WordPress News Digest for Friday, March 24, 2017

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7 Proven Trust Signals on WordPress Sites

By / — Any business is built on trust. Unless a user can rely on you and your brand, he will hardly ever… The post 7 Proven Trust Signals on WordPress Sites appeared first on WPExplorer. More →

Self-destructing cookies: Real, forced Do-Not-Track for your privacy

By / — This is the second post in my series of posts on some of the tools I use to stay a little safer and protect my privacy online. With self-destructing cookies, you get a clean sheet even with those who don’t… More →

How to Find the Age of a Plugin Hosted in the WordPress Plugin Directory

By / — The WordPress plugin directory provides information such as version requirements, compatibility, last updated, and active installs for plugins. What it doesn’t tell you is how old a plugin is. A new site called Age WP Plugin created by Ahmad Awais… More →

Nathan B. Weller Answers Community Questions & Talks Content Strategy- The Divi Nation Podcast, Episode 37

By / — Hey Divi Nation! This week the tables have been turned and the interviewer becomes the interviewee. In today’s episode, guest host Josh Hall, interviews me! Since the early days of this show there have been members of the community suggesting… More →

Foxhound, a JS-powered, accessibility-ready theme now available

By / — Earlier this week, Foxhound was approved and pushed live to WordPress.org. I’ve written about it before (sort of), but this is now officially the first REST-API-powered theme on wp.org 🎉 When it comes to the REST-API, there’s a lot of focus… More →

Working with PHP Sessions and WordPress

By / — With these two resources, I think any WordPress developer would be well-armed to handle an implementation of PHP sessions and WordPress. Working with PHP Sessions and WordPress was written by Tom. For more on WordPress, development, and resources then visit… More →

SEO basics: How to use social media

By / — Social media endeavors should be a part of your SEO strategy. As social media usage increased in popularity, Google and other search engines couldn’t ignore them any longer. This means that your site’s popularity on social media ties in with your SEO more and… More →

Where to Put Your Call-to-Actions Buttons? What the Research Says CTAs

By / — When we talk about the optimization of web design, much of our focus often goes towards the obvious elements: content, color, sizing, typography, and so on. But as we saw in the analysis conducted on logo optimization, placement also plays… More →

Trust No One

By / — The kinds of users and the kinds of trust each user engenders. The post Trust No One appeared first on Half-Elf on Tech. More →

15 Powerful WordPress Widgets That Will Supercharge Your Site’s Widgetized Areas

By / — WordPress widgets give you the ability to do just about anything. So, it makes sense why then developers are always finding interesting new ways to implement them. Widgets make it easy to add content and features to your site with just a… More →

30 Best WordPress Themes for Photographers (2017)

By / — Are you looking for WordPress themes for photographers? A WordPress theme designed specifically for photographers can help showcase your work, find more clients, or connect with other like minded photographers. In this article, we have hand-picked some of the best… More →

The Top Ten Reasons I Go to WordCamps – BobWP

By / — Everyone has there own reasons, and what is important to them. I think when you look at mine, it's all about the people. More →

How to Decide Which Hosting is the Best for Your WordPress Site?

By / — Web hosting is a vital part of your WordPress site. It lays a great stake on whether your site will ensure success or fail in the long run. Therefore, when developing your website from the ground up, you need to… More →

The Best Free WordPress Plugins for Exercise, Fitness and Gym Websites [Update 2017]

By / — Trying to make your WordPress site a bit…healthier? For this list, I’m going to dig into the best plugins for exercise, fitness and gym websites. Whether you’re trying to add some basic nutrition or exercise calculators to your own site… More →

CSS Circle Triangle

By / — This is part of the CSS loader series that show different loaders that can be used in your application to show the user the app is processing and to please… More →

Weekly Roundup: March 24, 2017

By / — Howdy! Lots of good marketing tips this week, be sure to check them out 🙂 New or Updated Plugins & Themes WooCommerce stores should check out this new business theme from Array, featuring a seamless WooCommerce integration, portfolio, and a… More →