The WordPress Community Needs an Attitude Adjustment (wpdaily.co) We’ve got entire sites dedicated to asking questions, we’ve got meetups – both official and unofficial – that meet around the world each week (or, at least each month), and we’ve got people all over the Internet, both on blogs and on Twitter, talking about the application, the strong points, the weak points, and even negatively critiquing one another about their pet projects or even their core business’ projects.
WordPress Hosting: It's Tough, For Good Reason (wpdaily.co) Tung Do, of DevPress, has been known to shake things up in the past with such things like a re-imagination of the WordPress dashboard, shared yesterday that he’s interested in getting into the hosting space and “revolutionize” experience.
Top 10 WordPress Plugins of the Month — June 2013 Edition (managewp.com) Variety is the spice of life -- or so they say.
Well, I couldn't agree anymore. With that spirit in mind, this month I have a diverse array of plugins for your delectation. I'm confident that you'll find something of interest within the list below, and perhaps even something that is perfect for your WordPress website.
8 Superb Mobile WordPress Plugins (wpmu.org) In order for a WordPress site to be successful, it must have a mobile presence. Many people search for sites through their mobile phones, and they are quickly becoming a resource for those who are on the go.
Top WordPress Sites Vulnerable (hackertarget.com) Everyone knows WordPress is an incredibly popular platform for not only traditional blogs but also increasingly as a full blown content management system (CMS). This popularity combined with a wide attack surface makes it a popular target for malicious attackers. The wide attack suface is due to the thousands of plugins, themes and custom code.
WordPress Theme Panel Options Frameworks (www.wpexplorer.com) At the heart of many popular WordPress themes is a powerful theme options panel. This is a great way to include theme customization options that non-developers can manage and understand. Many users don’t have a clue what CSS is – but they can use tabs, toggles, drop -downs and color pickers.
TeslaThemes, new Premium WordPress Theme Club, Now Open (www.wpkube.com) The one-month old theme company has a goal of producing one theme per month. The pricing is very affordable and all their themes are powered by the Tesla Framework, a powerful administration that comprises all the great features and allows you to easily customize the look and functionality of your theme, without any knowledge of programming.
How to Bulk Delete Users in WordPress (wpmu.org) A WordPress site that’s overrun with spam users is something like a den of cockroaches, especially if you’re running BuddyPress. As soon as you notice this happening you’ll need to find a way to quickly delete all of these spam users.
How to Add a jQuery FAQ Accordion in WordPress (www.wpbeginner.com) Recently one of our users asked us if there was a way for them to add a FAQ accordion on their WordPress site. There are many plugins available that allows you to add a frequently asked questions or FAQs section in WordPress. In this article we will show you how to add a jQuery FAQ accordion in your WordPress site.
How to Create Super Cool WordPress Category Pages (wpmu.org) How important are the category pages on your site? Are they just an afterthought? Are they drab and lackluster? Admit it — could they be a lot more valuable (to both you and your visitors)? Couldn’t they be a lot cooler too, like this guy below?
An Introduction to Thesis: Overview (wp.tutsplus.com) If you develop with WordPress you have probably heard the term “framework” before, and chances are you’ve developed with one.
If you haven’t, you’re in luck! This tutorial will walk you through the ins and outs of one of the most popular WordPress frameworks.