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How to Get Started Learning WordPress Development

So you’ve been using WordPress for a while, maybe even for years. You’ve implemented themes for your own projects and for a few paying clients. But now you’re feeling stuck, unable to get from advanced WordPress user to WordPress developer. Many WordPress developers...

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Latest Items from Planet WordPress Aggregator

Latest Items from Elegant Themes

Creating a Getting Started Page for Your Clients

Welcome to part 2 of 5 of our Divi mini series Creating Client Documentation to Empower your Clients and Save You Time. In this series, we’re branching out from a typical module or Divi design tutorial by showing you 5 ways you can create Client Documentation with the...

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A Forecast of 2017 Web Design Trends

Just like any other art form, web design is always evolving. As the technology that powers our online experiences leaps forward, some trends fall by the wayside, while others improve and new ones emerge. To stay on top of your game as a web designer, you need to keep...

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Latest Items from Modern Tribe

WPCampus Survey Results: WordPress Trends In Education

How are educational institutions using WordPress, and why are they consistently choosing this platform over other CMS options? To answer these questions, the folks behind WPCampus conducted a comprehensive survey of WordPress users in the education sector. 486 people...

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Making The Case For WordPress in Education

Last month, Pantheon invited Shane to co-present a webinar on making the case for WordPress in education. You can skip down to the bottom of this post to view the video recording or continue reading for more insights on what makes WordPress the right choice for...

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Redux, React and the WordPress Rest API V2

This article is part of a group of posts we are sharing surrounding the rebrand/build of Modern Tribe’s new identity and website. Check out Rebranding Tribe for a look into the branding and design aspects of this 9 month effort, and WordPress, React, & The New...

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Latest Items from WordPress.org

WordPress 4.7.2 Security Release

WordPress 4.7.2 is now available. This is a security release for all previous versions and we strongly encourage you to update your sites immediately. WordPress versions 4.7.1 and earlier are affected by three security issues: The user interface for assigning taxonomy...

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WordPress 4.7 “Vaughan”

Version 4.7 of WordPress, named “Vaughan” in honor of legendary jazz vocalist Sarah “Sassy” Vaughan, is available for download or update in your WordPress dashboard. New features in 4.7 help you get your site set up the way you want it. Introducing WordPress 4.7...

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Moving Toward SSL

We’re at a turning point: 2017 is going to be the year that we’re going to see features in WordPress which require hosts to have SSL available, just as Javascript is an almost necessity for smoother user experiences and more modern PHP versions for performance, SSL...

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Latest Items from WordPress.com Developer Blog

New WordPress unified API console

Since the WordPress 4.7 “Vaughan” release, each WordPress installation includes REST API endpoints to access and manipulate its content.  These endpoints will be the foundation for the next generation of WordPress websites and applications. Today we’re releasing a...

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Get.blog Goes Open Source

We’re happy to announce that we’ve open-sourced two projects last week: Delphin and its sibling, Delphin Bootstrap. Delphin powers get.blog, a site we built for a smooth registration of .blog domains. Delphin Bootstrap is a portable development environment for Delphin...

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WordPress REST API on WordPress.com

As you might know if you follow WordPress developer news, the WordPress REST API content endpoints are slated to be merged into WordPress core in the upcoming 4.7 release. These endpoints cover basic WordPress features (posts, pages, custom post types, revisions,...

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Latest Items from WordPress.com News

New Themes: TextBook and Dara

Hello there! Today I’m announcing the latest additions to our free-themes collection: TextBook and Dara. TextBook Designed by Allan Cole, TextBook is aimed at helping schools, colleges, and other non-profit organizations to distribute and archive information in an...

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Latest Items from WPLift.com

Weekly WordPress News: Can You Have Too Many Plugins?

This week, Colin discusses whether or not there's such a thing as "too many WordPress plugins". You can also check out an early prototype of the new Gutenberg Editor for WordPress. It looks very interesting. The post Weekly WordPress News: Can You Have Too Many...

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Latest WordPress Items from Webdesigner Depot

Opera completely redesigns its desktop browser

Opera has recently unveiled a brand-new refresh of its user interface in the developer stream. Really part of a bigger project named Reborn—appropriately so—this new build offers a totally new look and some new features that are sure to pique the interest of many...

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The best new portfolio sites, February 2017

Welcome, readers. I realize that some of you may have had romantic plans this month, but now that’s out the way, we need to look through a bunch of portfolio sites and rate them without actually assigning a numerical value to them. I assure you, your friends and loved...

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