The WordPress Weekend Roundup
It’s been a relative “light” week as I look back on the past 7 days – although we’ve had a record amount of posts published this past week the other sources of news articles has been relatively small.
And when I say “small” I don’t mean small-small as there’s always a lot going on. Just compared to the previous week I suppose.
I’m rambling. In anycase, here are some great articles that you may have missed that we didn’t cover – and don’t forget to enter into our BlogDroid Giveaway!
I wanted to cover this but didn’t find the time. It’s a simple system that monitors changes and refreshes for you automagically.
This is an unbelievable system that you have to check out – Todd is incredibly talented and has been working in this space for years. I had a long-form post to cover this but didn’t find the time. But you should just check it out.
Our own technical editor here at WP Daily consistently pumps out incredible content on his personal blog and is one of the best technical resources for WordPress development out there.
Lisa is getting around with some great interviews, sharing her insights and experiences. If you’ve got some time for a read or a listen it’s worth it.
It will most-definitely take you a little longer, but that’s ok. This tutorial might be an alternative place to start if you’re interested in learning how.
Helen gives us the scoop as things continue to progress in 3.6.
A good duo of interviews from some specialists in their field.
8. WP Engine and the Myth of the Dedicated IP Address
While we’re covering WP Engine-related material, there’s a great article on a much-talked about myth.
A great look at how to do this right without sacrificing performance for the site.
This is someone’s dissertation so it will definitely take more than just a day to walk through it.
Looking to monetize that mobile version?
Many of you are also musicians and I thought this interview was neat with an author from Envato’s network.
I love video games so anything to do with them + web is great.
Now this will be good when you need to put it on “silent” mode while listening at the office.
Dre shows you how, via iThemes.
I also spent some time with Matt over at his blog sharing my thoughts on WordPress and entrepreneurship.
There’s a lot of action around the new 2013 theme coming out. An update on how things are going via Lance.
A lot of you use Yoast’s SEO Plugin and here’s some more details around the ‘focus’ keyword option.
Siobhan McKeown shows us how with a comprehensive look.
Justin is a developer while Mike is a forum volunteer.
Not a new question – it’s just been asked again via Boagworld.
This was neat enough to cover. I dig it!
25. New York or San Fran?
Where would you rather build your startup?
Both sites are built on WordPress.
I think so but it’s not all the way there yet.
Tuts+ shows you how.
28. Hotel Booking Site?
Templatic made an update to one of their themes which is a very neat implementation.
Chip Bennett starts the convo.
30. 14 CDN Providers
WPMU provides some of these options for you to consider.
Not bad. Not bad.
And… I think that’s it. What did I miss?