Image Protection, Hide Admin Menu, Stuttter Samples, Learn REST API and BuddyPress Goes REST API

Skimming time.

 

Want to protect your photographs from image theft in WordPress? Take a look at these 4 ways to prevent image theft in WordPress.

Watermark still a prefer choice.

Source: 4 Ways to Prevent Image Theft in WordPress

 

The WordPress admin menu is fairly easy to navigate out-of-the-box but can become unruly over time. It can get out of control depending on the number of custom post types registered and plugins tha…

Useful for Custom Development/Build.

Source: Easily Hide Menus in WordPress With The Clean WP Admin Menu Plugin

 

When WordPress 4.4 was released in late 2015, some users questioned how to add colors and icons to categories as illustrated at the 1:17 mark in the release video. The colors and icons are not some…

Oh, and…

To add icons, images, or colors to taxonomy terms such as categories and tags, I recommend using WP Term Images, WP Term Icons, and WP Term Colors. All three plugins are developed by, John James Jacoby, and are part of his Stuttter project.

So this is Stuttter project. It seems going to be useful.

Source: How to Assign Icons, Images, and Colors to Categories and Tags in The WordPress Backend

 

Interested in learning PHP and building your own themes and plugins for WordPress? Or just being able to code your own killer customizations for your websites? Learning WordPress development might seem like a daunting thing to do but it all comes down to getting started. So we’ve put together this free series to help you start the New Year right. Over five weeks, you’ll learn PHP and start coding your own themes and plugins from scratch.

REST API already got its own “point”.

Source: WordPress Development for Beginners: Getting Started

 

BuddyPress contributors met last week to discuss the scope of the 2.5 release, which is slated for the beginning of March. Lead developer Paul Gibbs opened the meeting with a call for tickets that …

BuddyPress goes REST API too.

Source: BuddyPress 2.5 Development Kicks Off, BP-API Dev Chat Begins This Week

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