WordPress News Digest for Monday, August 28, 2017

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Help! My entire Lego collection was stolen!

By / — L’eggo my Lego Did you take my entire Lego collection? Because somebody did. If it wasn’t you, can you help me find the thief? A list of sets and some photos of the collection appear at the very end of… More →

Do the WordPress Wiggle

By / — WordCamp Denver was last weekend. And it was a really great event which I would recommend that everyone try to get to in future years. I got to hang out lots of nice friends, old and new, and it was… More →

This week in WordPress Accessibility, August 28th, 2017

By / — Transcript of the meeting Agenda Handbook, progress so far CodeMirror Gutenberg Open floor CodeMirror was moved up in the discussion by request of @samikeijonen. CodeMirror CodeMirror will be incorporated into WordPress 4.9 in theme and plug-in editing, the HTML text… More →

Google Warnings For Form Input Over HTTP Coming in October

By / — For years, Google has been actively seeking ways to encourage website owners to implement SSL certificates. SSL allows websites to be accessed over HTTPS, which encrypts information sent between the visitor and web server. Recently, we discussed how Google is… More →

August meeting agenda

By / — The Theme Review Team holds a monthly meeting with an agenda and we encourage all members to attend. Channel: #themereview | Time: 17:00 UTC Topics to discuss Microformats https://wordpress.slack.com/files/joyously/F5SFNUWG7/Microformats_-_the_hidden_feature_bug_in_themes Gutenberg Can themes create custom blocks? Page on front Your feedback… More →

Simple Solutions to Create a WordPress Knowledge Base

By / — A comprehensive knowledge base can do much to improve your business, both internally and as a vital part of your… The post Simple Solutions to Create a WordPress Knowledge Base appeared first on WPExplorer. More →

How to Create a Vertical Navigation with Divi that Drives Business

By / — In today’s Divi tutorial, we’re going to show you how to create a vertical navigation that drives business for your website. The vertical navigation that we’ll show you how to make will typically be used for businesses that think it’s… More →

How Agencies Are Killing it: Advertising Trends for 2017

By / — The internet and social media have turned advertising on its head leading to some truly innovative advertising trends in 2017. […] The post How Agencies Are Killing it: Advertising Trends for 2017 appeared first on Pagely®. More →

WordPress Blogs You Follow Regularly…?

By / — If you follow any WordPress blogs regularly, to whom do they belong? Check out my list, then share yours on Twitter and I (and others) will share 'em. More →

A Guide to SMS for WordPress and Integrating It With Your Website

By / — It’s funny. I think that for every step forward we make in bridging the physical gaps that separate us from one another, we take one step backward in terms of actual human-to-human contact. I’m not saying I object to any… More →

You Don’t Know Paths

By / — Avoiding calling files directly in WordPress can be done even in the weirdest circumstances. The post You Don’t Know Paths appeared first on Half-Elf on Tech. More →

An Introduction to the Gutenberg Editor

By / — In some ways, WordPress has changed drastically from its early days as a blogging-focused platform. However, a few elements have been altered little from its inception – such as the way the editor works. The community has offered alternate editors… More →

Laravel Debugbar Package

By / — The Laravel debug package is always the first package I install when starting a new Laravel project. This makes it so easy to debug any performance problems you have in… More →

What are custom taxonomies in WordPress?

By / — In WordPress, content can be grouped using categories and tags by default. WordPress calls these groups taxonomies. When you are serious about your content and have a lot of it, it will pay off to create other groups as well. By creating… More →

Podcast E183 – Picking the right tool for the job

By / — This week I talk about picking the right tools for the job. [powerpress] More →

Great Giveaway from Popups Premium – Win 1 of 3 Licenses Worth $39 Each

By / — This week's giveaway is brining you a chance to win 1 of 3 licences for Pupups premium plugin. Popups premium is a one of Timersys's bestsellers. It’s a premium add-on for the most versatile popup plugin in the market, the free WordPress Popup plugin. For… More →

Multisite Agenda for the week of August 28th

By / — Office Hours Agenda This is the agenda for the weekly office hours meeting on in #core-multisite. Review progress on roadmap and related discussion. Figure out how to check for existence of the wp_blogs database table for site meta (see #37923).… More →

How to Configure and Install Piwik Analytics for WordPress

By / — When it comes to website analytics, Google Analytics is undoubtedly the gold standard. But…it’s by no means the only option when it comes to analytics for your WordPress site. One unique alternative that I’ll feature today is Piwik Analytics. It’s… 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 →

We Called it Gutenberg for a Reason

By / — Movable type was about books, but it wasn’t just about books. Ideas spread. Literacy spiked. The elite monopoly on education and government started to crack. Luther’s 95 Theses were printed and circulated on a press, rocking Europe and he issued… More →