WordPress News

Below we present you with the latest WordPress news from around the world. The feed is generated using the WP RSS Aggregator plugin.

  • Genesis themes: three timeless classics
    Fashions in web design come and go. At the moment flat designs and parallax effects are all the rage. But what happens when fashions change, when the style of your theme is no longer flavour of the month, when your website starts to look clichéd and dated? Fortunately there are... read more
    Source: Genesis Themes | Published on 2014-04-20
  • Manage and Organize Daily Business Task with ThunderTask
    Anyone working online realizes the need for a compact task management tool to organize everyday tasks and follow it. Yes, we can note down all the little details of running an online business on post-its and notepads, but they don’t always help. Do they? What to do then? Use ThunderTask. How... read more
    Source: Blogging Tips | Published on 2014-04-20
  • Move Entry Title After Post Info On Archive Page
    Found a question recently on the forums which should help you understand how easy it is to customize your archive pages. Basically the question relates to repositioning the entry title after the post info and aligned right of the featured image on the home page. Here’s the before shot: Here’s... read more
    Source: WP Sites | Published on 2014-04-20
  • Our favorite tweets of the week: April 14, 2014 – April 20, 2014
    Every week we tweet a lot of interesting stuff highlighting great content that we find on the web that can be of interest to web designers. The best way to keep track of our tweets is simply to follow us on Twitter, however, in case you missed some here’s a... read more
    Source: Web Designer Depot | Published on 2014-04-20
  • MOJO Themes Deal – 4th Anniversary Bundle!
    MOJO Themes, a huge open marketplace for premium themes (not just for WordPress but also for Joomla, Magento and various other content management systems), is about to turn four – and to celebrate the occasion, they’ve put together an incredible deal: a WordPress-theme bundle consisting of eleven top-selling premium themes... read more
    Source: Winning WP | Published on 2014-04-20
  • The Best WordPress Membership Plugin in 2014
    Is there a way to know the best WordPress membership plugin? I know it’s crazy to think that you could figure out the best WordPress membership plugin without knowing a specific site’s agenda. It’s why I always tell people that while I can create a map, the route you take... read more
    Source: Chris Lema | Published on 2014-04-20
  • when my junior developer merges the wrong side of the diff
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    Source: Dev Practices | Published on 2014-04-20
  • when my junior developer merges the wrong side of the diff
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    Source: Dev Practices | Published on 2014-04-20
  • Backup and Restore Theme Options
    After taking the time to set a whole bunch of theme options, it’s nice to be able to make a quick backup of your theme settings. Many themes have this functionality built-in, but for themes that don’t, here is a plug-n-play snippet to create a “Backup/Restore Theme Options” page. You... read more
    Source: Digging into WordPress | Published on 2014-04-20
  • Fetching User Information from Rapportive via PHP
    I love Rapportive. It’s a nifty way to know about a user who sent you an email to your Gmail account. You can know about the person who sent the email and treat the person that way. It collects its data from various sources including social networks. But, you can... read more
    Source: Tareq Hasan | Published on 2014-04-19
  • Let Users Sign In and Recover Passwords On The Front-End Of Your WordPress Site
    Earlier this month, Rae published a great post on how to fully customize and brand your site’s login page. If you only have 15 minutes though, there is an alternative and that’s to add front-end login, registration and password recovery directly into your site’s pages and sidebars. Use widgets and... read more
    Source: WPMU | Published on 2014-04-19
  • WPWeekly Episode 146 – WordPress 3.9 With Andrew Nacin
    In this weeks edition of WordPress Weekly, we discussed several topics with WordPress lead developer Andrew Nacin. Ever since the release of WordPress 3.7, many have questioned why auto updates are turned on by default for minor and security updates. Nacin described the philosophy behind the auto update system and... read more
    Source: WP Tavern | Published on 2014-04-19
  • Top 6 iFrame plugins for WordPress
    iFrame is used when you want to embed one HTML document or webpage within another page, iFrames are often used to showcase or insert content from other sources. Here in this post we have collected top 6 iFrame plugins for WordPress, hope this will be really useful for our users.... read more
    Source: IndexWP | Published on 2014-04-19
  • Comics of the week #231
    Every week we feature a set of comics created exclusively for WDD. The content revolves around web design, blogging and funny situations that we encounter in our daily lives as designers. These great cartoons are created by Jerry King, an award-winning cartoonist who’s one of the most published, prolific and... read more
    Source: Web Designer Depot | Published on 2014-04-19
  • Status or WPML for WordPress 3.9
    We’re several days after WordPress 3.9 release and I’d like to report the current status. Most things are working, but there are a few known issues. If you know them too, we can all save ourselves time. Changes in rewrite logic may lead to translations redirecting to wrong URLs We... read more
    Source: WPML | Published on 2014-04-19
  • when i’m having a rough morning and my best internet friend tweets me
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    Source: Dev Practices | Published on 2014-04-19
  • Quotable: Highlight and Share WordPress Posts on Twitter
    Readers may not always identify with the title that you’ve chosen for your posts but they may find a gem within your article that is more “quotable” and worth sharing. Quotable is a new WordPress plugin that capitalizes on this, allowing readers to highlight any text within your content to... read more
    Source: WP Tavern | Published on 2014-04-18
  • Common issues in WordPress 3.9
    Did updating your site to WordPress 3.9 do something weird? Jeff Chandler of WP Tavern has put together a list of the most common errors reported as a result of the update, as well as the plugins most affected. (Sorry, users of ZipLst Recipe Plugin ver. 2.2!) This is a... read more
    Source: WP Shout | Published on 2014-04-18
  • WordCamps 2014: Spring & Summer Edition
    WordCamps are important events for the WordPress community. They draw WordPress users, developers, designers, and enthusiasts together to talk WordPress and build connections. The dialogue is meaningful, the atmosphere is light, and the sessions are productive. It’s been an exciting journey since the first WordCamp, WordCamp San Francisco, in 2006. Now... read more
    Source: Torque | Published on 2014-04-18
  • WordPress 3.9 Has Built-in Support for Pasting from Microsoft Word
    photo credit: This Year’s Love – cc A common support question that’s been popping up on the web after WordPress users update to 3.9: What happened to the “Paste from Word” button in the visual editor? If you find that the button is missing, don’t worry – it’s not a... read more
    Source: WP Tavern | Published on 2014-04-18

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