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When it was initially conceived, WordPress was the place to go for creating blogs and writing articles.
Time has passed. WordPress functionality has expanded, and it has become the best choice for business, newspaper, magazine, and other websites.
With all of this potential for smart content creation and , it can be difficult to manage the large quantity of articles and blog posts that are being made at once.
Check out these tools to enhance editorial and project management capabilities of WordPress.
Update: Google is shutting down Google+. After data breaches, low user numbers, and being put on the backburners of Google’s focus they’ve decided to terminate the social network.
Back when this post was written, (2013) YouTubers were required to make Google+ accounts. With this integration, comments came from the users Google+ account which more often than not showed the users real names. Changes were made back in 2017 to using the Youtubers comments rather than Google+ user profiles.
Using Google+ is now pretty much a mote point.
Now that the social sites shut down has been moved back from August to April of this year here are the things that you will see go away.
- Private video sharing to G+ circles
- Custom Google+ URLs for channels
- Editing your channel’s icon and art on mobile
- Linking to any Google+ profiles on channels
- Commenting features on videos with an outdated YouTube mobile app (Versions from before September 2016)
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Google made waves last week when they decided to make a big change to the social flow of the YouTube community.
As a company that thrives on YouTube, we were as surprised as you were when we logged in to find that our accounts HAD NO ACTIVITY.
No comments on any of our videos. It was strange.
Then we found out what happened. Find out the wheres, whys, and hows to the Google+ takeover of YouTube comments.
We’ve got guests on guests on guests in this episode of Week in WordPress!
Matt and Scott of our Slocum Studio are joined by
- Nathan Hangen, co-founder of Virtuous Giant
- Scott Bolinger, co-founder of AppPresser and Press Coders
- James Laws, co-founder of WP Ninjas (Ninja Forms)
Find out why Matt Mullenweg was spotted with Joomla! and why WordPress has adopted Sass, among other things.
There are plenty of reasons why you would want to delete or simply reset a WordPress install.
Imagine for a moment that you were testing something for a client and needed to see WordPress without any plugins installed.
How about that group of posts that is no longer necessary on your website, for example?
Read or watch on to look at some plugins that will enable you to reset sections of your WordPress-powered website or completely change the website back to factory settings.
“WordPress 3.7 JUST CAME OUT!” you say.
It did, but attention has already shifted to the upcoming WordPress update – WordPress 3.8.
And the attention is not necessarily positive.
Where there was near unanimous applause for the technological improvements made to 3.7, there is certainly an “angels and demons” dynamic surrounding the release of WordPress 3.8.
Should you be excited or scared?
It is a very “professional” episode of the Week in WordPress.
Is WordPress as we know it going downhill? Is it going to be a Ghost in the next few years?
Matt, Scott, and Dan from Slocum Studio don’t seem to think so!
Modern Estate, our real estate theme, has finally arrived for your instant downloading pleasure!
This WordPress theme, previously featured strictly on our website, is now available in free format on the WordPress repository.
Staying organized on the web is not an easy task.
Sites can be difficult enough to navigate, and it can be even harder to display a beautiful calendar within the default WordPress setup.
This article will go over calendar plugins on the WordPress framework, what they mean for your business or blog, and which real world applications can be applied to the plugins.
Watch the video or continue reading… or both!
This is the one you have been waiting for.
WordPress 3.7, one of the better updates released in quite a while, is out for your pleasure!
Matt and Scott are joined by Chris Lema, Tom McFarlin, and Andrew Norcross, as they give their opinions on the new update.
This was an episode for the ages, and it is about time you watched…. or listened.
It’s a blustery day at the studio.
That’s not gonna blow this house down.
Matt and Scott are joined by Brian Krogsgard of “Poststat.us” as they talk about the implication of automatic updates in security as well as browser support and the state of Woocommerce.
Quick shout out to the folks who put together a wonderful WordCamp Boston this year!
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