Have you been looking for a weekly curation of the most important WordPress news?
We have a weekly newsletter we send out every Wednesday that we’ve now started putting together via content curation from the WP News Desk website, your WordPress news dashboard. Now we’ll also be publishing a weekly post alongside this newsletter.
Your Curated News from WP News Desk
As Matt Mullenweg himself says, WordPress’ testimonials page has long required some updating, and that time has come. The page will now feature snippets from WordPress, Twitter and Facebook of what WordPress has meant to any member of the community. Just post with the tag #ilovewp and it might show up on the page. Keep reading.
With the emphasis placed on contributing back to the WordPress community, not everyone has found the chance or felt confident enough in their coding ability to do so. This is why the WordPress Community Team has come up with a new initiative that will challenge any contributor to answer 20 support requests in the support forums. Keep reading.
The folks at Elegant Themes walk you through the business benefits of turning your WordPress content into an eBook and show you how simple it can be if you just use the right tools. There are different types of eBooks to go for, different tools to create them with, and various ways of offering them to your followers. Keep reading.
Tuts+ present a two-part mini-series that explains the dreaded task of implementing WordPress security, what it is, and how you can ramp it up to be sure your WordPress site is safe and secure. Follow part 1. – Follow part 2.
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