WordPress News Digest for Thursday, May 25, 2017

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How to Optimize Blog Posts on Your WordPress Site Before Publishing

By / — Hello, my friend. If you are a blogger like me, then you should know what it’s like to wear a… The post How to Optimize Blog Posts on Your WordPress Site Before Publishing appeared first on WPExplorer. More →

JSON Feed Creators Aim to Revitalize Interest in the Open Web with RSS Alternative

By / — JSON Feed, a project created by Manton Reece and Brent Simmons, launched last week. It’s a syndication format similar to RSS and Atom but built with JSON. “The premise was simple: the time is right for a JSON-based approach to… More →

This week’s design meeting agenda for May 25th

By / — This week’s chat is happening . This weeks agenda is: Lets discuss meeting formats Open floor Feel free to leave a comment and we can discuss anything people want. See you in the #design channel in Slack Login to Reply More →

May 25th Support Team Meeting Summary

By / — Announcements The Plugins Team is close to being able to open up for new reviewers, but they need some help first. The Theme Review Team has outlined their goals going forward. If you’re new around here, please consider using the… More →

Rapid Prototyping: Prototype To Code, Part 2

By / — In the continuing effort to move from prototype to code, I'll take the plugin in progress and implement interfaces for organization. Rapid Prototyping: Prototype To Code, Part 2 was written by Tom. For more on WordPress, development, and resources then… More →

How to Use CloudSwipe for Secure Hosted Payments with WooCommerce – BobWP

By / — With over 150 payment gateways, CloudSwipe's secured hosting payment is perfect for your WooCommerce online store or site. More →

17 Examples of Church Sites Using Divi

By / — Being a pastor myself, Church websites have always held a special place in my heart. If you think about it, they need a wide range of features. They need practically every type of media including downloads and live streaming, events,… More →

JSON Feed WordPress plugin

By / — Manton Reece just released the JSON Feed WordPress plugin into the WordPress directory. Making it mad easy to install and support the new spec. WP Admin → Plugins → Add New, then search for “jsonfeed”. I’ve updated to this version… More →

How to Manage a Live WordPress Website Like a Pro

By / — For many of us, our websites are our bread and butter, even our pet projects. And though they hold a significant position in our lives, unfortunately we mismanage them regularly. While this is okay for smaller sites, the problem persists… More →

How to Quickly Fix the File and Folder Permissions Error in WordPress

By / — Just like any other Content Management System (CMS), WordPress comes with a few quirks. One of the most annoying is the ‘file and folder permissions error’, which can prevent you from interacting with your site. That includes creating folders and… More →

Pixel Caffeine Review – Easily Add Facebook Pixel to WordPress + More

By / — If you’ve ever visited a website only to immediately start seeing that site’s ads on Facebook, you’ve probably wondered how that site manages to target you so accurately. Don’t worry – they aren’t tracking you through some grand NSA conspiracy.… More →

Instagram: Early morning rainbow on my street. #moblog

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Secure email: Encrypt and sign your emails with PGP/GnuPG

By / — Email is fundamentally insecure. There are such a plethora of issues with it, it is crazy to think about the kind of information sent with it. It is probably even crazier when you realize we’ve had a solution for sending… More →

How to Uninstall and Reinstall WordPress

By / — Recently, one of our users asked us how they can uninstall and reintsall WordPress? Reinstalling WordPress can solve issues when all other troubleshootings tips fail. In this article, we will show you how to safely uninstall and reinstall WordPress without… More →

Dev Chat Summary: May 24th (4.8 week 4)

By / — This post summarizes the dev chat meeting from May 24th (agenda, Slack archive). 4.8 Timing Beta 1 went out on Friday, May 12th; Beta 2 went out on Monday, May 22nd RC1 is scheduled for Thursday, May 25th With RC1 we’re aiming… More →

Editor changes in 4.8

By / — There are couple of noteworthy changes to the editor in WordPress 4.8. A much better experience when trying to place the cursor around links. Try inserting a link, then move the cursor with the left and right arrow keys. You… More →

Week in Core, May 17th – 23th 2017

By / — Welcome back the latest issue of Week in Core, covering changes [40771-40826]. Here are the highlights: 56 commits 75 contributors 70 tickets created 7 tickets reopened 71 tickets closed Ticket numbers based on trac timeline for the period above. The… More →

WPWeekly Episode 274 – WordPress Commercials, Storefront, and the Customizer

By / — In this episode, John James Jacoby joins me to discuss the news of the week. We give our take on the new WordPress.com commercials and whether or not they hit the mark. We share what’s new in Storefront 2.2.0 and… More →