WordPress News Digest for Monday, September 25, 2017

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PHP Meeting Recap – September 25th

By / — This recap is a summary of this week’s PHP meeting. It highlights the ideas and decisions which came up during that meeting, both as a means of documenting and to provide a quick overview for those who were unable to… More →

A Fairytale Ending: ReactJS Drops its Patent Clause

By / — In a development that seems destined to silence doubters like me, ReactJS moved to relicense itself under the thoroughly open-source-friendly MIT license—dropping the “patent clause” that it had included for arguably sane reasons but that had caused WordPress to drop… More →

How to Leverage Your WordPress Blog to Land Your Dream Job

By / — There is a cliché about looking for work that states, “It’s not what you know, but who you know.” While… The post How to Leverage Your WordPress Blog to Land Your Dream Job appeared first on WPExplorer. More →

10 Fun Ways to Use The Divider Module with The New Divi Options

By / — In today’s Divi tutorial, we’re going to share with you a glimpse of what you can do with the new options that have been added to Divi in the previous updates. More precisely; we’re going to share 10 interesting ways… More →

WordPress Weekly Digest: 9/25/17

By / — Every week brings fresh updates and news in the world of WordPress. This week we talk about the newly revised Gutenberg roadmap, embedding Facebook events on your site and more!  Doc Pop’s News Drop: THE Revised GUtenBerg RoadMaP This week in… More →

Introducing the Gallery widget

By / — In the last major release we introduced Media Widgets for Images, Video, and Audio. Per that dev note: WordPress 4.8 includes media widgets (#32417) for not only images (#39993) but also video (#39994) and audio (#39995), on top of an extensible… More →

Updating Subsequent Events in Event Calendar Posts

By / — Here's a starting point for how to update subsequent events that are created by Event Calendar using database queries and native WordPress APIs. More →

Should You Disable Comments on Your WordPress Blog?

By / — It’s exciting when readers of your blog take the time to leave comments on your posts. It’s often what makes the arduous process of creating content feel totally worth it at the end of the day. Of course, you could… More →

Demystifying Viewing Patterns

By / — Have you ever monitored the viewing pattern of people visiting your website? This is the pattern in which people view, in this case, websites. There are a lot of ideas about this out there. Now I’m wondering: is there one ‘right’ pattern?… More →

A Big List of the Top WordPress Theme Designers

By / — Let’s rundown the list of the top WordPress theme designers for 2017. How was this list compiled? That’s a great […] The post A Big List of the Top WordPress Theme Designers appeared first on Pagely®. More →

Morning reading #1

By / — In What’s so bad about HTML Comments as structure?, Greg Schoppe explores the problems of using HTML comments instead of an existing standard like JSON in the upcoming Gutenberg editor for WordPress. In my morning JavaScript JavaScript reading, I’m catching… More →

JavaScript Chat Agenda for September 26th

By / — Please observe the noted two-hour delay in scheduled meeting time. The past few weeks have been eventful for the WordPress JavaScript community: First with the decision that WordPress would not use Facebook’s React project in developing core features, then a… More →

How to Add Post Publishing Confirmation Messages to WordPress (In 2 Ways)

By / — If you’ve been working with WordPress for a while, you’ve likely posted an early draft by mistake at one point or another. Regardless of the reason, it’s certainly annoying. Depending on your blog’s setup, it could have some negative consequences… More →

How to Setup Cloudflare CDN for WordPress

By / — A content delivery network, or CDN, is a network of worldwide servers that delivers cached web content to users based on their location. Because it takes less time to send data over a shorter geographical distance, using a CDN to… More →

How to Find Which WordPress Theme a Site is Using

By / — Have you ever wanted to find out which WordPress theme a website is using? Often we get emails from readers asking us for help in finding the exact theme that a certain website is using. In this article, we will… More →

3 Best Video Games I’ve Played In 2017

By / — Yes. I’m well aware that 2017 isn’t over yet, but I’m not sure what else I’m going to play this year, and in a vain hope to blog more here, I’m going to run 4 posts a year. Four posts!… More →

Podcast E187 – 5 reasons to use a CRM

By / — This week I share 5 reasons why to use a CRM [powerpress] More →

12 Geeky WordPress Peeps Talk About Online Shopping – BobWP

By / — Learn what 12 WordPress geeks would never buy online, their biggest frustration when shopping online and their preference between physical books and ebooks. More →

PHP Meeting Recap – September 18th

By / — This recap is a summary of this week’s PHP meeting. It highlights the ideas and decisions which came up during that meeting, both as a means of documenting and to provide a quick overview for those who were unable to… 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 →

Bug Scrubs for 4.9 Beta 1

By / — The following bug scrubs have been planned for the 4.9 release: / Monday, September 25th 16:00 UTC by @jbpaul17 focused on enhancements and feature requests in the 4.9 milestone in #core / Wednesday, September 27th 15:00 UTC by @jbpaul17 focused on… More →