31. iThemes Releases New Theme: Threads
Need to build an online t-shirt shop on WordPress? Threads is designed to integrate exclusively with Shopp.
Jetpack is an awesome plugin bundle provided by the Automattic but it requires WordPress.com account even for those modules previously work as independent plugins. The marketing banners are very obtrusive too.
Now you can use features without having to login to WordPress.com.
Good for local development too!
33. Templatic’s Year in Review 2012
Another neat year-in-review post by Templatic, a widely-known Theme company.
34. WordPress Plugin Recycle Program
The idea is simple: you head to the WP Recycle page where you find a submission form. Enter the details about your plugin, such as description, last compatible WP version, free or paid, etc. That’s it! Your part is done!
If you are the plugin author, you can specify whether you’d be fine with WP Recycle rebranding your plugin, or not. Furthermore, if your plugin is a paid one, WP Recycle also has a revenue sharing mechanism in place.
35. CSS Techniques for Retina Displays
Retina is growing hot – and more people are moving to these types of screens. Best be ready!
WP Jedi shares three plugins that will help your readers save your content to read later. Pocket has been growing like wildfire.
37. Doug and Loops
A cautionary tale of woe and retweets.
38. The Psychology of Business Cards
I’ve got business cards and they work. Still. Yes, imagine that. If you’re a WordPress consultant you should probably get some…?
Dashboard access just now a click away:
Direct access to every single WordPress dashboard in your site portfolio — another world first from the ManageWP team.
40. Rethinking the WordPress Admin
A good reference point from Brian’s post above. Noel Tock brings some great thoughts here.
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