#WordPressWednesday 2013 Volume 10

wordpresswednesday-event-thumbnailAnother busy week in the WordPress world. We’re seeing WordPress 3.7 on Beta version 2. Also, some of the premium WordPress theme companies have been busy with releasing more themes.

For anyone just tuning into my site, #WordPressWedneday is held every Wednesday and its a recap of some of what is going on in the WordPress community. I try my best to cover a healthy portion of newsworthy material.

I’ve had some submissions for WordPress resources to look into including in my weekly roundup, but I’ve been kind of angry as those places merely copied tutorials from other places without a real understanding that they aren’t giving unique and quality content, nor are they demonstrating an honest knowledge of WordPress.

I certainly accept suggestions, but I’m pretty picky. Even the curated sites I use, I go straight to the original source.

#WordPressWednesday 2013 Volume 10

WordPress Themes

Kristen Wright at iThemes announces the release of a new builder theme called Paige.

Brian Gardner at StudioPress introduces Beautiful Theme Pro as a new Genesis child theme.

WordPress Plugins

WPBeginner shares How to Add a Hotel Room Booking System in WordPress

If you have more than one person on your site, Kim Castleberry says that you can install Peter’s Post Notes plugin to leave notes to other editors.

Brian Krogsgard recommends the Simple Google Maps for WordPress plugin for anyone wanting to add a plugin integrating Google Maps into their website.

WordPress Development

Giuseppe-Mazzapica shares some rewrite rules for WordPress called Clever Rules that may make things easier.

Pippin Williamson advises developers on how to provide better and more streamlined support.

Justin Tadlock discusses post relationships, particularly parent to child post relationships n WordPress.

WP Beginner instructsus on how to create a custom RSS feed in WordPress.

WordPress Community News

Andrew Nacin announces that WordPress 3.7 is on Beta 2.

Andrew Nacin also lists a possible roadmap for WordPress multi-site development.

BuddyPress 1.9 will include dynamic menu links.

ManageWP.org has officially opened. It is a WordPress content curated site.

By the way, if you write WordPress related articles, you can go join the Facebook group called All About WordPress and share your post on Wednesdays for our #WordPressWednesday event.

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