Weekly WordPress News: WPLift Has Been Sold.


The auction for WPLift on Flippa finished this week and after a crazy last day I have found a suitable buyer for the site who I’m happy will be able to continue the site and take it on to the next level… The auction should have finished around 4pm GMT but the way Flippa works The post Weekly WordPress News: WPLift Has Been Sold. appeared first on WPLift.

WordCamp Organizers Get New Tool for Creating Personalized WordCamp Badges


Creating personalized WordCamp badges for attendees has traditionally been a time-consuming task for event organizers. Last year the community held 89 WordCamps with 21,000 attendees, and each person received a name badge customized for the event they participated in. That’s a massive number of badges to prepare for printing. In the past, WordCamp organizers used an InDesign template for making the badges, but this required a tedious process of creating a CSV file of attendees, … Check out the source»

WordCamp Tokyo 2016 Calls for Speakers, Adds New English Track


WordCamp Tokyo 2016 will be held September 17-18 at the Bellesalle Shinjuku Grand. This will be the 9th edition of the event, which sold out last year with 750 attendees. Yesterday the WordCamp’s organizers put out a call for both for English and Japanese speakers. Last year the event hosted a selection of English sessions, but the 2016 edition will add a dedicated track for English speakers with simultaneous interpretation. The WordCamp will be broken … Check out the source»

How to Transfer Your Site to SiteGround: Installing WordPress


Transferring your site to a new host can be a bit scary if you haven’t done it before. Since our friends at SiteGround are offering a crazily generous 70% off any of their shared plans to WPShout readers right now, we thought this would be a good time to teach you how to tackle that site transfer yourself! Now that you’ve successfully transferred your domain, this week, we’ll walk you through how to install WordPress on your new host. … Check out the source»

30 Essential Plugins For WordPress Beginners


WordPress is the world’s most popular website building tool by far. However, while the out-the-box version of WordPress comes equipped with lots of useful features and functionalities, the core itself will only take you so far. The real reason for WordPress’s meteoric rise in the last decade or so is the platform’s robust collection of plugins (and to a lesser extent, themes). If you’re new to WordPress, plugins add extra, more specialist functionalities to a … Check out the source»

How To Create Online Job & Services Marketplace with WordPress & WPJobster


WPJobster is a WordPress theme created to let you setup your own online jobs / services marketplace and lets users offer their services in a similar fashion to Envato Studio or Fiverr by setting an hourly rate or fixed price. It also lets customers post custom work requests similar to Upwork or Codeable. which users The post How To Create Online Job & Services Marketplace with WordPress & WPJobster appeared first on WPLift.

39 Must-Have WordPress Development Tools


WordPress isn’t just for blogging. It’s a full-fledged CMS and undoubtedly a strong platform for developers. But the world of related trends and tools can be exhaustive when you just need a solid solution real fast. Given the fact that WordPress is used by millions of people, it’s only natural many use it to make a living, too. From plugin and theme developers to those in technical support, the number of users rises every day. … Check out the source»

From Zero To Appium: A How-To Guide For Configuring Appium With Android


   If you are a web developer who cares about quality, most probably you have heard of Selenium and the advantages of using such a tool for test automation. Now, if you are a mobile developer, you might know how much harder it is to test your app due to the existence of different platforms, different OS versions and even variety of devices. Imagine how great it would be to write your tests only once … Check out the source»

Torque Toons: WordPress 10.3 “Rowlf”


When Matt Mullenweg runs out of jazz musicians. Don’t forget to check out our other editorial cartoons! Doc Pop Doctor Popular is an artist and musician living in San Francisco. As a full disclaimer, he is neither a doctor nor popular. The post Torque Toons: WordPress 10.3 “Rowlf” appeared first on Torque.