Another week, another Wednesday has arrived. This week’s #WordPressWednesday I selected a few good recaps from the 2014 WordCamp San Francisco event. I didn’t want to plaster a whole bunch of event recaps this week as the WordPress world still does continue with content being created.
I’ve recently been looking on Twitter in the #WordPress hashtag and noticed a lot of people not taking advantage of putting that hashtag in their share. In fact, I’m seeing more spam occur. This is unfortunate because I like to try to use that search as part of trying to find resources for this roundup.
So… here’s a challenge: If you write a WordPress related article, please tweet it out and use the #WordPress hashtag. Let’s drown out the spam together.
So, yeah…. I know I got a bit off the trail, but it was somewhat related to the #WordPressWednesday event. I hope you enjoy my picks for this week’s #WordPressWednesday roundup.
#WordPressWednesday 2014 Volume 11
Bob Dunn tell us about an add-on for WooCommerce in this article- Adding Some WooCommerce Goodness to the Admin Bar.
Nathan B. Weller writes An Overview Of WordPress Wiki & Knowledge Base Plugins.
Devesh Sharma reviews the Monarch social sharing plugin in his article – Monarch Social Plugin Review: Spice Up Your Social Sharing.
James Roberts announces the release of Stupendous, a new Genesis portfolio theme.
WPBeginner shows us How to Add Emoji Support to Your WordPress Blog.
WordPress Community News
Carrie Dils demos the Rainmaker platform in her article – A “Behind the Login” Look at New Rainmaker.
Suzette Franck gives us something to think about in her article – Security and Privacy Considerations for Website Owners and Developers.
Ashley Hurney gives us a Checklist: 11 Things To Do with Every New WordPress Install.
Marie Dodson shares Highlights from WordCamp San Francisco 2014.
See you for the next #WordPressWednesday. Please remember that I am accepting WordPress resource suggestions to be considered for inclusion in my weekly #WordPressWednesday roundup.