WordPress News Digest for Thursday, February 23, 2017

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Core Editor Meeting Notes 2017-02-22

By / — WordPress editor is getting better there’s been a lot of activity both in Slack and at GitHub. It’s an incredible time to contribute. Here’s the meeting summary for this week’s editor team meeting (agenda here) in #core-editor Slack channel. Generally, positive vibes around the current state of… More →

The Ultimate Guide To Object-Oriented PHP

By / — What makes WordPress so flexible is thanks to the fact that it’s written in two languages: PHP and JavaScript. PHP, for one, is the most popular programming language in the world, powering 84 percent of all websites. Even though PHP… More →

Creating a Custom WordPress Dashboard for Your Clients

By / — Welcome to part 4 of 5 of our Divi mini series Creating Client Documentation to Empower your Clients and Save You Time. In this series, we’re branching out from a typical module or Divi design tutorial by showing you 5… More →

Domain Rules (Or What Are We Codifying, Again?)

By / — It's important we actually understand the rules of the problem that we're aiming to solve. Sometimes we see this referred to as domain rules. Domain Rules (Or What Are We Codifying, Again?) was written by Tom. For more on WordPress,… More →

Which redirect should I use?

By / — As an SEO or site owner, you are bound to run into redirects. Whenever you delete a page, change your URL structure or switch to a new domain, you are going to have to redirect your URLs. You have to… More →

10 Sure-Fire SEO Strategies for Getting Out of a Traffic Slump

By / — Some people get a dopamine kick every time someone likes or shares their Facebook posts. Some get it from the number of ️hearts they get on their Instagram photos. And others – myself included – get a rush from Google… More →

8 WordPress Trends that Will Impact You in 2017

By / — Looking ahead to the future is natural around the beginning of a new year, and this is especially true if you’re an avid WordPress user. The Content Management System (CMS) continues to evolve at an ever-growing pace, and while 2016… More →

How to Add WordPress eCommerce Functionalities to Your Site with Shopify

By / — Shopify has become one of the most popular all-in-one eCommerce solutions. You may not have even considered using it to add WordPress eCommerce functionalities to your site, but you’d be surprised by how useful this integration is as well as… More →

Create and Customize WooCommerce Product Bundles or Boxes – BobWP

By / — Create and customize pre-set product bundles or let your customer pick and choose their own products for a custom box. More →

25 Best Responsive Free Business WordPress Themes for 2017

By / — Building an impressive business presence online has never been easier. There are many quality free themes for WordPress that help you build a website for your business at nil cost. Some of these themes are targeted at a pure business… More →

How to Create a Filterable Portfolio in WordPress

By / — Do you want to add a filterable portfolio in WordPress? A filterable portfolio allows users to sort items in your portfolio based on tags. This helps you showcase different styles of your work, and your users can discover items that… More →

Planning for Community Summit 2017

By / — In preparation for the 2017 WordPress Community Summit (“CS”) on June 13th-14th before WordCamp Europe in Paris, France we’ve been asked to provide the following (in summary): A list of topics for the CS A list of representatives to attend the CS One… More →

Agenda for February 23rd Support Meeting

By / — General Announcements WordPress 4.7.2 2017 Community Summit 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.… More →