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11 November 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Automattic releases Jetpack 2.0: Publicize, post by email, infinite scroll and “photon”

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This morning Automattic released version 2.0 of their Jetpack plugin. This, the tenth release of the plugin, includes four new features: publicize, post by email, infinite scroll, and photon. The first few features will sound somewhat…

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05 November 2012 ~ 0 Comments

You Can Now Review Themes & Plugins on WordPress.org

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The WordPress Community Summit is currently going on in Tybee Island, Georgia in the USA – one of the things being discussed is the WordPress.org website itself. A new blog has been launched to discuss the site called Make WordPress.org…

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24 October 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Simple Feed Stats – A New WordPress Plugin

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Simple Feed Stats is a free WordPress plugin that makes it easy to track your feeds, add custom content, and display your feed statistics on your site. Simple Feed Stats (SFS) tracks your feeds automatically, and provides a wealth of tools and options for further…

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21 October 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Treehouse Adds WordPress Courses To Curriculum

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This morning when I was browsing over several WordPress news items and deciding upon which topic to inform our readers here at WPHub.com about, I came across an article by Jolie O’Dell of VentureBeat with the headline, Online code-teacher Treehouse is now serving up WordPress…

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17 October 2012 ~ 0 Comments

WordPress 3.5 Beta 2 Available For Download

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Over the weekend, Andrew Nacin of WordPress.org posted a blog entry letting the site’s readers know that WordPress 3.5 Beta 2 is now available for testing and can be downloaded immediately. The news is a welcoming message for those who have been…

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30 September 2012 ~ 0 Comments

WordPress 3.5 is Now in Beta

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The latest version of WordPress 3.5 has been released in Beta. There’s hundreds of improvements in this version which is scheduled for release on December 5…

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29 September 2012 ~ 0 Comments

WP RSS Aggregator v.2.0 Now Available

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I’m pleased to say that after some very hard work in the past few weeks, version 2.0 of WP RSS Aggregator now gone live. The new version has a totally revamped codebase, I focused on the plugin’s architecture, and it is now using custom post types for storing the feed sources…

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27 September 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Interview with Andrew Powers on the Latest PageLines WordPress Theme Update

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Today I had the opportunity to chat with Andrew Powers about the new version of PageLines. PageLines has been around for quite a while now and I had worked previously with their theme framework for some clients over a year ago. I got to take another look at their product while attending…

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08 September 2012 ~ 0 Comments

An inspiring interview with Orman Clark – A WordPress Theme Designer/Developer Who Sells 1,000,000 Worth of Items on Envato

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Congratulations to our newest Power Elite author Orman Clark! Orman has been a member of the Envato community for 2 years and in that time has surpassed $1,000,000+ worth of sales! He reached this milestone in the last month and has worked exceedingly hard to get there. We are so proud to have him as a leader in our …

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05 September 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Contributing to the WordPress Project, Your Handbook is Now Here!

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If you’ve ever asked “How can I contribute to WordPress?” then go check out the WordPress Core Contributor Handbook. There’s been a lot of work done on this during the recent San Francisco WordCamp, and I’m sure it’s going to be a tremendous resource for everyone who would like to contribute to WordPress, or just wants to understand…

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03 September 2012 ~ 0 Comments

WordPress Security Threats Roundup for August 2012

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August’s round-up of WordPress security threats. If you have one of these plugins, make sure you’ve updated to a new version that has the vulnerability fixed, or disable the plugin immediately. If you feel you may have been hacked, use the Sucuri free scan tool…

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29 August 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Twenty Twelve: The New WordPress Default Theme Coming Soon to WordPress.org

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Today marks the introduction of the new Twenty Twelve theme on WordPress.com. Very soon the theme will be available for free in the WordPress Theme Directory and will be rolled into the WordPress 3.5 download package. A couple months ago we gave you a sneak peek of Twenty Twelve theme and now it’s out in the wild. You’ll probably start to see this theme popping…

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27 August 2012 ~ 0 Comments

New, Improved WordPress Plugin Rating System is Now More Amazon-Like

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As promised at WordCamp San Francisco a few weeks ago, the WordPress Plugin Directory is seeing improvements to its rating system to make it more “Amazon-like.” In this first update, you can see that the starred reviews have been parsed out into different levels. You’ll also notice a more exact number for the average…

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09 August 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Takeaways from 2012 WordCamp San Francisco

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On Saturday, I joined my first ever WordCamp, by watching the live stream. Given how cheap it is ($10 for the live stream), I would recommend attendance to one in the future, if you have the opportunity. There’s a lot of useful information on offer, so it will be the cheapest WordPress crash course…

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05 August 2012 ~ 2 Comments

Take a peak! How will The Media Library Look Like in WordPress 3.5?

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WordPress 3.5 is one of the long anticipated releases in the history of WordPress. There are all sort of rumors about the new features list. Some of them are simply wish lists more than anything else. But today we’re going to take a look at the latest wireframes of the Image Library in the upcoming release of WordPress 3.5. So without any further ado, let’s dig in!

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25 July 2012 ~ 0 Comments

WP Engine Offers Customers Git-Based Version Control and Deployment

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Austin-based WP Engine is one of the leaders in WordPress hosting, and it isn’t any wonder, given their dedication to high quality service and innovative tools for developers. They currently provide hosting services for 4,000 customers and serve 45,918 domains. This week the team at WP Engine…

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10 July 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Interview with Pippin Williamson from PippinsPlugins

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Pippin Williamson, one of the most talented WordPress developer and creator of PippinsPlugins blog. He writes a load of high quality plugin tutorials, on his plugin development blog and sell premium WordPress plugins on CodeCanyon…

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09 July 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Sneak Peek at the WordPress Twenty Twelve Theme

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The new WordPress Twenty Twelve default theme is coming along nicely. Drew Strojny and the team are working to have it ready for the WordPress 3.5 release. Today he offered an update on the Theme Foundry blog, outlining the progress and what they’re…

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21 May 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Diary Of A WordCamp Netherlands 2012

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All over the world people are getting together to talk about WordPress. Developers, designers, bloggers, writers, small-business owners, software engineers, system admins, mobile developers, BuddyPress developers, SEO experts, consultants, people…

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03 May 2012 ~ 0 Comments

WordPress 3.4 will Have a Better Theme File Structures

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One of the new features coming with the release of WordPress 3.4 is an improved file structure for themes. Currently, all files live under the same directory, which can get a bit messy depending on how many templates, pages, etc. your theme…

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