First Vietnamese WordCamp to be Held in Hanoi in September

Vietnam is getting its first WordCamp on September 6th, 2014. WordCamp Hanoi was born out of the Hanoi WordPress Group, an active local meetup with nearly 300 members. The group connects WordPress enthusiasts in the area for relaxed chats and presentations. As of last month, WordPress is now 100% translated (more…)

WordPress Developers Organize Community Initiative to Standardize Custom Post Types, Taxonomies, and Metadata

A WordPress community initiative is underway to standardize content types used by plugin developers. Justin Tadlock is spearheading an initiative to create WordPress community-curated standards for common post types, taxonomies, and metadata. WordPress developers are invited to join the discussion taking place in the Content Type Standards repo on Github (more…)

A Beautiful Way to Display Color Palettes in WordPress

Color palettes are fun way to explore colors for a concept, redesign, decoration ideas or home improvement projects. If you get excited when walking into a paint store, then you understand the small thrill of viewing colors together in coordinated palettes. Many design-oriented sites, such as ColourLovers.com or Design Seeds, (more…)

GravityView Launches an App Based on Gravity Forms

WordPress developers Zack Katz and Luis Godinho launched GravityView this week, a new suite of products that makes it easy to display Gravity Forms entries on your site. The idea was born when Katz decided to rewrite his popular Gravity Forms Directory plugin, which has received more than 87,000 downloads (more…)

Hashcash.io Adds Support for Combating BuddyPress Spam

It’s no secret that BuddyPress sites attract a serious amount of registration spam. Plugins such as BuddyPress reCAPTCHA, BuddyPress Security Check, SI CAPTCHA Anti-Spam, and BuddyPress Honeypot are either ineffective, inconvenient, or not well maintained. The often-recommended, though unfortunately named, WangGuard plugin is moderately successful at stopping BuddyPress spam, but (more…)