WordPress News Digest for Friday, March 28, 2014

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6 Dead Simple Security Rules Every WordPress user needs to know – Part 2

By / — The final instalment of our Security Rules series comes from Jesse Friedman. He’s the Director of Innovation at BruteProtect. They provide a WordPress plugin which will protect you against brute force and botnet attacks. If you missed the first post… More →

An Example of How To Remove Empty HTML Tags

By / — One of the most tedious aspects of building WordPress themes is customizing and styling the comments template. This includes not only the comment form and the pingbacks, but the response text, as well. Don’t get me wrong: It could be… More →

Creating Unique Store Types Using WooCommerce Extensions – Part 1

By / — With the advent of the Divi theme by Elegant Themes, you can now do almost anything you want to your site’s design without coding. Since it integrates seamlessly with WooCommerce, we thought we’d write about how far you can take… More →

How to Customize Search Page Results in WordPress

By / — When you search on a regular search engine like Google, it’s highly unlikely that you’ll come up with no results… The post How to Customize Search Page Results in WordPress appeared first on Best Premium & Free WordPress Themes. More →

How to Import/Export Widget Settings in WordPress

By / — Sometimes when moving WordPress sites, you may need to save and reuse widget settings from one WordPress installation to another. If a site has just a few widgets, then you can probably do that manually. However, if there are many… More →

How to Set Up a Free Mini-Course in WordPress

By / — Give your visitors extra value and get them on your mailing list at the same time. More →

Improve the WordPress Visual Editor With These Cool Hacks

By / — WordPress 3.9 will feature the updated TinyMCE version 4 in core when it’s shipped next month. Version 4 looks real nice. It’s got a completely new GUI, simple and faster dialogs, and new and improved APIs and default plugins and… More →

Introducing ContactUs.com: Five Types of Forms, Integrated Contact Management and More

By / — We’ve built dozens of tools and plugins, modeled best practices from other form creation and conversion rate optimization companies, and focused on making enterprise tools available for everyone. We’ve spent a great deal of time to develop and regularly update 10 WordPress… More →

Jigoshop gets passed on to new owners

By / — Jigowatt, the company who develops the Jigoshop eCommerce plugin for WordPress has transferred ownership of the plugin over to Proxar IT Consulting, enabling Jigowatt to concentrate on the website design and development side of their business. Read more @www.jigoshop.com → The… More →

Plugin Development 101 – Introduction to extending classes

By / — This episode of Plugin Development 101 introduces you to how to extend classes in PHP and Object Oriented Programming. PHP extends allows you to create a new class that is based off of an existing class, meaning it inherits properties… More →

Pressgram 2.0 Removes Social Layer to Focus on Publishing

By / — PressGram, the WordPress-powered photo sharing app, has significantly evolved since its launch. The app broke onto the scene last year, positioned as a game-changing challenger to the increasingly unpopular policies of Facebook and Instagram. After supporting the native social networking… More →

The Art of the WordPress Startup: Part 12

By / — How to Close a Sale This post is part 12 of a series on how to launch your startup on WordPress. Last time I talked about how too many people get caught up in trying to capture the entire market, rather than a profitable… More →

The Best WordPress Posts Across the Blogosphere in March 2014

By / — Welcome to the March 2014 links mashup post! This month’s selection consists of in-depth tutorials, quick advice and opinion pieces that shine a light on the world of WordPress development. There’s more than a couple of lists of plugins and… More →

The Risks of Downloading Plugins from Unofficial Sites

By / — Yesterday, a post by Denis Sinegubko addressed the dangers of downloading plugins from unofficial sites. Sinegubko explained how “patched” malicious premium plugins work, what they do, and how some websites build their entire business around these […] More →

The Weekly WordPress News, Tutorials & Resources Roundup No.62

By / — This week I have been doing lots of HTML coding, I’m working on a new look for DesignersTalk which is currently running on VBulletin – the new version will run on WordPress with BuddyPress and bbPress for the forum. This… More →

Underscores for EDD: A Free Starter Theme for Easy Digital Downloads

By / — Over the past two years, Easy Digital Downloads has become a dominant player among WordPress plugins for selling digital products. EDD has been downloaded nearly 300,000 times due to its developer-friendly codebase and comprehensive set of features tailored to digital… More →

Value Time Over Money

By / — As a business owner you know that time is greatest constraint we face.  There are too many examples of how the need for time and time management can help or stall our business.  One observation I have continually is how… More →

WP-CLI in the Real World

By / — I’m looking to spread the word about WP-CLI. One way I’ve decided to do this is to submit a WordCamp talk proposal on the subject. Of course I can talk about how I’ve benefitted and about my favorite things, but… More →

What is a HTML Sitemap?

By / — The HTML sitemap (or site map) is concept that might be foreign to many folks who create a new website. But why is that? For search engine optimization (SEO) or website navigation purposes, the HTML sitemap is an integral piece… More →

ZOMG! You Stole My Code!

By / — Teach a user to upload, and you've saved your own vacation. Which you paid for by installing and teaching them to begin with. More →

iThemes Working Fast To Fix Users Upgrade Woes

By / — Last week, we reported the Better WordPress Security plugin would be renamed to iThemes Security. We also shared important details to prepare users for the upgrade. Because of the name change, users needed to re-enable the plugin or risk seeing… More →

need another help with home page am wordpress…

By / — need another help with home page am.wordpress.org. I was tryng to edit but all the links point to global.wordpress. that I have no privilege. More →