In this episode of WordPress Weekly, Marcus Couch and I discuss the news of the week and interview the founder of HappyJoe.org, James Dalman. Happy Joe is a 501 c3 non-profit organization that helps U.S. veterans with entrepreneurship and employment opportunities.
Dalman shares what inspired him to create the organization and the role WordPress plays in helping veterans secure jobs in the web technology industry.
WordCamp Maui, HI Set For February 13-14th, 2015
DawnPatrol Gives Fringe WordPress Communities a Voice
JP Bot: The Silent Bot Behind the Jetpack Module Extraction Plugins
InfiniteWP Client Plugin Releases Security Update
Plugins Picked By Marcus:
Before deleting the posts backs up posts into an XML file before they’re emptied from the trash. The XML file is stored in the same format same as the Export from WordPress. If you want to restore the post, you can use the WordPress importer.
Gravity Forms Google Analytics Event Tracking provides an easy way to add Google Analytics event tracking to Gravity Forms, allowing you to properly track form submissions as events and conversions within Google Analytics.
WP Voice Recorder allows you to record audio and play it on the frontend of WordPress within a post. It saves the recorded audio file to a Dropbox account instead of saving it to the server.
Next Episode: Wednesday, December 10th 9:30 P.M. Eastern
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