It’s time for #WordPressWednesday, the time of the week when I showcase articles from around the WordPress community. Some people call it WordPress Wednesday, but I like to put hashtags on my weekly events.
I try to cover as much as I can without overwhelming you as, obviously, if I shared 40 links, you wouldn’t be able to get through everything. Usually I share between 10 to 15. It gives you the choice of clicking and reading the articles that you think are most important to you.
I’ve allowed the articles to open in a new window and have put them into mini sections for your convenience.enjoy!
#WordPressWednesday 2014 Volume 6
Devesh Sharma has conveniently put together a list on the 6 Best Free Calendar Plugins for WordPress.
Kristen Wright over at iThemes announces that BackupBuddy 5.0 is Coming with 80+ Features & Enhancements.
Jay Hoffman alerts us to a Small Security Vulnerability in Disqus WordPress Plugin.
Brian Gardner introduces another Genesis child theme over at StudioPress in his article – Introducing an Appetizing Food Blogging Theme Created for the Genesis Framework.
WPBeginner shows us How to Add Custom Styles to WordPress Widgets.
Sarah Gooding tells us how we can Create and Manage SVG Spritemaps in the WordPress Media Library.
Josh Pollock explains – Learning To Use WordPress Hooks.
Kimberly Castleberry teaches us how to Easily Insert Unformatted Programming Code Into Your WordPress Blog Post Without A Plugin.
Chris Lema asks Is there really a scarcity of WordPress developers?
Wow… another question to the community. This time from Brian Krogsgard, and he asks How has WordPress changed your life?
I hope this week’s #WordPressWednesday roundup provided a lot of information to you. As for future volumes, please don’t hesitate to share WordPress resources that you like to read. While I try to only share content that abides by the WordPress Foundation, I will definitely give any suggested resources a look.