WordPress News Digest for Tuesday, January 24, 2017

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The Best JavaScript Framework (For Me): Learning ReactJS Goes Better than Expected

By / — Okay, WordPress developers are officially supposed to learn JavaScript. Not only because it’s homework from Matt: also because the REST API is chugging along in Core, and now we can do everything from build much smoother plugin interfaces to use WordPress… More →

Plugged In: Email Marketing 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 to help increase email subscribers to your newsletter. (For more information on… More →

How to Easily Translate Your WordPress Website

By / — At some point, you might need to translate and display your website in multiple languages. Whether you’re handling a WordPress… The post How to Easily Translate Your WordPress Website appeared first on WPExplorer. More →

ManageWP dashboard visual improvements

By / — A lot of the work our software engineers do goes into making the UI better, customizing our dashboard so that it’s beautiful and practical. Today, I want to go over some of the changes they implemented to make browsing our… More →

How to Create a Compelling Call to Action That Gets Clicked (in 3 Steps)

By / — A Call To Action (CTA) is an element in your content that encourages the reader to do something, such as subscribe to a newsletter or click a link to a product page. If presented properly, it can be the gateway… More →

Temporary Options in WordPress: Our Best Option?

By / — Given how WordPress works, the lack of sessions, and lack of browser features, are temporary options in the options table our best way to go? Temporary Options in WordPress: Our Best Option? was written by Tom. For more on WordPress,… More →

The Best WordPress Booking and Appointment Plugins for Smooth Scheduling

By / — Booking plugins are an interesting topic. Because WordPress has grown into such a popular CMS, many businesses which need booking functionality are starting to use WordPress over other website solutions. The post The Best WordPress Booking and Appointment Plugins for… More →

How to cloak your affiliate links

By / — We regularly consult for sites that monetize, in part, with affiliate links. We usually advise people to redirect affiliate links. In the past, we noticed that there wasn’t a proper script available online that could handle this for us, so… More →

How to Host Your WordPress Site on Multiple AWS Server Instances

By / — You’ve almost definitely heard about Amazon Web Services. And, given that you’re on this site, I’m going to make the obvious assumption that you’ve heard about WordPress, too. But what you might not have heard about is combining WordPress with… More →

6 Best FTP Clients for Mac and Windows WordPress Users

By / — Recently while discussing how to use FTP to upload files to WordPress, one of our users asked us to recommended the FTP clients for Windows and Mac. There are plenty of free and paid FTP clients available. In this article,… More →

Customize Your Shop and Product Pages with WooCommerce Builder – BobWP

By / — Learn how easy it is to create both custom product and shop pages on your WooCommerce site without knowing code. A perfect way to up the game of your online store. More →

How to Use Piktochart to Make Stunning Infographic Content

By / — If you read a lot of blogs, you’ve probably come across an infographic at least once in your life. They’re those long-form images chock full of interesting facts and statistics. And infographics aren’t just fun to look at…they’re also a… More →


By / — Inform, Educate, And Inspire Marketers and Agencies With Strategic Insights Tied To Open Source AUSTIN, Texas – Jan. 24, 2016 – WP Engine today announced Velocitize, an online publication geared to provide insights for digital marketers and agencies. However, rather… More →

23 Best WordPress Starter Themes & Theme Frameworks

By / — WordPress starter themes and frameworks differ from one another, but they both speed up the development process of building new themes and websites. They're hallmarks of WordPress' open-source nature, giving developers head starts in creating new products. More →

MySQL Workbench To Laravel Migration

By / — We all have our favourite database GUIs, some work with PHPMyAdmin others use tools such as MySQL Workbench. I tend to use MySQL Workbench more than any database GUI tool…. More →

Giving users a helping hand when authorizing them in WordPress

By / — Inspired by how Facebook assists their users when they log in, I decided to implement something like the same for WordPress. The other day, I came across a tweet with a screenshot that indicates that Facebook does some interesting permutations… More →

Customization Meeting Notes: January 23, 2017

By / — From today’s #core-customize meeting: Before the meeting, @joen left some good thoughts on how we can start thinking about columns. Plus, some visual ideas from @iandstewart and @binarymoon: https://wordpress.slack.com/archives/core-customize/p1484940296002032 https://wordpress.slack.com/archives/core-customize/p1484948120002036 https://wordpress.slack.com/archives/core-customize/p1484986970002129 (keep scrolling) @westonruter‘s thoughts on the API required for these Would… More →