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How to Create a Web Design Style Guide

Designing a website can be a challenging process. Finding inspiration for a design that is both aesthetically pleasing and also functional isn’t always straightforward. Maintaining a consistent style across various web properties and pages can make things even more...

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How to Easily Auto Update WordPress, Themes, and Plugins

Wouldn’t you agree that one of the greatest annoyances about working in WordPress is that little nag at the top of the admin dashboard that screams, “Update me!”? I mean, it’s not like you aren’t aware that there are updates that need to be processed. It’s just that...

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Latest Items from Planet WordPress Aggregator

WPTavern: WordCamp Europe 2018 Speaker Applications Now Open

WordCamp Europe 2018 has opened the call for speakers and will be accepting applications through January 15. The organizing team recommends that speakers already have some experience ahead of applying to speak at the largest WordPress event in Europe, but a dedicated...

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Latest Items from Elegant Themes

The Countdown To Black Friday And Our Craziest Sale Ever

Coming Soon, Our Biggest Black FridaySale Of Of All Time We are planning a Black Friday sale, and it’s going to be awesome! In fact, it’s our biggest sale of all time, filled with huge discounts, free prizes and beautiful Divi layout packs. We only do this kind of...

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10 Resume Websites Made With Divi

Resumes are a popular type of personal websites. They’re great for presenting your skills, education, and experience to potential clients and employers. Fortunately there are lots of resume websites made with Divi to help spark your imagination. In this article we’ll...

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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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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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Latest Items from WordPress.org

WordPress 4.9 Release Candidate 3

The third release candidate for WordPress 4.9 is now available. A release candidate (RC) means we think we’re done, but with millions of users and thousands of plugins and themes, it’s possible we’ve missed something. In fact, we did miss some things in RC1 and RC2....

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WordPress 4.9 Release Candidate 2

The second release candidate for WordPress 4.9 is now available. A release candidate (RC) means we think we’re done, but with millions of users and thousands of plugins and themes, it’s possible we’ve missed something. We hope to ship WordPress 4.9 on Tuesday,...

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The Month in WordPress: October 2017

While this month we focused on building new features for WordPress core, we advanced other areas of the project too. Read on to learn more about what the WordPress project accomplished during the month of October. Take the 2017 Annual WordPress User Survey The annual...

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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

Update Your Avatar on WordPress.com

We’ve given one of our favorite features a boost! You can now manage your profile photo, or avatar, right on WordPress.com. This avatar, powered by a service called Gravatar, is the image that represents you online — a thumbnail that appears next to your name when you...

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A New Media Picker for the iOS WordPress App

Sometimes it’s the extra touches that make all the difference; on your website, that’s the photos and video that give your content life. You asked for streamlined access to your media library and the camera and photos on your device, to make uploading and inserting...

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New Theme: Radcliffe 2

Today we’re happy to introduce Radcliffe 2, a refreshed version of a tried-and-true WordPress theme. We’ve optimized it for speed, and added new features specifically with small-business websites in mind. Radcliffe 2 was a collaborative effort by several members of...

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Latest Items from WPLift.com

Weekly WordPress News: WordPress 4.9 Is Here!

In the biggest news this week, WordPress 4.9 is out and available to the public! Click here to see all the new stuff. Post Status also has an interview with Matt Mullenweg and there are some big WordPress changes over at Envato Elements. And we just published a post...

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WordPress Black Friday And Cyber Monday 2017 Deals And Coupons

Get out your credit card(s) because it’s that time of the year again. That beautiful, once-a-year time when generous WordPress developers bless us with an abundance of coupons and discounts for our favorite themes and plugins. I’m talking about WordPress Black Friday...

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How To Start A Travel Blog: Beginner’s Guide

So you want to start a travel blog? Congrats! That’s awesome. I’ve been known to dabble in travel blogging and it’s a nice change from writing more technical articles like this one. But if you want to create your own travel blog, you’re going to need your own...

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Latest WordPress Items from Webdesigner Depot

Comics of the Week #415

Every week we feature a set of comics created exclusively for WDD. The content revolves around web design, blogging and funny situations that we encounter in our daily lives as designers. These great cartoons are created by Jerry King, an award-winning cartoonist...

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Is Firefox Quantum Really Any Good?

This week, Mozilla launched Firefox 57—aka Quantum—the biggest update to the browser in its 13 year history. 75% of Firefox’s code has been rewritten for Quantum, 5,000,000 lines of code in total. 700 developers, including 80 volunteers, have contributed to the...

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How to Design Better CTAs

When you do it right, a call-to-action button will get visual attention. When paired with an offer that is compelling, it actually gets people very eager to act. The way the CTA button is created, as well as the text used, actually has a very big impact on...

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