WordPress News Digest for Friday, July 31, 2015

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25+ Premium and Responsive WordPress Themes That Are Ridiculously Good Looking

By / — If you’re serious about getting that eye-catching look from your site that begs visitors to do a double-take (and ideally scroll down or click on links), you shouldn't be afraid to invest a bit of money in a great responsive… More →

8 Questions with Pippin Williamson from Pippins Plugins

By / — In this week’s edition of 8 Questions, Pagely was fortunate enough to interview one of the most talented WordPress plugin developers around, Pippin Williamson. For those of you unfamiliar with Pippin, where have you been? Pippin is best known as… More →

An Interview With Jason Schuller, Creator of Pickle

By / — Anyone working with WordPress on a regular basis, will quickly form a clear understanding of “what WordPress is“. While websites designed with the CMS can look many different ways, the system behind it remains relatively unchanged. One such constant is… More →

Calling all designers

By / — With a location and date officially announced for WordCamp US (Philadelphia, December 4th–6th), it’s time to start thinking about design for the event. We’d like to include the entire WP community in this call for designers. If you’re interested, please… More →

Headings in Admin screens change in WordPress 4.3

By / — Are you a theme, plugin or framework developer for WordPress? Take note: the heading structure in the Admin screens will change in WordPress 4.3. From H2 to H1 Currently, in WordPress 4.2 and before, the main heading in admin screens… More →

How to Avoid This Embarrassing Sharing Bug on WordPress.com

By / — If you use the sharing feature on WordPress.com, you may have noticed an anomaly between your post title and what’s shared to social services. Since the post title is the first field to complete when writing a post, it makes sense… More →

I want to become the validator for urdu…

By / — I want to become the validator for urdu language. Can any one please guide me how to find the current validator if any? I want to complete 4.2.x branch for Urdu langague. Thanks More →


By / — LoopBack is a framework for building REST APIs. From StrongLoop, the folks that brought us the express framework. LoopBack Original Article: LoopBack Dougal Campbell's geek ramblings – WordPress, web development, and world domination. More →

LoopBack: A Powerful Node API Framework | Toptal

By / — A walkthrough tutorial for creating a REST API service using the LoopBack framework. LoopBack: A Powerful Node API Framework | Toptal Original Article: LoopBack: A Powerful Node API Framework | Toptal Dougal Campbell's geek ramblings – WordPress, web development, and… More →

New WordPress Online Course Launched – BobWP

By / — The release of my latest online course, What Is WordPress and Why Should I Use It? The post New WordPress Online Course Launched appeared first on BobWP. WordPress All The Time!             More →

Rant: Chrome is the New Nanny Browser

By / — Sometimes there's too much protection and not enough options. More →

The Month in WordPress — July 2015 Edition

By / — Yup — that’s right. Another month has come to a close. As I’m writing this, I’m enjoying the sunshine and a bit of summer fun here on the West Coast of U.S.A. (Yay, summer!) This month (as usual) has been… More →

WP RSS Aggregator Is Looking To Partner Up With Some Great Developers

By / — Our WP RSS Aggregator plugin is growing at a steady pace and has exceeded the 300,000 all-time downloads mark. What this means is that we're also getting more requests for some fine tuning here and there, as well as help with… More →

WPWeekly Episode 201 – Interview With Paul Gibbs and John James Jacoby

By / — In this episode of WordPress Weekly, Marcus Couch and I are joined by Paul Gibbs and John James Jacoby. Jacoby shares what he learned and accomplished working on bbPress and BuddyPress full-time for six months. Gibbs explains his motivation to… More →

Weekly WordPress News: WPLift Support Goes Live, Imposter Syndrome, Choosing a Theme

By / — So my news this week is I finally launched a new site, WPLift.Support provides complete support and maintenance plans complete with unlimited jobs for a monthly fee. I wrote up an introduction to the service here where I also talked… More →

Which is the Best WordPress Slider? Performance + Quality Compared

By / — Are you looking to add a slider in your WordPress site? Tired of going through hundreds of WordPress slider plugins to see which one is the best? Well you’re in the right place. In this article, we will compare 5… More →

Why Site Speed Matters to Your Business from Press Up

By / — Fred wrote a nice, quick post on the importance of site speed over at the Press Up blog this week. If you’re fuzzy on the impacts of speed, or have been trying to explain to a client why they should… More →

jQuery is Undefined

By / — Sure, Google is your friend and being able to ask questions on sites such as Stack Overflow and other similar sites is nice (though the community may not always be such), but it's not always fruitful. In those cases, I… More →