WordPress News Digest for Thursday, May 26, 2016

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10 of the Best WordPress Support Services Available in 2016

By / — WordPress is the preferred content management system behind 26% of the world’s websites. Many of which are for major brands, companies, and public figures like CNN, Major League Baseball, Katy Perry, Mashable, TechCrunch, and the New York Post. Obviously, their… More →

50 Essential WordPress Plugins Every Blogger Should Know

By / — It’s almost mid-2016 and it’s been an eventful year for WordPress enthusiasts. Ready to test your WordPress plugin jargon? Think… The post 50 Essential WordPress Plugins Every Blogger Should Know appeared first on Best Premium & Free WordPress Themes. More →

6 Clever Anti Spam Plugins for WordPress

By / — Sifting through spam comments can be one of the most or least enjoyable experiences of operating a website. We tend to have fun with the spam we get around here, but it’s easy to see it being a major inconvenience… More →

Dev Chat Summary: May 25th, 2016

By / — This post summarizes the weekly dev chat held on . Update on WordPress 4.5.3 Work continues on the 8 remaining tickets tagged for the release: https://core.trac.wordpress.org/tickets/minor; most tickets are either fixed or marked as commit. #36861 needs some testing. Please… More →

Get Control of Your WordPress Columns with Admin Columns Pro Plugin

By / — If you are looking to not only organize your admin columns on your pages in your dashboard, but add other data that can easily be viewed, check out the Admin Columns Pro plugin. The post Get Control of Your WordPress… More →

Golf With Your Friends – Review

By / — After the popularity of my Rocket League Review, I’ve decided to do another review, this is for a game I have been watching on Twitch a fair bit and is quite popular on there. An early alpha game that has… More →

Growing a lifestyle business without losing the lifestyle

By / — Balancing a lifestyle business — and trying to grow it — can be tricky, when you're not willing to give up your lifestyle for that growth. There are ways to grow your business without giving up the lifestyle you began… More →

Hi I’d like to be added as editor…

By / — Hi, I’d like to be added as editor for the following plugins since I’m the author: https://wordpress.org/plugins/genesis-widget-column-classes/ https://wordpress.org/plugins/off-canvas-sidebars/ Thanks in advance! More →

How to Install Multiple Sites on One Hosting Account

By / — If you recently signed up for SiteGround hosting (thanks to our awesome 70% off deal!) and read the fine print, you already know that you can host multiple WordPress sites though the same hosting account! After migrating my existing site… More →

How to Use Shortcodes in your WordPress Sidebar Widgets

By / — In the past, we have shown you how to add and use widgets in WordPress. One of the most asked questions we get about widgets is how can I add shortcodes in WordPress sidebar widgets? By default, shortcodes does not… More →

Media Weekly Meeting Recap (May 20, 2016)

By / — The weekly Media meeting happens each in #core-images. The agenda for these meetings include reviewing priority tickets for the Media Component, open discussion on tickets desiring review, and scrubbing through open tickets. Participants this week: @joemcgill, @mikeschroder, @azaozz, @adamsilverstein, @ocean90 Tickets… More →

Report Builder Review: Generate DOCX and XLSX Docs in WordPress

By / — wpDataTables is a premium WordPress plugin that allows you to create interactive tables, charts, and graphs. It’s one of the most popular and best-made plugins in its niche — so popular, in fact, that WPLift reviewed it and gave away… More →

SEO and Multilingualism in WordPress

By / — A unique guide on SEO and Multilingualism on WordPress. The purpose of this article is to better understand how multilingual SEO works and to provide the tools to properly assess and select a WordPress multilingual solution compatible with Google best practices. More →

SEO copywriting: the ultimate guide

By / — SEO copywriting is both a key element and a challenge in every SEO strategy. As search engines spider texts, the content of your website should be fine-tuned to the (ever-changing) algorithms of search engines. On top of that, your text… More →

Speaking at All Things WordPress North Atlanta

By / — In a little less than a month, I'm going to be speaking at All Things WordPress North Atlanta. The meetup is run by Mickey Mellen of Mellen Media and who also helps co-organize WordCamp Atlanta. I'll be giving a talk… More →

Summary for todays design chat

By / — Archives can be found here. We had a shorter meeting with a few main points brought up. Thoughts are still wanted for #36922. We discussed #36424 as requested by @ocean90. I added a comment that sums up our thoughts, we need… More →

The benefits of Jetpack for your WooCommerce store

By / — Jetpack is one of the most versatile free plugins available for WordPress. Its built-in offerings range from statistics to a content delivery network to automatic social sharing of new posts, and much more. If you’ve used WordPress for a while… More →

Weekly meeting agenda

By / — The weekly design meetings continue today at  in #design on Slack. Topics to include this week: Opinions on widget message: https://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/36922. As you can see, we only have one agenda item, so we need more! Feel free to bring things up… More →

Why You Should Care About WordPress Performance Optimization?

By / — Part of successfully running a website is making sure that it is optimized, in other words that your load time is acceptable and on a par with your competitors. WordPress performance optimization is no longer an option, but it has… More →