Are you looking forward to attending WordCamp Raleigh? Can’t wait to get your ticket. You can now go ahead and register for this one and a half day conference on our website at https://raleigh.wordcamp.org/2015/tickets/.
Imagination is more important than knowledge. – Albert Einstein Remember when you were little and the best gift of all was a large cardboard box? That box could be anything from a small family home to the vanguard of an intergalactic attack fleet. With a few hastily drawn lines in permanent marker – and aRead More…
We’re happy to announce the first fruits from Maintainn Internal Fridays: The Maintainn Customer Dashboard plugin.
BuddyPress 2.3.3 is now available. This is an important maintenance and security release for the 2.3 branch of code, and all BuddyPress installations are recommended to upgrade as soon as possible. BuddyPress Messages, while off by default, is a component that’s frequently enabled to allow members to communicate privately with each other.
At WordCamp Tampa this year, we’re going to have a panel of industry professionals doing a live code audit. What’s a code audit? Exactly what it sounds like. The panel of experts are going to review user-submitted code ahead of time and then go over it, on screen, live with the audience.
In WordPress 4.3, we eliminated shared taxonomy terms once and for all. This means that, by the time WordPress 4.4 is released, just about every WordPress installation will have the same number of rows in the wp_terms and wp_term_taxonomy database tables. Why does this matter?
As WordPress continues to grow, online business continues to become more and more competitive, so naturally, search engine optimization (SEO) continues to be a top priority for many of our clients. A large majority of the sites we build are for clients migrating from another …
When WordPress 4.3 was released, it added the ability for users to set a site icon, also known as a favicon, in the Customizer. In the past, users had to either add this manually, through a plugin, or through the theme options (if their theme included this functionality).
As a WordPress business, WordCamp conferences are close to our heart. This year, our WP Valet team is excited to contribute the branding for the WordCamp Orlando 2015 conference. Our lead designer Hyemi Oh did a terrific job on the logo, emulating a fanciful, storybook theme-inspiring imagination and creativity.
In a few weeks, Yoast.com will get a major make-over! We are currently working on the last details of our redesign. Alongside our new appearance, we will also launch a new section on Yoast.com: Yoast Academy. Yoast Academy will become the SEO library of Yoast.com.
Dropbox is a free service that lets you bring your photos, docs, and videos anywhere and share them easily. Never email yourself a file again!
WordCamp Netherlands, hét evenement voor de WordPress Community in Nederland, vindt precies over een maand plaats in Seats2Meet in Utrecht en ticketverkoop is gestart! Voor €40,- heb je een zaterdag vol leerzame presentaties over de verschillende aspecten van WordPress gegeven door sprekers ( de eerste aankondigingen kun je hier al terug vinden) met uitvoerige WordPress kennis.
All over America, people have put small “give one, take one” book exchanges in front of their homes. Then they were told to tear them down. Please consider disabling it for our site, or supporting our work in one of these ways Subscribe Now > Three years ago, The Los Angeles Times published a feel-good story on the Little Free Library movement.
In this episode of WordPress Weekly, I’m joined by Miriam Schwab, founder and CEO of Illuminea, a web development company based in Israel. She’s also on the Steering Board of Digital Eve Israel, one of the leading communities for professional women in Israel to help empower women economically.
We can’t wait to kick off The Email Design Conference later this week. Here are a few logistics and details to keep in mind. Wednesday is workshop day. You are registered for both the Responsive Email Workshop and the Advanced Targeting and Hacks Workshop.
Senior Security Architect – As part of WP Engine’s rapid growth, we’re seeking a Sr. Security Architect to join our team. As the head of Security for WP Engine, you will have the opportunity to work with a diverse team of Linux, PHP, and WordPress experts to keep things secure 24/7.
Mura CMS is available with two license options: open source and commercial. Our primary focus is on making Mura CMS available as an open source (and free) application, but we recognize that some organizations prefer (or even require) commercial licensing, so we offer a commercial license as well.
The NCCAOM has put out a call for public comments on their Code of Ethics for the acupuncture profession. The Board of Directors of the POCA Technical Institute wishes to respond in a spirit of sincerity and in the hope of creating progress. If you support this letter to the NCCAOM, please sign this petition.
Note: I’m writing this post at midnight, so I apologize in advance for any grammar and spelling errors (publishing this post is more important than making it perfect). My name is Clay and I’m a co-founder and CEO of LeadPages.net. Today, we launched a 100% free WordPress.org plugin called Rapidology (you can download it here).
We are excited to announce that the WordPress Community Summit will be held on December 2-3, 2015, in the days preceding WordCamp US. These dates were chosen based on the results from the proposed dates survey. The majority of respondents preferred that the Community Summit be held prior to the official start of WordCamp US.
Even though WP-CLI is a mature project, we still manage to pack a great set of improvements into each release. Here’s what’s coming to you in v0.20.0. Use the –regex flag to wp search-replace to… wait for it… use regex in your search and replace operations.
It’s that time again… Please join me in welcoming Tammie Lister (@karmatosed) as a guest committer for WordPress 4.4. There’s another committer to be announced, but we thought we’d wait until he’s back from vacation for a proper welcome.
