Lucky number 13 for #WordPressWednesday! Well, it’s lucky for me as it’s my favorite number. This week I’m just putting up 10 in this week’s #WordPressWednesday roundup because I wanted to touch up on WordCamps and WordPress Meetups. Eventually, I’ll post something more in-depth on both.
For those of you located within 2 hours of a larger city, you may not be aware, but you may have a WordPress meetup in your area. This is beneficial for you as the meetup is a once a month event that you can mingle and ask other WordPress users questions. WordCamps are usually a once a year kind of deal for each city, and are packed with speakers that will let you become more knowledgeable on how to use, design, and develop with WordPress. You can check to see if there is a nearby WordCamp and even a WordPress Meetup in your area.
I know it’s brief, but there’s a lot of people missing out on opportunities to learn more about WordPress, even people who are curious about it because they’ve heard about it, but don’t know if it is for them.
So, now that I’ve gotten that out of the way, here’s this week’s roundup for #WordPressWednesday. 🙂
#WordPressWednesday 2014 Volume 13
Ashley Hurney lets us know that you can View WP Forms Remotely with Gravity Forms Integration in iThemes Sync.
Sarah Gooding talks about bbPress Slack Integration: Send New Topics and Replies to a Slack Channel
Shaun Quarton showcases some design related plugins in his article – Improve Your Blog’s Design with these Style-enhancing WordPress Plugins.
WPBeginner shows us How to Override Comment Deadline in WordPress.
Joyce Grace explains How To Create A Private WordPress Blog And Good Reasons For Doing It.
Ahsan Parwez tells us How To Change Database Table Prefix In WordPress.
Bob Dunn leads us on how to Add Custom Links On Default WordPress Gallery Images.
WordPress Community News
Chris Lema asks – How do I know if the New Rainmaker is right for me?
Chris Reynolds writes on WordPress search in his article – Hacking WordPress Search for Fun and Profit! (I’ll have to ask him to revisit the “WordPress search sucks” solution from another angle besides code.)
Scott Rollo gives suggestions on Selecting an effective business WordPress theme.
See you next Wednesday for the next #WordPressWednesday roundup!