This #WordPressWednesday volume is out, right before the big WordCamp US event that will be held in Philadelphia, December 4-6, 2015. This roundup includes WordCamp news, Calypso, a Yoast SEO recap, and more.
I’m holding off on the next #WordPressWednesday podcast as I just got new equipment in, and because I’m going to WordCamp US, I haven’t gotten a chance to hook it up. It’s about time too! I’m excited because this means a higher quality of podcasts, and hopefully some group hangouts in the near future. 😉
Just in case you’re new here, and wondering about the weird hashtag business, and what is #WordPressWednesday, it’s an event held on Wednesdays that started a few years ago. It originally started off as a roundup blog post series. Now it has branched off into a sharing event at All About WordPress on Facebook, and a podcast.
#WordPressWednesday 2015 Volume 11
Joost de Valk reflects on the Yoast SEO 3.0 release, and asks users for feedback. – Yoast SEO 3.0 release: a recap
WPBeginner talks about WP Rollback, and how it makes it easy to roll back a plugin gone awry during an update. – How to Rollback WordPress Plugins (Version Control for Beginners)
Joe Fylan shows us the Event Calendar WD plugin, a free plugin that allows you to display more information about your events. – Event Calendar WD Free Plugin: The Flexible Event Management Tool for WordPress
Brian Gardner introduces the No Sidebar child theme for the StudioPress Genesis framework. It’s exactly what it says… no sidebar. – No Sidebar Pro: A Minimalist Theme with Maximum Impact
Nick Schäferhoff gives a beginner’s tutorial on setting up WordPress multi-site. – How to Set Up WordPress Multisite – A Beginner’s Tutorial
WordPress Community News
Sarah Gooding covers Matt Mullenweg’s discussion about Calypso with Robert Scoble,John Borthwick, and Steve Gillmor. – Matt Mullenweg Joins the Gillmor Gang to Discuss Calypso
WPWatercooler covers WordPress.com’s changes, and Calypso. Matt Mullenweg drops in to participate in the discussion. – EP164 – The New WordPress.com – Nov 30 2015
Chris Lema tells us what he’s believes is the best thing about WordPress… and I agree. – The Best Thing about WordPress
The WordCamp US team gives a little guide on how to take advantage of WordCamp US. – Making the Most Our of Your WordCamp US Experience
If you’re reading this article, and you’re planning on coming to WordCamp US, please come and say hello to me. Otherwise, see you next #WordPressWednesday!