I’m not going to inundate this roundup with a bunch of posts about people and their opinions about the snarkiness and negativity going around. We know about it. This series is dedicated to pulling in posts from around the community, but I gotta set a limit if there are a lot of posts about drama. (lol)
We need to look beyond it, as there are a lot of great people and things happening RIGHT NOW. So, I’m not going to get on my soapbox. My soapbox would require me to write a novel, and frankly, I’d rather not wallow in the poison.
Without anymore delay, here’s this week’s #WordPressWednesday roundup from the best of the WordPress Community. 🙂
#WordPressWednesday 2015 Volume 6
Bob Dunn tells us about WooCommerce Subscription payments. – WooCommerce Subscriptions Gives You Recurring Payments
Adam Warner posts at FooPlugins that there’s an update. – Important FooBox Update
Chris Reynolds talks about the WDS Simple Page Builder plugin. – Use Simple Page Builder to Add Unique Layouts to Your Content
Joost de Valk announces that there will be real time page analysis available for the WordPress SEO plugin. – Real-time content analysis for better SEO
Themify announces some new stuff for the Ultra theme. – Ultra Version 1.0.4 – New Header Layouts, Landing Pages, and Bug Fixes!
WP Beginner shows us How to Add Facebook Author Tag in WordPress.
Tom Ewer guides on How to Build a Travel Company Website With WordPress.
WordPress Community News
Siobhan McKeown makes a really good point about the WordPress Community. Maybe we should be a little more positive? – An Honest Post About the WordPress Community
Waseem Abbas has been nice enough to put together a roundup from WordCamp Europe 2015. – WordCamp Europe 2015 – Roundup
Sarah Gooding shares some interesting results from Builtwith concerning WordPress. – BuiltWith Reports a 7% Increase in WordPress’ Usage from January – July 2015
Andrew Ozz talks about some editor changes in the WordPress Core for 4.3. – Editor changes in WordPress 4.3
Josh Pollock asks why there’s so much drama going down in the WordPress community. – Why All The #wpdrama??
Mel Choyce announces something we’ve been waiting to happen -> Comments are now turned off on pages by default. Read that again… yes, you did read that right. 😉
What did you like from this roundup?