WordPress News Digest for Tuesday, May 24, 2016

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Agenda for May 26 Support Team Meeting

By / — WordPress 4.5.2 – how is it going? New pre-defined reply to handle hosting topics Subscribe to our Make Support Team page Open Floor If you have any topics you would like to discuss, post them in the comments below. More →

Be A Hero: Speed Up Your Site With Page Performance

By / — One of Superman’s claims to fame is that he’s “faster than a speeding bullet.” Considering the average bullet travels at 1,700 miles per hour (and the current land speed record is a mere 763 mph), Superman isn’t just quick—he’s like… More →

Digital Signage Press Review: First Digital Signage WordPress Plugin

By / — Digital Signage Press is the first digital signage WordPress plugin. It was developed using HTML5 and works as a plugin and a theme, essentially allowing you to turn your WordPress site into a hub for your business’ slideshows and digital… More →

Easier Site Migrations: Avoiding DNS Problems with the hosts File

By / — Over this past month, I’ve needed to migrate quite a few WordPress sites from one host to another. I can say with confidence: it’s still not my favorite process. There’s nothing that should be complex about it, but somehow there… More →

Hello I’m the author of the plugin https…

By / — Hello, I’m the author of the plugin: https://wordpress.org/plugins/grid-wud/ Can you please add me for the Dutch language? Regards, Danny More →

Hi Polyglots I’m the author of the plugin…

By / — Hi Polyglots, I’m the author of the plugin: https://wordpress.org/plugins/free-forms-and-crm/ Can you please allow following editors for it: #fr_FR – @cldev #de_DE – @worldsoftwbs Thank you. Best regards More →

How Do You Give Proper GPL Attribution?

By / — GPL attribution is one of those tangential topics to a lot of the GPL discussion around WordPress (which I'm not interested in discussing here). Instead, what I'm trying to answer is this: > How do you give proper GPL attribution… More →

How to Be a More Creative Blogger: Think Like a Cartoonist

By / — What do magazine cartoonists and exceptional bloggers have in common? Peek into the mind of the New Yorker Magazine cartoon editor. The post How to Be a More Creative Blogger: Think Like a Cartoonist appeared first on BobWP – Your… More →

How to Import from Instagram to WordPress with WP RSS Aggregator

By / — In this post, we'll explore how you can start importing from Instagram to WordPress with the WP RSS Aggregator plugin to share your photos and videos with your site’s viewership. We'll cover the standout features of the WP RSS Aggregator plugin… More →

How to Setup Facebook Instant Articles for WordPress (Step by Step)

By / — Have you heard about Facebook Instant Articles? Want to add Facebook Instant Articles on your WordPress site? In this step by step tutorial, we will explain what are the pros and cons of Facebook Instant Articles as well as show… More →

Jason Client

By / — “Jason is a scriptable iOS client that lets you view and interact with any data and any server, in any way you desire.” Basically, you feed it a JSON config file which describes a UI and data sources. The client… More →

New theme tags have arrived

By / — It’s been nearly a year since we got all the results from the theme directory survey. One of the things that the team believed to be low-hanging fruit was an overhaul of the theme tags system to something a bit… More →

Speed Up WordPress Part 1: Taking Out the Trash!

By / — Regular maintenance is part and parcel of almost anything that you want to continue running smoothly for you. Cars without regular maintenance collect gunk in the oil pan and and carbon deposits on spark plugs, and eventually performance drops. Orphaned… More →


By / — First Performance Intelligence Solution, Page Performance, Offers Brands & Agencies Deeper Visibility, Actionable Insights To Improve Site Speed May 24, 2016 — Austin, Texas – WP Engine, a company that powers amazing digital experiences for websites and applications built on… More →

WordPress Security

By / — WordPress security has always been food for thought. Even though most of the latest updates (including WordPress 4.5.2) deal with WordPress security issues, there is still a lot that can be done to improve that security, even by the less tech-savvy… More →