WordPress News Digest for Friday, September 23, 2016

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26 Best Lawyer WordPress Themes

By / — Lawyer WordPress themes make it easy to build websites around the needs of the average law firm. With local SEO and online search becoming more and more popular, websites are now a powerful business tool every lawyer needs in their… More →

3 Tips to Get the Most From the WordPress Visual Editor

By / — The WordPress visual editor is a useful tool that gives you an idea of how your content will look once published. It’s equipped with features to help streamline the process of creating and formatting content for your site. However, while… More →

Ajax in WordPress: Protocol Syntax

By / — This post will cover the first step in establishing an Ajax protocol syntax that you may (or may not) use in a WordPress project. Ajax in WordPress: Protocol Syntax was written by Tom. For more on WordPress, development, and resources… More →

Ask Yoast: Links to PDF files

By / — If you’re starting with an (eCommerce) site you might have a lot of content that’s already available in PDF files: product brochures, datasheets, pricing information and so on. So some people might think: why not upload these PDF files and link to them? There… More →

Customize Update 2016-09-22

By / — This is the weekly update post for the customize component. It includes a summary of this week’s meeting, recent commits, and next week’s meeting agenda. Weekly Customize Meeting Summary On Monday we held our weekly 4.7 customize component meeting in… More →

Hallway Track – WordCamp Los Angeles 2016 – WPwatercooler

By / — WordCamp Los Angeles – Hallway Track, recorded September 10th & 11th, 2016 at Cal State University Los Angeles. Adam Silver – Silverlining Productions – KitchensinkWP Matt Cromwell – WordImpress – Give Alex Vasquez – DigiSavvy Greg Douglas – Premium Interactive James Huff –… More →

How to Connect Constant Contact to WordPress (Step by Step)

By / — Are you using ConstantContact for your email marketing? Want to connect ConstantContact with your WordPress site? In this ultimate guide, we will show you how to connect ConstantContact with WordPress. Why Building an Email List is so Important? Have you… More →

How to Get More Social Shares on Your Blog Posts Using These Plugins

By / — To earn the trust of your blog readers, you need to write good posts that resonate with them. Among the many factors that determine the quality of blog posts are social shares. The more social shares your posts have, the… More →

Is Removing the Fact Fact That You Use WordPress Helpful?

By / — This entry is part 8 of 16 in the series Security September SeriesSecuring WordPress may sound like a topic being fairly covered across the web but, is that really the case? Here’s what I mean; I’ve scrolled through multiple articles… More →

Media Weekly Update (Sept 22)

By / — This post serves to jump-start discussion before our weekly check in, which takes place in #core-images on Slack. Our next meeting is and the agenda for these meetings include moving priority tasks forward, providing feedback on issues of interest, and… More →

On Trust and Money

By / — This won't have all the answers, and in fact it probably leaves people thinking "But …" and that's okay. You don't have to like everyone and everything. More →

Performance driven web design

By / — Have you ever been frustrated by the speed of a website? I know I have, more times than I care to remember. Many of us are lucky enough to have internet available on our phones abroad. While on holiday in… More →

September 22nd Support Team Meeting Summary

By / — Announcements Please consider sharing feedback on the forum redesign mockups. Please consider sharing feedback on the new Plugin Guidelines. WordPress 4.6.1 No new issues or trends have been identified since last weeks meeting. There may be a 4.6.2 to address… More →

Testing WordPress Website Backups to Avoid Future Disasters

By / — If you’ve used WordPress for a while, you know keeping regular backups can save you from losing your website (you know, the site you’ve put all that time and effort – literally hours – into building). But have you tested… More →

The Best Table Plugins for WordPress to Keep Data Organized

By / — Tables are a thing of beauty, especially for those with a type-A personality who have a penchant for organizing and decluttering…. The post The Best Table Plugins for WordPress to Keep Data Organized appeared first on WPExplorer. More →

Twenty Seventeen Meeting Notes: Sept. 23 2016

By / — Here’s the meeting summary for this week. If I missed anything, let me know in the comments. Housekeeping Slack archive of meeting. Meetings are every Friday at 18:00 UTC in #core-themes in Slack. Agenda. Summary The group: labeled a handful of… More →

Twenty Seventeen: Agenda for Sept 23, 2016 Meeting

By / — Here’s the agenda for today’s weekly meeting on Twenty Seventeen. It will last 30 minutes, and I’ll be around in the #core-themes channel for at least 30 minutes afterward to answer any questions. Triage as many issues and PRs that… More →

User Testing the New Customizer Themes Experience

By / — I ran four users through the new themes experience in the customizer (#37661) today. I sat with them for each test to take notes and hand them the test steps as they went (written on slips of paper). All of… More →

W3 Total Cache high-risk XSS vulnerability

By / — Just today, WP Media pointed us to a high-risk XSS vulnerability in W3 Total Cache (W3TC). This was a very popular WordPress plugin that has over 1 million active installs. Although it’s a very popular plugin, it hasn’t been updated in over… More →

WP Engine Supports Austin Startup Week 2016 By Organizing The Marketing Educational Track

By / — As part of our commitment to support startup communities around the world, WP Engine is leading the charge for Austin Startup Week’s marketing track. Austin Startup Week, which will be held on October 2-7, is a five-day event where the… More →

WP Ninjas Friday Roundup 9/23

By / — Welcome to the WP Ninjas Friday Roundup! We had a great time at WordCamp Nashville last weekend and, for those of you that went, we hope you did to! We ran into quite a few of you there, which is… More →

Weekly WordPress News: Security September in Full Swing

By / — Ahmad has spent all week educating us on WordPress security best practices. Make sure you catch up with all his latest posts. And stay tuned, because the Security September Series isn't over yet! The post Weekly WordPress News: Security September… More →

What to consider about payments when selling internationally

By / — Today’s post comes to us from Sue Park, the head of Small Business Partner Marketing at PayPal. She’s here to share some tips for those of you thinking about expanding your business on a global scale. Take it away, Sue!… More →