Why We All Need to Keep Watching iThemes (chrislema.com) Every time you focus on taking something complex & make it easier, you’re bound to find a great solution that lots of people will love. That’s why every one of us should keep an eye on what they’re doing. Today iThemes announced that they’re stepping into the ring. Just months after they announced that they’d be getting into eCommerce with Exchange.
WordPress For Android Gets a Major Update (www.wptavern.com) The WordPress Android app received some significant updates this week, making it easier than ever to post on the go. As a long time Android user, I’ve seen the app go through many different stages. This update brings the most beautiful mobile experience to Android users so far.
WooCommerce Multilingual 3.0.1 (wpml.org) WooCommerce Multilingual 3.1 features support for different currencies, independent of the language. This means that your visitors can select languages and currencies separately. Just like the language setting, currency setting is ‘sticky’ and stays with the visitor once selected.
WeddingThemes101.com Is Launched (weddingthemes101.com) After the release of RestaurantThemes101.com, the first premium theme collection website focussed on restaurants only, WeddingThemes101.com is launched, the second niche website which is completely focussed on wedding website themes and currently totals 123 different themes.
How to Create a WordPress Child Theme (wpmu.org) Creating a child theme allows you to make changes to your site without touching your original theme’s code, making it easier to update your site without the threat of wiping out changes when you update. In today’s Weekend WordPress Project we’re going to look at how to set up a child theme.
Get Array of All URLs in A String (pippinsplugins.com) WordPress 3.7 introduced a new function called wp_extract_urls(). This is a handy function that allows you to extract URLs from text strings. Simply pass the text string to the function and it will return an array of URLs.
Using HighCharts in WP-Admin (wp.tutsplus.com) Charts are a great way to present data. They make data more digestible by making it visually appealing. In WordPress, there is no built-in method for getting posts and pages data in a graphical form. Also, nothing should keep you from learning new techniques and to dive straight into the subject is the best way to learn.