Another week in the WordPress world, means yet again, another #WordPressWednesday. This series is dedicating to rounding up the most recent articles in the WordPress world. I read a lot of blog articles each week, and I know for some newbies, it’s hard to find a good solid source for unique news.
That is how this series took flight. Please feel free to leave suggestions below on more WordPress resources that you’d like me to consider in future #WordPressWednesday roundups.
Note: Somehow this edition did not publish when it was scheduled, but better later than never, especially on getting back to regularly posting this series. I’ve back dated the post to Wednesday.
#WordPressWednesday 2015 Volume 2
Matt Cromwell talks about his take on the Click to Tweet plugin in – Click to Tweet” is the New Animated Gif.
Matt Cromwell writes at WordImpress on the WP Rollback plugin – How to Roll Back Any WordPress Plugin or Theme with Ease.
Michele Butcher reviews the plugin called Give, which is great for non-profits and gaining donations – Plugin Review: Give.
Nathan Rice talks about the StudioPress Genesis framework getting ready for version 2.2 – Genesis 2.2 Beta.
Rachel McCollin shows us how to Style Posts by Category on Your Main Blog Page.
Nico Amarilla demonstrates on How To Use Autoloading And A Plugin Container In WordPress Plugins.
WordPress Community News
WP Beginner posts 21 Best Social Media Monitoring Tools For WordPress Users. You may want to check this post out so you can see if you’re missing out on any goodies. 🙂
Jeff Chandler tells us about a new commercial plugin directory – Steven Gliebe Launches WordPress Commercial Plugin Directory
Tom Ewer gives us plugin developers some tips – WordPress Plugin Developers: How to Improve Your WordPress.org Ratings.
Chris Lema discuss his views on the proposed changes to bring the Menu section to the Customizer in WordPress – This is why we can’t have nice things!
In future weeks, I’ll be increasing the roundup from 10 links to 15 links as I’d like to cover a little more variety. I encourage you to check these out, share, and even provide your own feedback by commenting. 🙂