We strive to make all aspects of using WordPress.com streamlined and intuitive, from following a great new blog to editing a post on the go. Today, we’re happy to present the new action bar, which allows you to do all this (and more) no matter what device you’re on.
Internacional – An abandoned attempt at supporting multi-language content on a single WordPress site
Howdy! Thank you for taking part in the WordPress 2015 survey. The questions shouldn’t take you any longer than 5 – 8 minutes in total. Your answers will be beneficial to lots of people in the community (including you!). Results will be presented at WordCamp US. All data will be anonymized: no email…
So you’ve been approved to write a guest blog post on your target blog. Congratulations … but don’t sit back and relax just yet. If you want your guest post to bring you the attention, traffic, and customers, then you need to be proactive about making the most out of it.
Law enforcement is on scene following an incident at Bridgewater Plaza. The incident happened during a WDBJ7 live report. Deputies from Franklin County and Bedford County are on scene. Check back soon for more updates.
Utilize our detailed guidelines to confidently design excellent apps that fit right into the Salesforce ecosystem. With the Design System, you get access to all of the Salesforce core visual and interaction design patterns so that you can follow established best practices and build apps that have a consistent look and feel with the Salesforce user experience.
Yesterday I published a post telling my story of adding 12 income streams to my blogs over the last 10 years. One of the comments and tweets I had a number of times was a request to make the diagram I used shows how the 12 different streams of income go towards making the overall […]
Are you looking to add a Welcome Gate on your WordPress site? Welcome Gates are one of the highest converting list building techniques in the market. Recently one of our users asked us for the best Welcome Gate plugins for WordPress. In this article, we will show you how to create a welcome gate in WordPress without affecting SEO.
Last Saturday, I read the 6,000-word New York Times piece, ” Inside Amazon,” in the car on my way to the beach. I sat quietly in the front seat, glued to my phone while my husband flapped his hand gesturing for help with Google maps.
I get this question a lot: Bob, do you know a good book to help me get started with WordPress? Now before you go off and say things like: A book, what the heck is that? or Books and technology don’t mix. It changes too much.
As we announced a while back, we’re working on real time content analysis functionality for Yoast SEO. While we wanted to preserve backwards compatibility, we’ve come to the conclusion that we won’t be able to for some filters. This means that some themes and plugins, who integrate with our page analysis functionality, will need to be updated.
That is the question. It’s the question I’m asked as soon as someone discovers that I manage the editorial team for Copyblogger. You see back in March, there was a sudden influx of audio content here on the pages of Copyblogger.
WordPress has changed my career. It has helped me achieve financial and personal independence. It has given me confidence and notoriety. It has enabled me to travel the country. It has completely changed my home, my friendships, my romantic relationships. It has transformed my entire life. But let me back up a minute.
This has come up recently. What happens when someone submits a plugin that’s a copy of another? The tl;dr here is this: Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you find someone has slipped an uncredited fork or identical copy of another plugin into the repository. In general, we spot these before they ever get published.
WordPress 4.4 is the last scheduled major release of the year and with it will come a new default theme to replace Twenty Fifteen. On the Make WordPress Core site, Tammie Lister published an image gallery that shows off the design of Twenty Sixteen.
ST. LOUIS COUNTY — Two young men featured in iconic photos taken during the Ferguson, Missouri, protests of August 2014 are among a whole swath of demonstrators and observers whom St. Louis County authorities chose to prosecute nearly a full year later. Others who were recently charged by the St.
The responsive image team has been meeting regularly for a while. After our meeting earlier this week, we realized that make/core needs an update on what’s been going on with the RICG (Responsive Images Community Group) feature plugin, as well as to request feedback on a few questions.
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The latest update to the iThemes Sync dashboard includes a new handy feature you can turn on today: the ability to get a daily summary email of available WordPress updates for your themes, plugins and WordPress core
BuddyPress is always in active development, so new features, fixes, and enhancements are continually being released. Let’s go over some updates you might have missed! This is a real quick and dirty rundown with links to more information on each bit, but let us know if …
Every once in a while we get a case that makes us dig deep to find answers. We have spoken before about the trouble with forensics and reasons why websites get hacked. Sometimes though, the answer is not clear and we can only gather clues to make an educated guess.
Today we’re happy to announce the release of our new magazine-style theme! Domino Magazine is a complex and multifunctional theme, highly customizable and features a spacious responsive layout.
Fifteen members of the WooCommerce team will host an Ask Me Anything-style meeting for this month’s meetup. They’ll focus on helping you get the most out of using WooCommerce, and will include some short presentations on a few unique things you can do with the plugin.
WordPress 4.4 development hit the ground running last week, only a few hours after the launch of 4.3. We’re already close to 100 commits, and digging through the 385 responses on my “what’s on your wishlist” post. One feature that many of you want is the WP REST API (heard of it?).
As part of my ongoing project to engage with the global WordPress community while simultaneously humbling myself, I’ve agreed to appear on the Very French Trip podcast on September 10, where I’ll be talking about how WordPress and BuddyPress get built.
BuddyPress is always in active development, so new features, fixes, and enhancements are continually being released. Let’s go over some updates you might have missed! This is a real quick and dirty rundown with links to more information on each bit, but let us know if you have any other questions!