I’ve been busy and sadly slacking on putting together the links to news around the WordPress world for #WordPressWednesday. This past week there have been quite a few cool things announced from FooPlugins, iThemes, StudioPress, and WP Engine.
I hope you enjoy this week’s #WordPressWednesday. 🙂
#WordPressWednesday 2013 Volume 9
Brian Gardner of StudioPress talks about what the Agency Pro child theme for the Genesis framework can do for businesses.
On WPBeginner, we learn about how to monitor user activity in WordPress with the plugin called Simple History
Brian Krogsgard writes on a new plugin that allows bbPress users to be able to report comments as spam. These reported comments would be flagged in order for the moderators to decide to keep it or junk the comment.
Adam Warner from FooPlugins announced that they have recently released Foobox version 2. Foobox is a nifty and responsive plugin that lets you display and social share pictures and videos on your site.
Kristen Wright announces that iThemes has a membership add-on for iThemes Exchange.
Brian Krogsgard informs us on how you can get a similar development environment as the WordPress VIP hosting with the VIP Quickstar tool.
Jared Novack shares some tips from his experience on billing clients needing WordPress design and development work.
Jay Hoffmann talks about Two-Factor Authentication in WordPress. For any not aware of what this means, it is about asking the use to give 2 identification methods before they can successfully log into their site.
Pippin Williamson explains how WordPress plugin developers should build good plugin template files.
Sarah Gooding writes at WordPresss Tavern on how the Make.WordPress.org home page has been updated.
Michelle Oznowicz recapped WordCamp Europe 2013.
Heather Brunner announced that WP Engine has recently rebranded and structured their company.
I hope you enjoyed this roundup. If you know any great WordPress resources that have unique and valuable news, let me know. I may not use every site I know of, but I try to cover the ones that are well worth reading up on.