wpMail.me #93 - The weekly WordPress newsletter.
No spam, no nonsense. - February 28, 2013

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News & Articles

  • Hello, Post Status (krogsgard.com)
    Post Status is essentially a WordPress news and information link blog, with a little extra flavor. In this article you'll find Brian's story about his project.
  • 10 Common WordPress Theme Issues & How To Fix Them (www.wpexplorer.com)
    There are thousands of forum posts opened everyday and definitely theme developers and community members are pretty board of answering the same questions over and over again. In this article, you'll see the solutions for 10 common WordPress theme issues.
  • Support Doesn't Scale (tommcfarlin.com)
    "Given that support is a function of the number of plugins offered and the number of users for each plugin, it’s clear that offering support becomes more and more time consuming with each user." An article by Tom McFarlin.
  • WordPress And The Enterprise (wpengine.com)
    It’s interesting to watch the Enterprise world grab ahold of WordPress. In some respects they’re rediscovering the things we've known for years. But there are other factors unique to the Enterprise, and that’s where their adoption of WordPress gets even more interesting.
  • Why a Genesis and Thesis Comparison is Still No Comparison (chrislema.com)
    "I’ve seen the articles and read the posts and I still scratch my head. I know it’s possible to compare Genesis with Thesis, when it comes to WordPress frameworks, but I don’t understand why you’d do it. Maybe it’s simply because they’ve both been around a long time and both have a lot of supporters. They have that in common, but that’s about it." An article by Chris Lema.
  • Meet John Saddington serial WordPress entrepreneur (mattreport.com)
    Becoming an entrepreneur takes a special person. Some might say passionate, driven, and even crazy. If you’re running your first startup or third, you need to watch (or listen) to this interview with creator of the Standard theme, founder of 8bit, and now Chief God Mode of WPDaily.co.
  • Fighting To Be Your WordPress Managed Host (wpdaily.co)
    The bar is continuing to be raised this year as more and more players are jumping into the managed WordPress hosting space. But the hosting business is a tricky one and it’s an industry.
  • 8 Ways To Give Back To WordPress in 2013 (wpdaily.co)
    The WordPress ecosystem as we see and love it today is a result of contributions in one way or the other towards making it better. No matter your skills set whether you are a designer, developer, or just someone who uses WordPress you can give back to WordPress. In this article you'll find 8 ways you can give back to WordPress in 2013.
  • The Complete Guide to Increasing Email Subscribers on your WordPress site (wplift.com)
    In this post by Oliver Dale you'll learn about tactics to increase your subscribers and then go into some more technical details and look at some services and plugins recommended.

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  • How to Add a Forum in WordPress with bbPress (www.wpbeginner.com)
    Bulletin boards and forums are good old reliable tools to build online communities. However, if you are running a WordPress site then integrating a third party forum with WordPress can be a mess. bbPress is the answer to that problem. In this tutorial, you will see how to add a forum in WordPress with bbPress.
  • How To Switch/Convert Custom Post Types in WordPress (www.wpbeginner.com)
    WordPress comes with five default post types, which are posts, pages, attachments, revisions and menus. Users can also create their own custom post types. This gives them power to create different types of content and display them differently on their websites. In this article, you will see how to switch custom post types without writing any code.
  • Show Yourself Off With a Custom Author Box (wp.tutsplus.com)
    Multi-Author blogs are becoming increasingly popular and with good reason. On most multi-author sites, you will find a nice little author information box somewhere on the page. In this tutorial you'll learn how you can create one for your very own site.
  • Remove Post Meta On Pages, Posts & Archives (wpsites.net)
    Post meta is the data displayed when you assign your posts to one or more categories and tags your posts with one or more tags. This tutorial will show you how to remove post meta on pages, posts and archives.

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