Most sites need to monetize to sustain themselves, and yours is likely no different. However, figuring out how to create a decent income stream can be challenging, to say the least. Google AdSense is a great option – a simple tool that enables you to create ads, place them on your site, and make a little cash (or possibly a lot) with almost no effort required.
This release was led by Matt Mullenweg, along with co-leads Allan Cole, Anthony Burchell, Gary Pendergast, Josepha Haden Chomphosy, Laurel Fulford, Omar Reiss, Daniel Bachhuber, Matías Ventura, Miguel Fonseca, Tammie Lister, Matthew Riley MacPherson. They were ably assisted by the following fabulous folks. There were 423 contributors with props in this release. Pull up some Bebo Valdés on your music service of choice, and check out some of their profiles:
If your organisation's website is built in WordPress then you can automatically generate content by using Buffer and Zapier. Buffer can easily capture content from various sources and Zapier can automatically create new WordPress posts from items in a Buffer queue. This integration makes it easy to add posts to a WordPress site without copying and pasting. Once you set up this Buffer to WordPress integration, new Buffer items created from that point forward are individually added to WordPress as new posts.

Open source and supported by many tools: WordPress is an open-source platform, so it is free. You can download it from Wordpress.org and install it in minutes if you have your own server. The last part can be a hurdle for some who are not experienced in website development, but the support community for this tool is immense with more than a decade's worth of updates, plug-ins, themes, and third-party tools that integrate with it.


Please test your plugins and themes against WordPress 5.0 and update the Tested up to version in the readme to 5.0. If you find compatibility problems, please be sure to post to the support forums so we can figure those out before the final release. An in-depth field guide to developer-focused changes is coming soon on the core development blog. In the meantime, you can review the developer notes for 5.0.
Open source and supported by many tools: WordPress is an open-source platform, so it is free. You can download it from Wordpress.org and install it in minutes if you have your own server. The last part can be a hurdle for some who are not experienced in website development, but the support community for this tool is immense with more than a decade's worth of updates, plug-ins, themes, and third-party tools that integrate with it.
Foodica is simple and intuitive. You’ll hit the ground running with Foodica’s several included layouts specialized for foodie blogs. From beautiful content display to specialized, custom shortcodes built uniquely for Foodica, such as Ingredient and Direction shortcodes to effortlessly create recipes to fill your website and your audience’s bellies. Six different color schemes let you dress your site in style, while powerful widgets like the Instagram photograph carousel and the Twitter feed widgets will keep your site social media active and relevant, while SEO lets you quickly climb the page ranks and rake in more traffic. Foodica: Let the world know what’s cooking.
How could we have a list of the best WordPress blogs without including the Elegant Themes blog? We may be a bit biased here, but we do our best to put out the best tutorials and resources we can for the WordPress community at large. If you have any questions or topics you’re curious about, we very likely have something about it in our archives. And if we don’t, we’re always open to taking requests in the comments.
Please test your plugins and themes against WordPress 5.0 and update the Tested up to version in the readme to 5.0. If you find compatibility problems, please be sure to post to the support forums so we can figure those out before the final release. An in-depth field guide to developer-focused changes is coming soon on the core development blog. In the meantime, you can review the developer notes for 5.0.
While there are a ton of blogs out there focusing on the everyman WordPresser, WPShout is one of the best WordPress blogs aimed at developers. As you can see in the screenshot, they have quick guides for different topics, free courses you can run through, and they are always posting up new articles with goodies that will keep you clicking. Some of the best posts on WPShout are small commentary blogs that provoke thought and enable discussion, then link out to the article that brought up the idea in the first place. This is a great place to discover so much new stuff that you just have to check it out.
The WordPress open source project has evolved in progressive ways over time — supported by skilled, enthusiastic developers, designers, scientists, bloggers, and more. WordPress provides the opportunity for anyone to create and share, from handcrafted personal anecdotes to world-changing movements. People with a limited tech experience can use it “out of the box”, and more tech-savvy folks can customize it in remarkable ways.
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