This week’s #WordPressWednesday roundup includes articles about Twenty Seventeen theme planning, plugins for non-profits, a WordPress security analogy, and more.
#WordPressWednesday is dedicated to introducing articles from around the WordPress blogosphere so you, the reader can keep on top of what’s going on. Of course, this is just a small slice of what’s out there. If you don’t have a lot of time, hopefully this curated content will keep you informed.
#WordPressWednesday 2016 Volume 9
Brenda Barron rounds up some plugins for non-profits. – 22 Essential WordPress Plugins for Non-Profits in 2016 and Beyond
Adam Warner announces that FooBox is now on version 1.1.9, which contains some browser compatibility fix, and some script fixes. – FooBox Update – v1.1.9
Lauren Mancke introduces Gallery Pro, a new child theme for Genesis that is robust and has more possibilities for it’s use right out of the box. – Gallery Pro: A Gorgeous, Lifestyle Theme for WordPress
Emily Schiola pulled together a list of some themes best suited for businesses. – Best WordPress Themes For Business
The WPBeginner team shows us How to Properly Update Live Published Posts in WordPress.
Saylor Bullington discusses some of the resources that can help you learn WordPress. – How to Learn WordPress.
Jeff Chandler talks about the Custom CSS feature proposal that might be added to WordPress 4.7. –
The Days of Creating Child Themes for Simple CSS Changes May Soon Be Over
David Kennedy posts the notes for the Twenty Seventeen Features and it sounds like it might be taking on some page builder features. – Twenty Seventeen Features Meeting Notes: Oct. 4 2016
Rens Weerman shares a bit behind the scenes of how the Yoast SEO onboarding wizard came together. – Developing the Yoast SEO onboarding wizard
WordPress Community News
Jarrett Gucci shares his analogy on WordPress Security. – Understanding WordPress Security the EASY Way
Lisa Melegari announces that WordCamp Orlando has been rescheduled to November 12-13, 2016. It was originally cancelled due to Hurricane Matthew. – WordCamp Orlando 2016 is Rescheduled!
Matt Cromwell discusses scaling support, and breaks it down using his own company’s numbers. – My Formula for Scaling Our Support
Lorraine Akemann helps us understand the user roles in WordPress, which is great, especially if you’re giving access to several people. Knowing your WordPress roles, means you have a better grasp on who has access to what. – Navigating WordPress user roles to maximize site security