I’m prepping a podcast for future #WordPressWednesday roundups, and I’m excited about it as I’ve been back to my frequent content creating ways. The podcast allows me to express myself where my typing just can’t venture.
For my regular readers, they are aware of my dyslexia, so sometimes when I’m tired, every so often my typing looks like crap before my first edit. In fact, even after 2 sweeps, I’ve often had to come back the next day to tweak a couple words.
Anyhow, the podcast will debut soon.
Below are this week’s picks from around the WordPress blogosphere. I hope you enjoy them. Please don’t forget to share and comment on each of the articles if they are interest to you.
#WordPressWednesday 2015 Volume 4
Sarah Gooding introduces a plugin that could remove the customizer – New Plugin Removes All Traces of the Customizer in WordPress.
Oliver Dale shares news on a McAfee security plugin for WordPress – Free McAfee Secure Plugin: Show Visitors Your Site is Secure & Display a Trustmark.
Joost de Valk talks about the Facebook author tags feature and gives us a resources to be able to take advantage of the feature in WordPress SEO by Yoast plugin – Facebook author tags & Yoast SEO.
Nick Roach unveils the Divi theme’s newest version – Divi 2.4 Has Arrived! Welcome To The Biggest Upgrade In Divi’s History.
The Themify team shows us the Flow: Drag & Drop Theme Builder.
WPBeginner shows us How to Properly Use the More Tag in WordPress.
Bob Dunn teaches us how to Create Add-Ons For Your WooCommerce Products Easily.
Ahsan Parwez gives us a Beginner’s Guide To WordPress Loop.
WordPress Community News
Now I usually don’t include links from the same resource, but Jeff Chandler wrote an article on WordPress Foundation suing someone for trademark infringement – The WordPress Foundation Sues Jeff Yablon for Trademark Infringement. You’re welcome to go on over and weigh in on your thoughts.
Brandon Yanofsky asks for those still shopping around for what to use for their website – Squarespace or WordPress: Which is Right for You?
Carrie Dils talks about something that can be frustrating when switching from one developer to another – A Proven Method for Frustrating Devs: Theme Lock-in.
From the recent news on the WordPress trademark infringement, Chris Lema writes This is why you don’t put “wordpress” in a domain name.
Scott Bolinger discusses The WordPress Theme Business, Then and Now.
Thank you for visiting and looking through this week’s #WordPressWednesday roundup. If you have more WordPress resources that I should actively look at, then please don’t hesitate to leave a suggestion in a comment below.
What did you like in this week’s #WordPressWednesday roundup? Any opinions you want to share on some of the articles mentioned in this post?