After Two Years, How We Built Our Next WooCommerce Addon

WP Lift: This is a guest post written by Katie Keith, co-founder of Barn2 Media. Getting a WordPress product from idea to launch is a notoriously difficult process and something we’ve now done successfully five times at Barn2, the WordPress plugin shop I co-founded with my husband, Andy.As I wrote previously on WP Tavern, we established Barn2…

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4 Easy Ways to Re-Order Blog Posts in WordPress (Step by Step)

WP Beginner: Do you want to change the order of your blog posts in WordPress? By default, WordPress displays your blog posts in reverse chronological order (newer posts first), but sometimes you may need to move specific posts up or down. While it may feel like there is no way to do this in WordPress, you’ll be…

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How to Remove the “Proudly Powered By WordPress” Link

WPMU DEV Blog: Last updated April 17, 2019 So, your website has finally come together. You’ve stormed up an eye-catching header, your content is on point, and you are ready to unleash your site to the world. Then you notice the “Proudly Powered By WordPress” link on your footer. Is your masterpiece forever condemned to being a WordPress…

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New GPL-licensed Quirk App Open Sources Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

WordPress Tavern: Quirk is a new GPL-licensed Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) app for iOS and Android built in React Native/Expo. The app helps users challenge their “automatic thoughts,” a term that refers to thoughts that come to a person spontaneously in response to a trigger, which can often be negative. Quirk lets users record a quick thought…

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Weekly WordPress News: Malicious Code Found in pipdig Themes

WP Lift: Last week, we briefly mentioned the malicious code found in pipdig theme’s Pipdig Power Pack helper plugin. This week, we have more news on that subject, and we also collected some of the best pipdig theme alternatives if you find yourself suddenly needing to switch themes.Beyond that, Wordfence detailed a zero-day vulnerability in the Yellow…

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5 Best WordPress Ecommerce Plugins Compared – 2019

WP Beginner: Are you looking to build an online store? Want to know which is the best WordPress eCommerce plugin? Choosing the right eCommerce plugin is crucial for your business because a better platform means more opportunity for growth. Often users end up losing money because they didn’t do proper research when choosing the eCommerce platform to…

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WPGraphQL Project Gains Momentum with Growing Library of Extensions for Popular WordPress Projects

WordPress Tavern: The WPGraphQL project, a plugin that provides an extendable GraphQL schema and API for WordPress sites, has been gaining momentum over the past several months. Creator and maintainer Jason Bahl put the project up on Open Collective last week after people frequently asked how the community can support the project. WPGraphQL already has five backers,…

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Default WordPress Image Sizes and How to add Custom Sizes

WPMU DEV Blog: When you upload an image, WordPress does a lot of work behind-the-scenes so you can serve the image to your visitors. You can piggyback on this process and add custom image sizes to save yourself from having to resize images manually. In this post, I’ll explain how and why WordPress creates different image sizes. Then…

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The 9 Best Chrome Extensions for WordPress Users in 2019

WP Lift: Looking for the best Chrome extensions for WordPress users to enhance your WordPress experience and/or boost your productivity? You can find Chrome extensions for everything from detecting which theme a site is using to creating new WordPress sandbox installs, toggling the WordPress admin toolbar, and a whole lot more.Let’s get right into the best WordPress…

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Looking for a Support Specialist

WP Mayor: We are looking for a support specialist for our WP RSS Aggregator plugin project, and other plugins we have in the pipeline. While we mostly want to make sure we like you and you’ll fit into our team, we do have some requirements: Experience in supporting WordPress users. You don’t need to be a developer,…

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