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Yesterday not quite finished. So will continue today. This is Part 1.

“In case you missed it” is for to followers who may have missed something when sharing it earlier. It used to annoy me so much. But It works.

Good idea. But can’t practice. How to make something missed, if something is not done yet? ????

Source: In Defense of “In Case You Missed It” | Tom McFarlin


I want to do a better job of sharing various WordPress resources or people related to the economy that are worth your time or following.

Will wait if this going to be a good one.

Source: WordPress Resources: Are They Any Good? | Tom McFarlin


Recurring Donations Add-on is now available and supports donor choice options, reporting, subscription management, and more.

Just know there is this Give plugin for donation. But mostly saw donation feature is embedded in some premium themes. Need standard ?

Source: Announcing Recurring Donations for the Give Donation Plugin | Give


Amazing websites built with WordPress. See what WordPress can do by checking out some of the coolest websites built with WordPress and get inspired!

Among of them are Bloomberg, TechCrunch, Katy Perry and Justin Bieber.

Source: 20 Awesome Examples of WordPress Sites – WPExplorer


In 2013, Mel Choyce, Design Engineer at Automattic, published a proposal to improve the content creation and editing experience in WordPress. Her proposal and associated mockups like the one below,…

New look is nice. Hopefully not breaking functionality though.

Source: Michael Arestad Sparks Renewed Effort to Improve the Content Creation Experience in WordPress


If your site is powered by WordPress then you’re not alone: 25% of the web runs on the WP CMS. Here are 5 plugins you need to power-up your install.

VaultPress, Monarch, Yoast SEO, W3 Total Cache, Jetpack. Homework: Yoast SEO and W3 Total Cache.

Source: 5 Essential WordPress Plugins | DOZ


In this article you will find out how to have Nonprofit Volunteer Management with Ease using Wired Impact Volunteer Management plugin for WordPress

Turns out it’s a plugin. Like always, there is always an out-of-the-box plugin which is not thinkable before.

Source: Nonprofit Volunteer Management with Ease – WP Mayor


If you’re a regular reader of my posts, you could be forgiven for thinking I’ve got a bit of a downer on clients. I’ve written about how to let a difficult client go, what do do when your client gets angry, and freelancing mistakes including picking the wrong clients. But the truth is, I love my clients. Without them, I wouldn’t have a business. I wouldn’t have the opportunity to take on new and exciting projects, and develop my WordPress skills. And I wouldn’t have the satisfaction of seeing their businesses grow and playing a part in that by supporting their website.

Lately, been thinking about being back as freelancer. So this kind of post become important, no?

Source: The Science of Building Strong and Lasting Client Relationships


Over the last eight years, I have written hundreds of proposals for WordPress website projects. In the early days, most of them were terrible. Then I started paying attention to what I was putting out […]

And also this kind of post too, no?

Source: What I’ve Learned From Writing WordPress Proposals For Over 8 Years | @thetorquemag


There’s a lot of great WordPress content published in the community but not all of it is featured on the Tavern. Starting today and every Friday, I’ll share an assortment of items relat…

Is this a “Bacapa” version of WPTavern? ????

Source: In Case You Missed It – Issue 1


Free spam plugins for WordPress. See a comparison of the top free WordPress plugins for preventing span and find out which is right for your WordPress site.

Akismet still enough. Probably won’t try other alternatives yet.

Source: Is Akismet Still the Best Spam Plugin for WordPress? – WPExplorer

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