This week’s #WordPressWednesday roundup includes articles about Optinmonster’s new features, a new editorial calendar plugin, a guide on WP_Query, WordPress 4.6 Release candidate, and more.
I’ve made this week’s roundup a bit short by a few links because WordCamp Oklahoma City is coming up, and I’ll be presenting there. I also am crunched for time because next week, I’ll be traveling to Los Angeles for BlogHer16 (event is August 4-6, 2016.)
While, it’s not necessary, I’d like to give an extra shoutout to the companies that sponsored my BlogHer trip that also often give back to the WordPress Community.
You can also see them on the sidebar of Blondish.net’s blog and some pages until September 1, 2016. Thank you for helping me to teach others WordPress at BlogHer16.
#WordPressWednesday 2016 Volume 7
Syed Balkhi announces that Optinmonster rolled out 2 new features for it’s plugin. – Introducing Timezone and Device Targeting for OptinMonster
Kristen Wright talks about How to Set Up New WordPress Sites Quickly & Securely with iThemes Sync.
Nelio Software releases a content calendar into the WordPress.org plugin repository. – Nelio Content
Themify team introduces a new add-on for infinite posts for their theme builder. – New Infinite Posts Builder Addon
WPBeginner team shows us a few plugin methods on How to Stop Spam Registrations on your WordPress Membership Site.
Josh Pollock has written A Guide to WP_Query.
Sarah Gooding talks about WordPress for Android 5.6 features. – WordPress for Android 5.6 Adds Screen to Invite New Users, Expands Reader to Include Related Posts
Dominik Schilling announces that WordPress 4.6 Release Candidate is available. Version 4.6 is close, so now is the time to test!
Bob Dunn talks with Brian Krogsgard about how he built PostStat.us with WooCommerce. – Building a WordPress News and Community Site with WooCommerce
Kimberly Castleberry does an overview of GPL and why it’s important in the WordPress community. – What is GPL and Why Does It Matter To WordPress?
Bridget Willard talks about how WordPress and it’s community, and that in order to scale, mentorship is needed. – Can WordPress Scale its Community Without Mentorship?
Brad Williams talks about the “five percent giveback to the WordPress community” and how WebDevStudios is stepping their giveback time. –
A Change in Five for the Future at WebDevStudios