WordPress News Digest for Saturday, February 28, 2015

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If I Had to do it All Again

By / — As I sit here tonight, at a bar, typing on the WordPress app (which will undoubtedly make my fingers cramp typing long form), I’m thinking about my life. What has made me a man, a developer, a friend, and lover… More →

SIDEKICK Adds Support For WordPress Multisite, Launches Partnership With MediaTemple

By / — SIDEKICK has announced that its voice-guided WordPress training video plugin now supports WordPress Multisite. According to SIDEKICK Co-founder, Ben Fox, WordPress Multisite has been one of the most requested features from users. Users can now: Easily auto activate your SIDEKICK… More →

The most popular WordPress plugins

By / — WordPress plugin popularity has always been pretty tough to figure out. We only had download counts or independent, third party website scrapers to tell us anything. Now, WordPress.org itself has more data that's being tested and launched to give us… More →

This Month in WordPress—February 2015 Edition

By / — So, the other day after I woke up, I caught a glimpse of the calendar and was hit by the sudden realization that it was going to be March in a couple of days… MARCH, of 2015! Where does time… More →

Time To Abolish Metaboxes in The WordPress Post Editor

By / — I’ve used WordPress to write about WordPress for more than seven years, it’s how I make a living. Recently though, writing in WordPress feels more like being a data entry specialist. I guess in some ways, it’s not surprising considering… More →

Understanding WordPress Themes Files and Where to Find Them

By / — Are you keen to start modifying your website but feel completely lost at step one? In this article I'll try to introduce you to the very basic WordPress concepts when it comes to code, ones that are often skimmed over,… More →

WP Engine Earns A Bronze Stevie Award For Our Customer Experience

By / — At WP Engine, we feel grateful for the privilege to be of service to our customers. It is a responsibility that we take very seriously, as we believe that our customers are the heart of our business. Every day, the… More →

Writing code is like solving a Rubik’s cube

By / — Ben Dwyer on why writing code is like solving a Rubik’s cube. More →