WordPress News Digest for Monday, July 24, 2017

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New Aztec Editor for WordPress Mobile Apps Now in Beta

By / — WordPress’ iOS and Android apps will soon be getting a new editor. The appearance of the new editor, codenamed “Aztec,” is very similar to the old one but is light years ahead of its predecessor in both speed and reliability.… More →

July Meeting Agenda

By / — The Theme Review Team holds a monthly meeting with an agenda and we encourage all members to attend. Channel: #themereview | Time: 17:00 UTC Topics to discuss Community Behaviour / Code of Conduct Proposal: WordPress Community Conduct Project Name collisions… More →

Hamilton: A Free WordPress Portfolio Theme for Photographers, Illustrators, and Designers

By / — Hamilton is a new portfolio theme released by Swedish designer and developer Anders Norén during his summer vacation. It was created for photographers, illustrators, designers, and image-heavy blogs. The theme displays portfolio items in a minimal, masonry-style grid with an… More →

WordPress Weekly Digest: 7/24/17

By / — Every week brings fresh updates and news in the world of WordPress. This week’s digest features advice on starting a blog for your school, extremely useful information on using the beloved Yoast SEO plugin and more!  How to start a WordPress blog… More →

Creating Custom Templates in a Plugin Instead of Your Theme

By / — Let me start this with a disclaimer: custom templates go in your theme. That’s what themes are for: giving you interesting ways to display your WordPress site’s data. More →

Employee Spotlight: Brooke Silcox, EE Coordinator

By / — In this blog series, we talk to WP Engine employees to learn more about their roles, what they love about the city they work in, and hear from them what they like most about working at WP Engine. Today we… More →

Pro ManageWP renamed to Pro Sites

By / — There’s been a lot of talk of what’s going to happen to ManageWP after the GoDaddy acquisition, and some speculated that ManageWP is going to be closed in the near future. 10 months after we joined GoDaddy, we did the opposite. Read… More →

Genesis vs PageLines: Which One Really Meets Your Needs?

By / — As a WordPress framework, it’s hard to debate the effectiveness and sleek child themes of Genesis from StudioPress. Genesis offers a starting point for developers, bloggers and regular business people who would like to construct more than the average website.… More →

How to Add a List of Sites in a Multisite Network to Each Subsite

By / — If you’re using a WordPress Multisite network to host a number of related sites, it can be useful to include links to all of the sites in each of your sites. This will help visitors who arrive at the wrong… More →

Link building with Dixon Jones (Majestic)

By / — “If nobody writes about it, then the content is a tree falling in the forest without anyone there to listen.” That’s how Dixon Jones, Marketing Director of Majestic, illustrates the importance of getting the right links to your content. We proudly… More →

Date, Time, and PHP

By / — Some thought on handling time and space without a TARDIS. The post Date, Time, and PHP appeared first on Half-Elf on Tech. More →

How to Display Random Quotes on Your WordPress Website (In 4 Easy Steps)

By / — Even if your website focuses on your own original content, there’s nothing wrong with adding external material to help spice things up. Including quotes on your site is a simple way to bring in an outside perspective and provide extra… More →

How to Install AWeber Web Form Widget in WordPress

By / — Have you just started using AWeber and want to install the AWeber form widget in WordPress? AWeber is one of the most popular email marketing service used by many WordPress users and marketers around the world. In this article, we… More →

Introducing DinePro: A Genesis Child Theme for Restaurants

By / — A common theme I have noticed when working with restaurant websites over the past few years is the lack of a simple-to-use theme that has a solid, functional menu system. While I have built a few custom systems for specific… More →

Podcast E178 – Updating your personal website & Introducing the new KSWP Website!

By / — This week I talk about refreshing your personal website. [powerpress] More →

Scheduling Social for Your Online Store – BobWP

By / — To save your resources, online stores are looking more into automation with their social. But if not done the right way, it can do more harm than good. More →

Does my WordPress Site Need to Use a CDN?

By / — A slow loading website is a death sentence to your online business. It might sound a little harsh, but it’s true. The moment a visitor lands on your site they’re making judgments and decisions about whether or not you should… More →

Weekly Design Updates

By / — This is the weekly call for updates for those contributing to design, as outlined here. The idea of these it to keep all designers connected. If you are contributing to design please add your reply as a comment to this… More →