WordPress News Digest for Wednesday, November 23, 2016

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Malicious Redirect Injected in Magento One Page Checkout

By / — With the holiday season around the corner, ecommerce sites are very valuable to website owners and equally attractive to attackers. Hackers have been targeting Magento installations in order to steal sensitive information like credit card data or PayPal logins, but… More →

Buffering WordPress Content with PHP

By / — Here's a strategy for buffering WordPress content that uses a filter, a template file, and PHP buffering features. Buffering WordPress Content with PHP was written by Tom. For more on WordPress, development, and resources then visit Tom McFarlin's blog. More →

Plugged In: Magazine And News Plugins

By / — Welcome to Plugged In, where we take a look at some of the most popular WordPress plugins in various categories. This week, we look into the best plugins for turning your WordPress blog into a full-fledged news source. (For more… More →

How to Style Divi’s Post Slider Module Like Tesco Living’s Post Slider

By / — This post is part 3 of 5 in our mini series titled 5 Creative Ways to Style the Divi Post Slider Module. Stay tuned this week for all five unique examples of Divi’s Post Slider Module, with a tutorial on… More →

How to best suggest additional products to your shoppers

By / — Effectively upselling to your shoppers can be tricky. Read how to use cross-sells, bundles and groups in WooCommerce to best make bigger sales. The post How to best suggest additional products to your shoppers appeared first on WooCommerce. More →

Properly Writing WordPress Plugin Constructors

By / — One of the things that many of us see (and are guilty of abusing) are WordPress plugin constructors. So how do we do it correctly? Properly Writing WordPress Plugin Constructors was written by Tom. For more on WordPress, development, and… More →

SEO basics: What is SEO?

By / — SEO is the acronym for Search Engine Optimization. It’s the practice of optimizing websites to make them reach a high position in Google’s – or another search engine’s – search results. SEO focuses on rankings in the organic (non-paid) search… More →

How to Allow Attachments in WordPress Comments

By / — Do you want to allow users to add attachments in WordPress comments? By default, WordPress comments are limited to text however you can allow users to upload attachments like images and gifs to make comments more fun. In this article,… More →

Managing User Permissions

By / — Managing users on your site can be a big mystery, but it doesn't have to be. More →

How to Customize the WordPress Multisite Activation Email with a Plugin

By / — One of Multisite’s useful features is the way it lets you change the experience users get when they first register a site on your network. You can edit their welcome email and change the default content that’s created for their site.… More →

How To Sell Your Products and Services on Your Blog – BobWP

By / — eCommerce isn't limited to just selling products or creating a online store. Get some tips on how to sell your products or services on your blog without being too spammy. More →

The Divi Nation is Going to WordCamp US: Join Us!

By / — WordCamp US, one of the largest and perhaps most anticipated WordPress events of the year, is just nine days away. On December 2nd thousands of WordPress enthusiasts from all over the United States (and likely the world) will descend on… More →

TheGem WordPress Theme Offers Beautiful and Versatile Website Toolbox

By / — TheGem is an impressive WordPress theme with a strong focus on versatility, customization, and beautiful design. Jam-packed with demo concepts, templates, premium plugins, and other features, it feels like a website development "toolbox" for creating and customizing just about any kind… More →

VueJS CRUD: Edit Product Page

By / — The Edit Product Page will be used to allow a user to edit a specific product. This needs to work off a URL like /product/edit/:id with :id being the product… More →

VueJS: Vue Components

By / — In this tutorial we're going to learn how we can create reuseable templates in VueJS by creating Vue components. For this example we're going to re-visit the todo list loop… More →

Maintaining a Legally Compliant Website Using WPLegalPages

By / — Most WordPress website owners do not understand the required legal intricacies that come with owning and operating a website. For example, did you know that you cannot display Google Ads on your website without providing site visitors a specific set… More →

Black Friday 2016 Deals

By / — It’s that time of year! You can save big on some new extensions, themes, services, or tools. The collection of deals below is exclusively related to eCommerce tools, so get ready to level up your store for a discount 💸… More →

November 24th Support Office Hour

By / — Since the majority of our US-based Support Contributors will be celebrating a traditionally full-day holiday, we won’t be holding a formal meeting on November 24. There is no agenda, and attendance will not be recorded, but if you want to… More →