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Gutenberg + Themes: Week of Oct 12, 2020 - Make WordPress Themes

Hello! This is the 23rd weekly roundup of theme-related discussions, fixes, and developments in Gutenberg.  In case you missed it last week, be sure to check out this post about the near-term forecast for block-based theme functionality.  Please weigh in… Continue Reading →

How to Add an Easy Cookie Compliance Opt-in to WordPress - Elegant Themes

Several laws regulate the way that you track and store user information. Since most WordPress websites track data in one way or another, that means you need to understand how cookie consent works and how to implement it. We’ve talked… Continue Reading →

4 Best WordPress Sales / Landing Page Themes (+ Why You Should Use a Page Builder Instead) - WP Kube

The post 4 Best WordPress Sales / Landing Page Themes (+ Why You Should Use a Page Builder Instead) is written by Dev Sharma and appeared first on WPKube. Searching for the best WordPress landing page themes? We’ve got ’em… Continue Reading →

How to Enable GZIP Compression to Speed Up WordPress Sites - Kinsta Blog

The easiest way to speed up your WordPress site is to eliminate all its unwanted resources. The second easiest way to speed it up is to compress all its wanted resources. Enabling GZIP compression on your web server is one… Continue Reading →

12 Ways to Prevent Emails from Landing in Customer’s Spam Folder - Template Toaster

Everything from maintaining an email list and creating the most attractive email newsletter with useful content will be a waste of time if your email lands in the Spam folder. It could be the most frustrating thing to ever happen…. Continue Reading →

Most Popular and best selling Sports WordPress Themes - Victor Themes Blog

Do you love sports??? Just kidding. Who doesn’t love sports if you don’t you won’t be here. Sports is the one that unites the whole world. It may be any kind of sports either esports or any kind of indoor… Continue Reading →

Introducing GitHub Actions for Automated Testing - Make WordPress Core

As of [49162], Core is now running automated tests using GitHub Actions as a runner, in addition to the existing Travis CI and Appveyor runs. This post is to publicize the change, document the reasoning, communicate next steps, and share… Continue Reading →

Stripe Acquires Paystack for $200M+ - WP Tavern

The big news in the world of e-commerce today is Stripe’s acquisition of Paystack, a Nigeria-based payments system that is widely used throughout African markets. The company, which became informally known as “the Stripe of Africa” picked up $8 million… Continue Reading →

Diving Into the Book Review Block Plugin - WP Tavern

Created by Donna Peplinskie, a Product Wrangler at Automattic, the Book Review Block plugin is nearly three years old. However, it only came to my attention during a recent excursion to find interesting block plugins. The plugin does pretty much… Continue Reading →

CSS Chat Agenda: 15 October 2020 - Make WordPress Core

This is the agenda for the upcoming CSS meeting scheduled for Thursday, October 15, at 5:00 PM EDT. This meeting will be held in the #core-css channel in the Making WordPress Slack. If there’s any topic you’d like to discuss,… Continue Reading →

Starter Guide: How to Create a Request a Quote Form  - Gravity Forms Blog

If you are running a project-based service business, then displaying a high-end, user-friendly request a quote form on your website is must. This type of form will not only make it easy for your customers to get in contact with… Continue Reading →

Widget screen test scrub for WordPress 5.6 - Make WordPress Core

Posted on behalf of @monikarao since she is not a user yet on this blog As part of the 5.6 release, we’ll be hosting a widget screen focused test scrub this Friday, October 16, 2020, 13:30 UTC in the #core channel on Slack. Gutenberg 9.1 released… Continue Reading →

WordPress Caching: The Essential Guide - iThemes

As a website owner, it’s important to know that WordPress caching is one of the most powerful tools you have at your disposal, even if you aren’t using it yet. Simply stated, caching WordPress can make your website fast. Really… Continue Reading →

How to Combine a Scroll Progress Bar with a Fixed Navigation Menu in Divi - Elegant Themes

Progress Bar Indicators can add a nice touch to your website, boosting UX with a useful (and fun) interaction. Normally, progress bars stand alone at the top of the page without much connection to the actual content of the page…. Continue Reading →

Accessibility Team Meeting Agenda: October 16, 2020 - Make WordPress Accessible

This is the proposed agenda for the weekly Accessibility Team meeting on Friday, October 16, 2020 at 15:00 UTC. Discuss Trac ticket #50699: Fix and improve arranging metaboxes Feedback con Twenty Twenty-One accessibility issues Progress report on team’s goals for… Continue Reading →

