This week’s #WordPressWednesday covers video tutorials for Yoast SEO, some cool themes, writing better code, and a post on the history of WordPress.
#WordPressWednesday is dedicated solely to articles from around the WordPress community. I try to select a little bit of everything, but not too much. The goal of #WordPressWednesday is to share information on what’s going on, and save you time from having to hunt down news, especially if you’re a busy person.
I’m always looking for more WordPress news resources and websites. Please don’t submit individual articles to me. I only accept full websites. Eventually I’ll put together a list of WordPress websites that I look to so you have an idea of what I already look at, and you won’t accidentally suggest a duplicate.
#WordPressWednesday 2016 Volume 3
Marieke van de Rakt introduces a new set of video tutorials for Yoast SEO… and they’re free! – Yoast SEO plugin tutorials
WPwatercoolers discusses call about cache plugins. – EP181 – Recommended WordPress Caching Plugins
Lyn Wildwood tells us about a plugin that can bring in your Instagram feed. – Instagram Journal – A WordPress Plugin for Displaying Custom Instagram Feeds on your Site
Sarah Gooding showcases the Latte theme, specifically designed as a one-page theme for profiles. – Latte: A Free One-Page WordPress Theme to Showcase Your Profile
Nick Roach introduces Divi 2.7. – Divi 2.7 Has Arrived, Including The Divi Leads Split Testing System, Improved Portability & More!
The Editorial staff at WPBeginner shows us How to Add Facebook Like Reactions to Your WordPress Posts
Randy Brown teaches a little bit about How to Use RSS in WordPress.
Fred Meyer talks more about writing cleaner code. – Unconditionally: Refactoring Nested If-Statements for Cleaner Code
WordPress Community News
Tracy Jones gives WordPress newbies a few tips. – Self-Help Tips for Designers Starting-out on WordPress
John Hughes rounds up some great video tutorials for WordPress beginners. – 11 Top WordPress Beginner Videos From 6 Awesome Sites
Freddy Muriuki put together a post about the history of WordPress. – History of WordPress: A What You Must Know Guide
What was your favorite from this week’s #WordPressWednesday?