you ever wanted to combine two images to show a before and after? You can’t do that with WordPress out of the box but it’s possible if you use the TwentyTwenty plugin by Corey Martin. The plugin takes advantage… More →

From ThemeForest to Array, the story of a theme business

By / — Mike McAlister has been an active member of the commercial WordPress theme space since 2009. He started by selling themes on ThemeForest. He transitioned to the Okay Themes brand in December of 2011. And at the end of March of this year, Mike… More →

Get Image Src With PHP

By / — There are some occasions where you need to get the attribute value in PHP from a HTML element, this can be for migration reasons or perhaps you are writing a script to scrap a website to store the values found.… More →

Google Maps WordPress Plugin – More Than Just Pretty Maps

By / — A WordPress plugin that not only displays Google Maps exceptionally well but also brings a wealth of location-based features like geotagging posts, adding location context to your BuddyPress users' activity and even letting users "check-in". More →

Granting Commit Access to Underscores

By / — With Underscores’ growing popularity and continuing maturation as an open source project, we decided to take the next step and open … Continue reading → More →

Hi everyone I have a problem with adding…

By / — Hi everyone! I have a problem with adding new users to your site az.wordpress.org. Need help. More →

How The Advanced Image Editing Properties Contributed To WordPress Theme Lock-in

By / — Although WordPress 3.9 has refined the media editing experience, it did so at the cost of removing a feature users appreciated. In WordPress 3.8, users could easily add a border, vertical, and horizontal padding to images. WordPress 3.9 removed this… More →

How to Add Disqus Comment System in WordPress

By / — Disqus pronounced “discuss” is a popular third-party commenting system for WordPress. If you’ve been browsing the web for more than a week, then you’ve probably come across a site that’s using Disqus. A lot of popular sites including CNN, The… More →

How to Get Different Themes on Different WordPress Pages

By / — This solution will let you assign different themes to different parts of your site. More →

If I Knew Then What I Know Now (About Code Reviews)

By / — When I draft posts, I normally don’t aim to write to any particular age group, demographic, or personality type – I generally just share my opinions on certain WordPress-related topics and/or development-related material. But everyone mixes it up a little… More →

InMotion VPS Hosting Review

By / — InMotion hosting is one of the most well-known website hosting companies on the web. They've been around for a long time and have a great reputation. I therefore decided to test their offering so I could report back here on WP… More →

Increase E-Commerce Sales With These 4 Design Tips

By / — Having a good product or service is your best bet for running a successful online store. But how you present that product or service plays a major role in how it is received by your target audience and whether or… More →

Making SummaList: 1 Week & $125 MRR Later

By / — I'd love to share the why, how and lessons learnt in making SummaList.<…> The title of this post might not be the most notable that I ever write. Neither is it the kind of stuff that follows any kind of… More →

New Plugin Adds Less CSS Preprocessor to WordPress Themes

By / — Many WordPress developers opt to use the Less CSS preprocessor to speed up theme development. Its availability of variables, mixins, and functions allows you to do more with CSS and to do it more efficiently. It also makes it easy… More →

News SEO 2.0: Google News optimization with ease

By / — We’ve rebuilt and reimagined our News SEO plugin and taken it to the next level. Today we’re proud to release News SEO version 2.0, which allows you to easily optimize your site for Google News. It had been, unfortunately, almost… More →

Remember the Media Grid project It was original…

By / — Remember the Media Grid project? It was original proposed back in the 3.7/3.8 cycle but never really took off — mainly due to our focus on The-Project-Formerly-Known-As-MP6 and the Widget team. Since then, I’ve been working on a plugin in some… More →

Schedule photos in bulk with Postbot, but why stop there?

By / — Automattic has released an interesting new tool, called Postbot. Postbot is a webapp, at Postbot.co, which allows WordPress.com authenticated users to upload photos in bulk and schedule them as posts. There is, of course, a fun little gif. Once I… More →

The WordPress Loop Explained For Beginners

By / — The WordPress Loop is the code that WordPress uses to display content on your website. Take your index.php template, for example. In a basic blogging theme, this template is generally used to display several posts or post excerpts on your… More →

Tips for getting your plugin approved on WordPress.org

By / — There are a lot of plugins on WordPress.org (more than 30,000) and there are a huge number of new plugins submitted to the repository every single week. What you may not know is that there are only two people that review the… More →

Using LinkedIn to Give Your Landing Pages Better Social Proof

By / — When people first land on a page that’s selling them something—whether it’s a service, theme, plugin, or hosting—they may not know you. And if they don’t know you, or have no preconceived notions of who […] More →

WordPress 3.9 Adds 30 New Dashicons

By / — Dashicons are what’s known as an icon font and were added to the core of WordPress with the release of 3.8. The icons are vector based so they can be as large or small as you want without losing quality.… More →

Your fridge looks like it belongs to Satan

By / — For five years Derek Nance has been eating nothing but raw meat, fat, and organs from animals he slaughters himself. More →