Going Gutenberg: Chapter I (theeventscalendar.com) Agencies and developers have been speaking out in large number and loud volume about their hopes, fears, and predictions for how Gutenberg will change the WordPress world. This blog post isn’t about that—we’ll instead take a specific look at how The Events Calendar will be affected by Gutenberg, and how we plan to grow our plugins to take advantage of everything the new editor has to offer.
Approve Users from Admin Email using Profile Builder (www.cozmoslabs.com) If your WordPress site enables front-end user registration with admin approval, the easiest way to approve users without logging in every time a new registration is made, is to do it directly from the admin email, by simply clicking a link.
Using Admin Approval in combination with Admin Email Customizer module from Profile Builder PRO, approving new users from email is really straight forward.
Selling WordPress Themes Today – An Interview With Pixelgrade (www.wpkube.com) The WordPress theme market continues to go strong. Despite running for several years and established large players in the field, saturation hasn’t set in. There is still space for innovation and newcomers.
In the past we have already shone a light on some of them like Press75 and Macho Themes. In this post, we want to do the same with another contender: Pixelgrade.
Pinterest Marketing Tips and Strategies for WordPress Users (kinsta.com) To be sure, people underestimate Pinterest when compared to other top social networking sites. In fact, many wouldn’t even call it a social networking site at all—it’s technically a “social bookmarking tool”.
Whatever you call it, Pinterest is actually a lot easier to master than the Facebooks and Instagrams of the world. At least compared to these giants, Pinterest has almost unrestricted organic reach and an easy learning curve, thanks to the fact that major updates are fewer.