Blogging Tips from the Publisher of 14,719 Articles (proplugindirectory.com) The best blogging tips are likely to come from a blogger who’s been at it for years, publishing thousands of articles — again and again. We know someone who fits that description. His name is Eric Dye and he agreed to be interviewed about his blogging experience. What follows is a great story and a series of blogging tips that you will benefit from.
Event Espresso Releases a REST API with Read Access to all Event Data for Free (eventespresso.com) The REST API for Event Espresso provides read access to all Event Espresso 4 data: events, tickets, datetimes, registrations, custom questions and answers, payment methods, configuration and even add-on data. The API uses Event Espresso's models system for querying the database, giving it nearly as much querying abilities as server-side plugins. Application developers are invited to integrate their programs with the Event Espresso 4 REST API to consume the data available in Event Espresso 4. The API is available to download for free on GitHub.
The Events Calendar Plugin (wordpress.org) A new version of the plugin has just been shipped yesterday and the team knocked out more than 100 bugs in 3.11 and released a new premium add-on as well that will import events into WordPress from an iCal URL.
What Happens When You Switch Your WordPress Theme? (www.wpbeginner.com) While it is mostly safe to switch your WordPress theme, there are few things that you need to keep in mind. In this article, we will answer the question: “what happens when you switch your WordPress theme” and things that you need to do to make sure that your site works properly after the switch.