Weekly WordPress News: Google Docs for WordPress.com and Jetpack
Well, I guess we’re all installing Jetpack. WordPress just released an amazing new collaborative editing feature. Instantly bring in posts from Google Docs on wordpress.com or Jetpack-connected websites.
You can also read Colin’s thoughts on why Elementor is the perfect page builder for marketers.
And finally, SiteGround keeps rolling out helpful new features. Their latest is a collaboration with Sucuri.
Let’s get to all of this week’s news…
WORDPRESS NEWS AND ARTICLES
- Introducing WordPress.com for Google Docs: A New Way Forward for Collaborative Editing – via wordpress.com and Jetpack.
- Why Elementor is the Perfect Plugin for WordPress Marketers – learn how Elementor can help you market better.
- Getting The Most Out of a Freemium WordPress Business Model – learn a bit about WordPress business from Josh Pollock.
- SiteGround Site Scanner powered by Sucuri – SiteGround released another awesome tool.
- WordPress 4.7.3 Security and Maintenance Release – WordPrss 4.7.3 dropped on March 6th.
- WordPress Collaborative Editing – Matt Mullenweg on WordPress collaborative editing.
TUTORIALS AND HOW-TOS
- How to Set Up KeyCDN for WordPress – learn how to set up KeyCDN for your WordPress site.
- How to late enqueue inline CSS in WordPress – a very specific tutorial.
- How to Style Gravity Forms to Look Like Divi – another specific guide.
- How to install favicons and mobile icons on your WordPress site – learn all about site icons.
- The Three Core Concepts of WordPress Theme Development – learn the core concepts of WordPress development
RESOURCES & FREEBIES
- The Best Affiliate Programs for WordPress to Help You Promote WordPress Products – find WordPress affiliate programs to earn some money from this awesome CMS.
- Campaign Monitor vs. MailChimp vs. SendinBlue: Which to Choose? – which email marketing service should you go with?
- 25 of the Finest Free Dark WordPress Themes – check out some of the best dark WordPress themes.
- What are Custom Post Types? – a YouTube guide from Matt Madeiros.