Switching to Windows for Local WordPress Development - Delicious Brains

As you may have noticed from reading our blog, we’ve highly favored Mac and Linux for WordPress development. And we’re not alone – through my very scientific and thorough research, most other WordPress developers seem to be using Mac as… Continue Reading →

4 Instagram Feed Plugins Compared: Find the Best Possible Solution - WP Mayor

If you’re struggling to make the decision between some of the top Instagram feed plugins, we’re here to help. Choosing the right plugin for your website is an important decision to take, especially if you’re paying for premium products. In… Continue Reading →

Dev Chat Summary 14th October 2020 - Make WordPress Core

Hello Friends! Here’s what happened in the core devchat on Wednesday, October 15th, 2020, 05:00 UTC and Wednesday, October 15th , 2020, 20:00 UTC, following this agenda . 05:00 UTC core dev chat @thewebprincess facilitated the meeting and took notes…. Continue Reading →

Securing Your WordPress Site with Defender and The Hub - WPMU Dev

With Defender and The Hub, securing your site and keeping tabs on any volatile issues is as easy as ever – all in one place! Any hackers up to no good, malware, or threatening bots, don’t stand a chance against… Continue Reading →

The Future of Starter Content: WordPress Themes Need a Modern Onboarding and Importing Tool - WP Tavern

Image credit: picjumbo.com on Pexels. Starter content. It was a grand idea, one of those big dreams of WordPress. It was the new kid on the block in late 2016. Like the introduction of post formats in 2011, the developer… Continue Reading →

Design meeting notes 14 october - Make WordPress Design

These are the weekly notes for the design meeting that happens on Wednesdays. You can read the full transcript on our Slack channel and find the meeting’s agenda here. You can join the Slack channel by following the instructions in… Continue Reading →

Upgrade/Install Component meeting summary – October 13, 2020 - Make WordPress Core

These are the weekly notes for the Updates/Install component meeting that happened on Tuesday October 13, 2020. You can read the full transcript on the core-auto-updates Slack channel. The meeting was focused on the component’s major project for 5.6: an UI for opting in to core auto-updates: #50907. @audrasjb… Continue Reading →

Agenda for October 15th Support Meeting - Support Everything WordPress

The weekly support meeting will be held on Thursday, October 15th, 2020, 17:00 UTC in #forums on Slack. (a Slack account is required) A note-taker for the meeting is requested, taking notes is a great way to get more involved with contributing to… Continue Reading →

Gravity Forms v2.4.21 Release - Gravity Forms Blog

We’re excited to announce the new release of Gravity Forms v.2.4.21! Inside this release, you’ll find: Added security enhancements. Updated background updates to work more seamlessly with WordPress’s automatic updates. (Complete changelog listed below) Gravity Forms v2.4.21 is now available… Continue Reading →

How to Reveal a Column CTA in a Sticky State with Divi - Elegant Themes

At a certain point when you’re creating a page design, you might run into a list of services, courses, or something similar that you want to share in an interactive way. The design you’re using for your list content plays… Continue Reading →

WordPress Vulnerability Roundup: October 2020, Part 1 - iThemes

New WordPress plugin and theme vulnerabilities were disclosed during the first half of October. In this post, we cover recent WordPress plugin, theme, and core vulnerabilities and what to do if you are running one of the vulnerable plugins or… Continue Reading →

High Severity Vulnerability Patched in Child Theme Creator by Orbisius - Wordfence Blog

On September 9, 2020, our Threat Intelligence team discovered a vulnerability in Child Theme Creator by Orbisius, a WordPress plugin installed on over 30,000 sites. This flaw gave attackers the ability to forge requests on behalf of an administrator in… Continue Reading →

Most popular and Trending Travel Social Media Templates - Victor Themes Blog

Travelling is always the best part of human life because the memories are the most precious thing in life. Travel has got a lot of fans like me. To attract those fans is an easy task. Because they know the… Continue Reading →

8 Best Tools for Taming Your Email Inbox Chaos - Elegant Themes

Did you know that the average person spends 13 hours a week processing and managing an email inbox? With employees being constantly bombarded by emails, the whopping 13 hours seem like a lot of wasted time. So, how do you… Continue Reading →

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