WordPress News Digest for Friday, March 27, 2015

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12 Not-So-Obvious WordPress Tweaks to Improve Posts and Pages

By / — Posts and pages are the backbone of a WordPress environment. In this post we'll take a look at some of the things you can do to make your posts and pages better using built-in WordPress settings, plugins and code. More →

6 Best WordPress Plugins for YouTube Publishers

By / — Are you a YouTube publisher? Wondering which are the best WordPress plugins for YouTubers? In this article, we have hand-picked some of the best WordPress plugins for YouTube publishers. These plugins will help you improve the display of your YouTube… More →

Celebrate WordPress Learning With 25% Off My Workshops – BobWP

By / — On Wednesday, I published a post asking readers to take a survey on how they best learn WordPress. Saturday I will spend the day at the 2015 WordCamp Seattle Experienced. It will be a time for connecting with cool WP peeps,… More →

Give a Fresh Look to Your Site with These 20+ Alternatives

By / — How's it going, people? Our radars have been working this first month of the year and they've picked up some of the coolest new releases in the web design and development worlds. We're bringing you icons, coding tools, mockups and… More →

How to Find and Display Page, Post, Category, or Tag ID in WordPress

By / — Since every post, page, category and tag on your WordPress website has a unique ID, wouldn’t you like to know how these IDs can be used? Well, most people don’t find these IDs very useful, but for developers and people… More →

Include Bugs in Screencasting

By / — For a number of years, I’ve been doing screencasts that help to teach others how to use WordPress – the majority of my work has been done for Envato, but I’ve also done some one-on-one screencasting as well as some… More →

Introducing Cache Buddy: a companion for your WordPress page caching solution

By / — WordPress is, by default, completely dynamic. On every page load, a bunch of “work” happens. Cookies are read. A database is queried. Content is transformed. All of this makes WordPress very powerful and flexible. But for sites that get a… More →

Know Your Market: Demographics and How to Create a Target Market Hypothesis

By / — As developers, we’ve noticed a lot of web projects fail because site owners don’t know who they’re trying to reach in the first place. Inthis week’s post over at <a href="http://www.twitter.com/wpbusinesstips" target="_blank"WP Business Tips we cover the basics of demographics… More →

Mailbag: SNI Incompatibility?

By / — Nope. Not worried at all. More →

Slack Adds Two-Factor Authentication Support After Recent Security Breach

By / — Slack, which is used by thousands of people world-wide to communicate, recently suffered a security breach. According to Slack, the breach occurred during a four-day period in February. Hackers gained access to a central database used to store user names,… More →

Staying safe and DRY with register_meta()

By / — I know this is probably going to upset, but this is the best way to save an input from a form to a post meta field in WordPress:  [crayon-551643c88f956664076044/] And yes, on its own that […] The post Staying safe… More →

The 11 Best Drag and Drop Page Builder WordPress Plugins

By / — As web building platforms evolve to include those who aren’t necessarily well-versed in the world of code, drag and drop… The post The 11 Best Drag and Drop Page Builder WordPress Plugins appeared first on Best Premium & Free WordPress… More →

The Excerpt Episode 2 — WordPress news with Julie Kuehl

By / — Julie Kuehl and I cover the week in WordPress news with a short format (15 minute) podcast. The Excerpt is part of the Draft podcast, and will be balanced by long form interviews. This week we talk about Shiny Installs,… More →

The Key To Writing Great Headlines That Drive More Traffic

By / — When I was a kid, one of my favorite movies to watch was Disney’s 101 Dalmatians. What can I say — those puppies were so stinkin’ cute! One of the movie’s quotes that always stuck with me was something Rodger… More →

Weekly WordPress News: Forked Products, WordCamp London, New Happy Tables & More.

By / — WordCamp London happened last weekend at the London Metropolitan University, I couldn’t make this as we are due a baby (very!) soon so it was good to see a roundup of the event on WPTavern, looked like a great WordCamp.… More →