WordPress News Digest for Monday, March 31, 2014

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An Introduction To Google Analytics For WordPress

By / — Google Analytics is a web analytics service that was launched by Google in 2005. The regular service is free to use, however Google also offers a premium option for companies. I have been using Google Analytics on all of my… More →

AppPresser Represents WordPress at Macworld/iWorld

By / — Over the weekend, March 27-29, Macworld/iWorld was hosted at Moscone Center in Northern San Francisco, California. Among the Mac-centric festivities was the first-ever 6 About to Break competition. The competition aimed to spotlight the most innovative apps, accessories, […] More →

Automattic Acquires Incsub (and WPMU DEV!)

By / — Big news to share with everyone today, Incsub, the parent company of this site, has been acquired by Automattic, the people behind WordPress.com! I know it may come as a surprise to a lot of you, but to us, and as… More →

Celebrating the Last Day of Women’s History Month

By / — Ever since 1987, Women’s History Month has been celebrated in March here in the US. The idea is to: pay tribute to the generations of women whose commitment to nature and the planet have proved invaluable to society. To commemorate… More →

Dealing with Custom Post Types, Taxonomies, and Permalinks

By / — Comments are closed on this post. Please leave your thoughts on this original article.One of the most confusing aspects of working with WordPress is managing its rewrite rules. For anyone who has taken a dive into the Rewrite API and… More →

Digital Summit Phoenix

By / — The Digital Summit Phoenix is a 2 days of career advancing – business growing content, hours of peer networking, open bars, good food, cool swag and lots more. An unforgettable experience at an unbelievable value. (according to the website) The content… More →

Dissecting WordPress: page.php

By / — This is the 3rd in a series of articles discussing the different pieces of WordPress. We’ve already discussed the header.php and the footer.php—but they are only part of the picture. What happens between the two files […] More →

Free Files For April 2014

By / — Each month the Envato marketplace brings you free premium files. Envato is a web marketplace where you can get premium files for different areas of your website. My favourite marketplaces are the script marketplace CodeCanyon and the theme marketplace ThemeForest.… More →

Growing Your WordPress Company – Copyblogger Media

By / — You just finished reading Growing Your WordPress Company – Copyblogger Media by Thijs de Valk, written on WordPress News – WPForce.com. More →

How to Allow Users to Post Anonymous Comments in WordPress

By / — Recently one of our users asked if it was possible to allow anonymous comments in WordPress. By default, users cannot leave comments in WordPress without providing a name and email address in the comment form. In this article, we will… More →

How to Install and Setup SumoMe: A Free Opt-in Signup Form and Twitter Tool

By / — SumoMe is a free toolkit for growing your website traffic. At the moment the toolkit consists of two apps: one for making it easier for your readers to Tweet your content, and the other for adding a popup opt-in signup… More →

Monday Funk: Big Boss Man “Aardvark”

By / — Another great tune to brighten up your Monday… here’s Big Boss Man with “Aardvark”. The post Monday Funk: Big Boss Man “Aardvark” appeared first on Ben Barden. More →

New job!

By / — Today is the beginning of an exciting new journey for me withForsite Media. I've been wanting to work with them for a long time now. More →

Proud Sponsors of WordCamp Austin 2014

By / — WP101 is proud to sponsor WordCamp Austin once again! Though we're just down the road in Houston, we consider Austin our “home away from home,” and visit anytime we have the chance. We're looking forward to seeing some familiar faces… More →

Put Your WordPress Related Posts on Steroids & Boost User Engagement

By / — Get better and more powerful related posts for your site with tags. More →

Redis Object Cache

By / — I was just wondering the other day if anyone had ever used Redis instead of Memcached for high-performance in-memory caching with WordPress. Then I saw on Post Status that Eric Hitter and Eric Mann (his explanatory post) released a plugin… More →

Redis Object Cache for WordPress

By / — WordPress has long had a Memcached backend available for object caching. Over the past several weeks, Eric Mann and Erick Hitter have built out a Redis-based alternative for object caching. Read more @eamann.com → The post Redis Object Cache for WordPress… More →

Resilient Responses in Reviews

By / — I'll know bad code when I see it, but fixing it is another matter. More →

Statistical Validity in Big Data

By / — …there are vastly more possible comparisons than there are data points to compare. Without careful analysis, the ratio of genuine patterns to spurious patterns – of signal to noise – quickly tends to zero. Tim Harford in the Financial Times… More →

Top 5 Plugins for Every WordPress Site

By / — On many of the popular WordPress tutorial and news sites, and also in Meetups and WordCamps the world over, there… The post Top 5 Plugins for Every WordPress Site appeared first on Best Premium & Free WordPress Themes. More →

VagrantPress: A WordPress Development Environment for Themes and Plugins

By / — There are many ways to set up a Vagrant-based development environment for WordPress. It’s likely that you’ve come across Varying Vagrant Vagrants in your searches. VVV is probably one of the most popular Vagrant configurations for WordPress, but it may… More →

Which Method Do You Primarily Use To Add Items To The WordPress Media Library?

By / — If drag and drop is your preferred method to add content to the WordPress media library and you’d like to extend that functionality to the featured images meta box, you’re in luck. Developed by Jonathan Lundström, Drag and Drop Featured Image… More →

With great names comes great responsibility.

By / — In recent years, Joost and Yoast have become less and less synonymous, to the point where it’s now downright confusing as to what people are referring to when they’re correctly pronouncing Joost’s first name and the company name. You’d almost… More →

weDocs: A Free WordPress Documentation Theme Based on Bootstrap

By / — Writing documentation for products is oftentimes a thankless task. It’s a challenge to style and organize docs in a clear and approachable way. Unfortunately this tends to be an afterthought for many projects, even though it is the first point… More →

wpDataTables Review: Create Responsive Tables and Charts from a Range of Data Sources

By / — wpDataTables is a plugin for WordPress that allows you to create tables, charts and graphs for your posts and pages either by uploading a file or querying a database. The tables have the option to be responsive for use on… More →

“Can Print Screen Be Disabled?”

By / — This e-book grew from the author’s years as one of the most prolific contributors to the WordPress support forums. Titled after an in-joke among tech support people (answer: no), it’s a really great introduction to the architecture of the internet.… More →