A Very Stylish Retina Responsive WooCommerce Theme: The Retailer Review

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The Retailer is billed as eCommerce theme for WordPress from Get Bowtied, the team who also produced the stylish Mr. Tailor WooCommerce theme which we reviewed recently. However, despite its close integration with the WooCommerce online store builder plugin for WordPress, The Retailer can be considered a true multipurpose theme, thanks to its flexibility and [...] The post A Very Stylish Retina Responsive WooCommerce Theme: The Retailer Review appeared first on WPLift.

Interview with Pippin Williamson from PippinsPlugins

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Last week, we ran a successful giveaway and fundraiser to celebrate WPBeginner’s 5th birthday and help build 2 schools in Guatemala through Pencils of Promise charity. This would not be possible without our Platinum sponsors who donated $5000 towards the campaign. I want to highlight each of them by interviewing them about their business. In this interview, we have Pippin Williamson, founder of PippinsPlugins and Easy Digital Downloads. Pippin and I first met at the … Check out the source»

A Facebook Group Dedicated To Advanced WordPress Topics

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Cloudways has a great article profiling the Advanced WordPress Facebook group. Written by Matt Cromwell, who is one of the group administrators, it explains how the group was formed and what its purpose is. Being a web developer or a designer (or both) can be stand-alone job for some individuals. Even if you work in an office environment, you’re probably the only one in your department that does what you do. That’s why so many … Check out the source»

Automattic’s Planned Gravatar App Morphs Into a Selfies App for Android

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Earlier this year, Automattic’s Toni Schneider asked Gravatar users what platform should be first to receive the Gravatar mobile app. No details on the purpose of the Gravatar app were revealed at the time but it turns out that the team has been busy developing a photo app. While working on the Gravatar app, they realized that people don’t want to change their gravatars every day, so they decided to put their efforts toward an … Check out the source»

Thanks to our Silver Sponsors for Helping us Build Two Schools

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As highlighted in our post earlier today, we successfully raised funds to build 2 schools in Guatemala. This would not have been possible without the support of these amazing companies ran by some of the most outstanding people in the WordPress community that I am honored to call my friends. All companies listed here donated $500 towards the campaign and donated prizes to our giveaway. Please check them out and the products they have to … Check out the source»

Tech Panel: Gearing up for the Future of the Car

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A future where we no longer have to drive ourselves around is coming. We’ll all be able to sit back and read, catch up on emails, or perhaps watch a movie while our car takes care of the driving for us. At least that’s the impression that the audience got on Monday evening, at a Tech Panel hosted by San Francisco’s The Bold Italic called Gearing Up: The Future of the Car. The Panel The … Check out the source»

Interview with Reneta Tsankova from SiteGround

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Last week, we ran a successful giveaway and fundraiser to celebrate WPBeginner’s 5th birthday and help build 2 schools in Guatemala through Pencils of Promise charity. This would not be possible without our Platinum sponsors who donated $5000 towards the campaign. I want to highlight each of them by interviewing them about their business. In this interview, we have Reneta Tsankova, COO of SiteGround web hosting. Reneta and I first met a year or so … Check out the source»

Hashcash.io Reveals Strategy for Capitalizing on Spammers

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Hashcash.io recently released a WordPress plugin with a unique method of deterring spammers that forces the user’s browser to solve math before unlocking login, registration and comment forms. The project site hints at a coming soon cash feature wherein users can “Make Bots Work For You.” This week Hashcash.io creator Pavel Karoukin elaborated on plans to help users make some cash while stopping spammers. The cash feature will combine Dogecoin (an open source cryptocurrency), hashcash.org … Check out the source»

PayPal or Stripe: Which Payment Processor Should You Use

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Whether you run a blog, membership site, or eCommerce site, if you want to collect online payments from your customers, you’ll need a payment processor. There are plenty of options out there, but which one should you choose? Well, most people would start by considering the two big-hitters of the industry: PayPal and Stripe. Having been around for years, and with worldwide availability, I’m sure you’re familiar with PayPal. PayPal uses an off-site checkout method, … Check out the source»

The WhiP Newsletter #48

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Hello dear reader, The problem with WordPress. Jay Hoffmann explores the problem of WordPress content modelling in a thought-provoking post at Torque. His post follows on from our own about the underwhelming nature of WordPress 4.0 and the need for aroadmap of potentially more ambitious features. Ten $2000 projects or one $20,000 project? Writer Brian Krogsgard argues the case for developing many small website projects as opposed to going after the big ones in an interesting article on making profit. The art of … Check out the source»