WPWeekly Episode 268 – Behind the Scenes of WordPress Development Course, Up and Running Second Edition

On this episode, Marcus Couch and I are joined by Alex Denning, Fred Meyer, and David Hayes of WPShout to discuss their WordPress Development course, Up and Running Second Edition. We learn why the trio created the course and who it’s geared towards.

Later in the show, we have a great conversation surrounding the REST API and its potential impacts on WordPress. Near the end of the interview, we get their thoughts on the state of WordPress education.

Stories Discussed:

GoDaddy Acquires Sucuri

Plugins Picked By Marcus:

WP Multisite User Sync lets you Sync/unsync users from one site (blog) to other sites (blogs) in a WordPress Multisite network.

WooCommerce Live Checkout Field Capture plugin saves all activity in the WooCommerce checkout form before it is submitted. This enables you to see who has abandoned their shopping carts with the ability to contact them and remind about the abandoned cart.

After Comment Redirector lets you redirect to a custom page after commenting for all or new commentators. This is a handy way to say thank you to your most engaging readers. You can also give out a coupon, special e-book, or secret content when someone leaves a comment.

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