WordPress News Digest for Thursday, October 22, 2015

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7 Best WordPress Maintenance Services

By / — When it comes to running an online business, time management is key. With so many tasks that need completing, it’s easy to feel like there aren’t enough hours in the day. The reality of business, however, is that some tasks… More →

Boss Theme: Creating a Full Featured Social Network With WordPress

By / — Boss is a theme for anyone who is creating a social network or community hub with WordPress. By combining the Boss theme with the relevant WordPress plugins, you can build a website with its own social network and discussion forums. Not… More →

Debugging Minified Files in WordPress

By / — As much as I'm a proponent of concatenating and minifying dependencies, it's not without challenges. Sure, this is includes both stylesheets and JavaScript, but I'm specifically talking about debugging minified files in WordPress. It's one thing to have your JavaScript… More →

Everything In Moderation – BobWP

By / — I have been blogging since 2008 and have never moderated my comments. Well, the day has come. The post Everything In Moderation appeared first on BobWP. WordPress All The Time!             CommentsHi mate, Shame to hear. Completely understand the reason,… More →

Four Options to Monitor Site Uptime and Page Speed

By / — Page speed is important to both your overall ranking in the SERPs and to presenting a positive user experience. We covered both those topics at length in our recent posts regarding how to identify slow pages and the different tools… More →

Hi i am the plugin author of https…

By / — Hi, i am the plugin author of https://wordpress.org/plugins/itro-popup/ please add me (@ITRO) as Italian translation editor. Thank you! More →

How Creating Apps with WordPress Changes Perspective and Standards in WordPress Development

By / — As the mobilization of WordPress increases, you might find yourself wondering how this might  change the way you approach development and decide what to build. In this post over at Torque, our friend Josh Pollock shares his thoughts on the… More →

How to Nofollow All External Links in WordPress

By / — Do you want to nofollow external links on your WordPress site? While you can easily add nofollow tag to individual links, what if you wanted to nofollow all external links? In this article, we will show you how to nofollow… More →

How to Use BackupBuddy – The Best Backup Solution for WordPress?

By / — BackupBuddy from iThemes is a popular solution for WordPress developers looking to simplify the management of multiple client sites. This handy plugin helps handle backup, migration, and restoration of websites in a sensible manner. Backups include all elements of the… More →

Hug A Dev (Really! Hug A Dev!)

By / — Earlier this week I wrapped up editing on a video in which I asked my boss and several of my co-workers to hug each other inappropriately (see below). This was done not to see how fast I could torpedo my… More →

Local SEO: setting up landing pages

By / — Our Local SEO plugin helps you to be found by patients or customers in your neighborhood. To make sure you don’t miss out on any of the great functionalities, we’ll publish some posts on how to use the plugin best. We’ll most probably even reveal some possibilities you… More →

Meet three new Pagely brand ambassadors. @zengy @krogsgard and @chriswallace

By / — Over the last 2 years or so we have been fortunate to “re-connect” with the WordPress community. For a while there we were actually on the outside looking in as we made some transitions on platform and marketing strategy. Well my… More →

Rocket Lift Hearts WordCamp Portland

By / — Thanks for subscribing to Rocket Lift Incorporated. Please enjoy this post from Matthew Eppelsheimer, a Rocketeer of Rocket Lift Inc.! We are speakers. We are volunteers. We are sponsors. We are excited! WordCamp means a lot to Rocket Lift —… More →

Using Sketch to Design Beautiful Responsive WordPress Websites

By / — Sketch has given the design industry a much-needed shake up after more than two decades of Adobe dominance. But is it actually better than Photoshop? Yes, and here's why. More →

WPWeekly Episode 210 – Great Scott!

By / — In this time travel inspired episode of WordPress Weekly, Marcus Couch and I catch you up on the news of the week. I start the show by sharing my experience attending the first WordCamp Hampton Roads in Virginia Beach, VA.… More →

WooCommerce Plugin that Removes “/Product” and “/Product-category” from All Urls

By / — Always wondered why you can’t remove the /product and /product-category slug from the WooCommerce urls? Well, there is no need to worry about this anymore. The Perfect SEO Url plugin is here to save your day. After 1.5 year of… More →

WordPress 4.4 Beta 1

By / — WordPress 4.4 Beta 1 is now available! This software is still in development, so we don’t recommend you run it on a production site. Consider setting up a test site just to play with the new version. To test WordPress… More →

WordPress 4.4 to Deprecate the wp_title Function

By / — A year after WordPress 4.1 introduced a new way to display titles in themes, WordPress 4.4 will deprecate wp_title(). With the change, plugin authors will be able to check for theme support and use a few new filters to manipulate… More →