WordPress News Digest for Tuesday, August 25, 2015

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A WPEngine Deal For My Peeps – BobWP

By / — BobWP has run on WPEngine since May of 2013. What better way to celebrate my appreciation to WPEngine than giving my readers 33% off your first three months of hosting. The post A WPEngine Deal For My Peeps appeared first… More →

Announcing Apostrophe

By / — A classic magazine-style theme, Apostrophe is now available for self-hosted sites. An update of Konstantin Kovshenin‘s Semicolon, crafted by Automattic’s … Continue reading → More →

CDN77 Review: Fast, User-Friendly and Straightforward CDN for WordPress

By / — With more than 12,000 websites on its books, CDN77 was created out of the frustration of trying to find a customer-focused content delivery provider that was transparent, fair and flexible. Fair enough. But we wanted to know if it was… More →

How to Create a Professional Online Resume in WordPress

By / — Are you looking to create an online resume with WordPress? Adding a professional resume to your website allows prospective employers to easily find and contact you. In this article, we will show you how to build a professional resume in… More →

Introducing Twenty Sixteen

By / — WordPress 4.4 will see a brand new default theme; that’s right, today is time to meet Twenty Sixteen! The process of selecting the Twenty Sixteen theme was a long one, taking several months. Lots of themes were considered, eventually settling… More →

Locale orm Plural forms nplurals=2 plural= n 1…

By / — Locale: orm Plural forms: nplurals=2; plural=(n > 1); Language native name: Afaan Oromo Sub-domain: orm.wordpress.org Site Title: Afaan Oromo Site Description: WordPress Afaan Oromootin Admin Username(s): dberecha Admin Email: Note: Don’t want to make my email public. More →

Pressware and Self-Employment Accounting

By / — Some of the developers and designers who I admire the most in the wider development community are really good about being open about various aspects of their businesses. Sometimes they talk about their challenges, sometimes they do financial reports, and… More →

Questions to ask before recommending a host to your client

By / — As a developer, you’re used to answering questions for your clients, both the easy ones and the tough ones. Some of the answers you give are the same for every client, but some answers are different for everyone. “Where should… More →

React by Nick Raienko | ZEEF

By / — List of resources for ReactJS React by Nick Raienko | ZEEF Original Article: React by Nick Raienko | ZEEF Dougal Campbell's geek ramblings – WordPress, web development, and world domination. More →

SEO changes, and so do our site reviews

By / — Yoast has three main product lines. You all know our plugins, which are the main part of our business. Next to that, we have written a number of eBooks (the third one is actually coming out soon!) and we perform website… More →

Show Me Your WP REST API v2 Apps

By / — WordPress 4.4 development hit the ground running last week, only a few hours after the launch of 4.3. We’re already close to 100 commits, and digging through the 385 responses on my “what’s on your wishlist” post. One feature that many… More →

Startuply: A WordPress Theme for Startups

By / — When starting a new business or launching a new product you always want to have a great website behind it. Finding a faster, more efficient way of building your website without compromising on either quality or looks would be the ideal… More →

Sugar Event Calendar

By / — Today I'm happy to announce the release of version 1.5 of Sugar Event Calendar, my sweet, simple event calendar plugin for WordPress. This is an update that has been in the works for a while and brings several significant improvements… More →

The Divi Nation Podcast, Episode 01 — Successful Solopreneurship with Eileen Lonergan

By / — Welcome to the first episode of our new podcast and YouTube show–Divi Nation! We’ve successfully taken our concept and created something that I think has a lot of potential (in addition to being a pretty good show in and of itself).… More →

Title tag support now required

By / — As of today’s team meeting, title-tag support is now required for all themes. We keep a back-compatibility policy of two versions, and the title tag feature was added in WordPress 4.1. So, we’re at that point. The team has put… More →

Update: Responsive Image Support for Core

By / — The responsive image team has been meeting regularly for a while. After our meeting earlier this week, we realized that make/core needs an update on what’s been going on with the RICG (Responsive Images Community Group) feature plugin, as well… More →

WordPress is a Factory: A Technical Introduction

By / — We recently released Up and Running, which we think is one of the best places a user, designer, or developer from a different field can start to get their mind around the concepts and practicality of WordPress development. One of the… More →