It’s interesting, some #WordPressWednesday are more on development, others on regular news, and then sometimes there are a lot of interesting theme’s released.
I’ve decided to start including in my recap on newly released plugins in the WordPress plugin repository as I’ve been wanting to add this for some time. This allows you to check them out and see how they are. There are a lot plugins out there, but as users, we won’t know how well a plugin will work unless someone tries it.
I’ve noticed there’s been quite a few posts put out in Make.WordPress.org this past week that for those who are developers, or those interested in the progress behind the next WordPress release can keep updated.
#WordPressWednesday 2013 Volume 11
Here are the 10 newest plugins released into the WordPress Plugin Directory this past week:
- WP Bigcommerce – Says is the quickest and easiest way to list products from your Bigcommerce store on your WordPress blog.
- Foodlist– llows you to build a menu for your restaurant, bar, or cafe.
- WP Shortly – URL shortner for WordPress
- Polish lyric generator
- Contact Form To DB – You can manage messages in your WordPress backend.
- Redux Framework– extends theme options for WordPress
- Wp Sup Contact Form
- Ajax Content Filter – adds ability to filter content using Ajax.
- WooProduct Shortcode
- SEO BreadCrumb
Brian Gardner announces the release of FocusPro, another responsive child theme for the StudioPress Genesis framework.
Mel Choyce tells us about some of the changes for MP6, which is geared toward the WordPress backend. – MP6 — 3.8 Proposal
Andrew Nacin announces the release of WordPress 3.7 RC2.
WordPress Community News
Jeff Chandler shares news on WPShout coming under new ownership.
Brian Krogsgard announces that WordSesh2 is around the corner. This is a online event filled with presentations.
Jeff Chandler brings up the topic on Why Are We Paying For GPL Licensed Code?
Sue Laren covers some areas on Designing Responsively.
I hope you enjoyed this past week’s #WordPressWednesday news roundup.