WordPress News Digest for Tuesday, June 23, 2015

View Archive / Subscribe to Newsletter / Digest RSS Feed

5 Default Security Threats in WordPress and How to Fix Them

By / — WordPress is a massively popular, completely open source piece of software. The great thing about that security-wise, is that there… The post 5 Default Security Threats in WordPress and How to Fix Them appeared first on Best Premium & Free… More →

All About Up and Running with WordPress

By / — A few months ago, I had the opportunity to sit down and chat with Fred Meyer and David Hayes of WPShout to talk about a variety of things all related to WordPress development. During our Google Hangout session, we talked about… More →

Conditionally Hide BuddyPress Profile Field Groups Based on User Role

By / — For many BuddyPress-powered social networks, profile field groups do not work as a one-size-fits-all container. This is especially true for sites with a more complex and varied user base. By default, BuddyPress displays all profile field groups to all users,… More →

CustomPress: Create Incredible Custom Content for WordPress with Ease

By / — If you run a niche site, creating custom post types and other content can make managing your site so much easier. The only problem is, messing around with code isn’t for everyone. So we created CustomPress. Here’s how to use… More →

Customize and Display More Information on the WordPress Posts Screen with Admin Columns

By / — If the screen that displays all the posts on your WordPress admin area is starting to get a little cluttered, or you’d like it to display more information, then the plugin we are going to looking at today should be… More →

End of Life for legacy IP Addresses, July 15 2015

By / — Back in October 2014 we encouraged all customer’s to switch off the IP block of our legacy provider. We’ve worked since to identify and contact these customer’s who are still using these IP’s to assist them in changing over. Notices… More →

Exploring Divi 2.4: All New Header Styles And Design Settings

By / — Last week we introduced Divi 2.4, the biggest upgrade in Divi history and a giant leap forward for our most popular WordPress theme. There are so many great features to explore in this update that it was hard to describe… More →

Four Weeks of Giveaways: Enter Week 4! (and Congrats to Our Week 3 winner!)

By / — Find out if you've won our third week of giveaways. Every week for four weeks, we're giving away a free WPMU DEV annual membership worth $588! More →

Good Environment Reads

By / — In light of the Pope’s encyclical last week and the US election season ramping up, there has been some great writing on the environment lately. Check these three articles out. McKibben to Obama: You still have time to be a… More →

How to Better Manage WordPress Pages with Nested Pages

By / — Do you use pages in WordPress? If so, then you probably understand how frustrating it is to manage a site with a lot of WordPress pages. The default WordPress interface doesn’t allow you to easily reorder your pages, build relationships… More →

Literary Theory: Transform and roll out!

By / — The definition of “Authorial Intention” offered by Google (and the first result if you use “intent” as a keyword instead of “intention”) is from … THE TRANSFORMERS WIKI. The Internet is an amazing place. More →

Reducing the number of tickets that need to be reassigned

By / — Previously I wrote about the new report that was created to track tickets that needed to be reassigned. Through this method we have successfully reassigned a large number of tickets. This tracking does not solve the root problem of the many tickets that… More →

Reviewing the MotoPress Slider Plugin

By / — Sliders are commonplace on many WordPress sites, and even though they've got some stick for possibly slowing down some sites or not fitting in with the latest web design trends, there are still some great options out there. In fact,… More →

See You at WordCamp Europe 2015!

By / — We're off to WordCamp Europe 2015 in Seville, we'll be there on Wednesday around noon, just in time to meet a few people and check the city out before WordCamp goes in full swing. We're super excited to be attending… More →

Ten Years of Automattic

By / — Ten years ago the first official Automattician was Donncha O Caoimh, and he had no idea what he was in for. Neither did I, honestly. And it’s been amazing. I’ll remember the days before I knew everything. — The Automattic… More →

The WordPress Foundation Sues Jeff Yablon for Trademark Infringement

By / — Jaff Yablon, who owns and operates The WordPress Helpers, is being sued by the WordPress Foundation for trademark infringement. Reported first by Domain Name Wire, the WordPress Foundation wants Yablon to stop using its trademarks, dismiss the opposition proceeding, pay… More →

Thinking Outside the Box with Theme Features and Plugins – BobWP

By / — Sometimes you can feel stuck with your themes or plugin features. But in this post I show you how thinking out-of-the-box helps me to use the plugin Our Team from WooThemes and the WooTheme Hub to create a display for… More →

Where Are The Most WordPress Jobs In The US?

By / — WordPress owns a whopping 65 percent of the market share of sites using a CMS (according to wappalyzer.com), so it’s no secret that WordPress developers and designers are in demand nationwide. But where is the highest concentration of WordPress jobs… More →

Wix Website Builder Review: How Does it Stack Up?

By / — There has been a lot of talk lately about WordPress competitors such as Squarespace and Wix with both of those sites seeing huge growth. Since their launch in 2006 Wix.com is now ranked globally as the 250th most visited site… More →