WordPress News Digest for Wednesday, November 30, 2016

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Analytics spammers now use legit websites as referrals

By / — Sigh. Where do I start on this? Everyone who owns a website these days and has some sort of analytics tool active has seen the lifehacĸer and ɢoogle domain spam (note the weird characters). For the last couple months, the amount of… More →

The 8 Best Divi eCourses for Those Looking to Dig Deeper

By / — One of the best ways to learn the ins and outs of Divi is to take a Divi ecourse. Whether you’re interested in learning to set up a blog, learn tricks that can save you time and money, learn web… More →

Using Namespacing and Autoloading in WordPress

By / — Namespacing and autoloading in WordPress isn't a popular topic. In this series for Envato, I walk through implementing these features of PHP. Using Namespacing and Autoloading in WordPress was written by Tom. For more on WordPress, development, and resources then… More →

Site structure: the ultimate guide

By / — Your site needs a certain structure. Otherwise, it’ll just be a collection of pages and blog posts. Your users need the structure to navigate through your site, to click from one page to the other. And Google uses the structure… More →

Introducing Web Week 2016

By / — To help prepare your website and business for 2017, we’ve created Web Week, a week-long tradition occurring from December 26 to New Year’s Eve. During Web Week we’re encouraging brands and agencies to take advantage of this low traffic time of… More →

From Unsteady Server Performance To Peace Of Mind [Case Study]

By / — The resume template company, Trendy Resumes wanted to rebrand. In order to do that, they launched a new website, with a new name, and a new design from their previous site CVfolio. Doing this increased traffic so much, Trendy Resumes had… More →

Yoast Custom Meta with CPTs

By / — Making for better SEO without having to think, just by using some elbow grease. More →

Ultimate Guide to WordPress Migrations and SEO: Pre-Migration Prep

By / — There are many reasons you might need to migrate a WordPress site – a change of domain name or perhaps moving a blog from a subdomain to a subdirectory. Whatever the reason, it is important to factor in SEO when considering a WordPress… More →

Hosting an eCommerce Site. An Interview with David Vogelpohl of WPEngine – BobWP

By / — Listen to episode 42 of our podcast as David gives us insights and tips into what you should look for in a hosting service for your eCommerce site. More →

How to Style WordPress Navigation Menus

By / — Do you want to customize your WordPress navigation menus to change their colors or appearance? Your WordPress theme handles the appearance of navigation menus on your site. You can easily customize it using CSS to meet your requirements. In this… More →

How to Share Code Snippets in Your WordPress Posts and Pages with Style

By / — Have you ever tried to just copy and paste code snippets into WordPress? It flat out doesn’t work! WordPress has no way of differentiating between a code snippet you want to display as source code and a code snippet you… More →

IonMag Free News WordPress Theme

By / — Are you looking for a great free news WordPress theme? You found it! ionMag is an amazing free theme for a blog, news, newspaper, magazine, publishing industry and reviews website. This integrated solution will change the way bloggers interact with their… More →

Wrestle Crate October 2016 Unboxing

By / — Today we look at another Wrestle Crate, after the success of the previous box, I decided to continue the subscription for another couple of months, and see what I get. Here is the second review of three. Wrestle Crate October 2016… More →

VueJS: Building A Simple Calculator

By / — In previous tutorials of VueJS we've learnt the basics of how to use Vue, but we haven't really learning how to build an application. In this tutorial we're going to… More →

Increase Customer Lifetime Value with Subscriptions

By / — One of the challenges of growing an online store is to get repeat customers. Repeat customers are 25 times less expensive than new customers when it comes to acquisition. Offering subscription products is a growing trend that helps overcome this… More →