The Church of WordPress (knowmike.com) Mike Jordan wrote an excellent post on the future of the WordPress community. His post is an excellent call to all of us to remember our collective origins, and to work hard to ensure our community doesn’t grow in a way that shuns newcomers.
Who’s Hiring in WordPress? (Spring 2014 Edition) (www.poststat.us) This is the fifth “Who’s hiring” post, and previous ones were very encouraging. With Spring in the air, I figured it’s a good time to do this again, as we’ve seen a number of job advertisements of quality brands seeking developers and designers in the last couple of weeks.
Analyzing Your Audience (yoast.com) Yoast began as a WordPress blog, but is currently much more than just a blog. The aim of today's article is how to get knowing the preferences of your public and how it allows you to adapt your marketing and sales strategies.
BuddyPress 2.0 To Add Signups Administration Screen (wptavern.com) BuddyPress 2.0 will include a new “Manage Signups” screen in the WordPress admin for tracking the status of pending accounts. This enhancement helps community administrators moderate registrations and help facilitate the signup process for new users who are experiencing difficulty.
Show Custom Fields in WordPress (www.cozmoslabs.com) How to show custom fields in WordPress is one of the hardest thing to understand by non-technical users. This article comes in help by showing you different ways of displaying those custom fields and transform your website from static pages to a proper CMS
Episode #26 – Chris Ducker (www.wpelevation.com) In this episode you are going to learn the importance of building a virtual team and surrounding yourself with some people who can help you scale your business and take your business to the next level.