In this episode of WordPress Weekly, Marcus Couch and I discuss the news of the week as our guest couldn’t make it.
Marcus shares his experience at WordCamp San Diego this past weekend and offers feedback to the organizing team. We let you know what’s in the recently released WordPress update and discuss what happens to the data WordPress.org collects from users sites. As usual, Marcus ends the show with his plugin picks of the week.
WordPress 4.5.1 Fixes 12 Bugs
Global WordPress Translation Day Draws 448 Participants from 105 Countries
WordPress for iOS Adds Geotag Support, Comment Moderation Gestures
WordPress 4.6 to Update Theme Filter Tags in the Admin
What WordPress.org Does with the Data it Collects from Users Sites
Plugins Picked By Marcus:
Video Gallery – YouTube and Vimeo Video Gallery is a responsive plugin that allows you to show YouTube and Vimeo videos in various formats.
OnSale Page for WooCommerce is an extension for WooCommerce that enables you to have a On Sale page with paging, sorting, and filtering options.
Embed Google AdWords Codes on WooCommerce enables users to implement Google AdWords conversion tracking to determine how effective ads are. It provides information such as the number of clicks that are generating sales.
Next Episode: Wednesday, May 4th 9:30 P.M. Eastern
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