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If you’ve attended a WordCamp, you might be familiar with the term Happiness Bar. It’s an area within a WordCamp venue devoted to providing technical support for WordPress. Morten Rand-Hendriksen thinks it’s time to change the name to something more obvious. The most important task of giving a service a (more…)

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A few days ago, we highlighted how WordPress 4.2 radically improves the installation and update process for plugins. Several readers commented on the article expressing that automatically activating plugins after installation is a bad idea. A decision was made during the March 25th, WordPress core developer chat to remove enhanced (more…)

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ThemeReview.co, the theme review service started by Emil Uzelac and Justin Tadlock earlier this year, announced StudioPress and Envato both recommend using its service. Those who create themes for Genesis or ThemeForest can now have them reviewed by both before selling them in the marketplace. Themes developed for ThemeForest that (more…)

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WordPress trainer and coach, Bob Dunn, wants to know how you learn WordPress. Once the survey concludes, Dunn will publish the results in an infographic. With so many options available to learn WordPress, I’m interested to see which method comes out on top. I learned WordPress by trial and error (more…)

Shortcake Is Now a WordPress Feature Plugin

Shortcake, a plugin that adds a UI to make shortcodes more user friendly, is now an official WordPress feature plugin. The project is led by Daniel Bachhuber, currently the interim director of engineering at Fusion, the company where Shortcake originated. Contributors include Matthew Haines-Young and the folks at Human Made. (more…)