WordPress Monthly Roundup August 2017: WPTS Monthly Schedule #2


Welcome to the second edition of the WPTS WordPress monthly roundup August 2017. This month most of the buzzes among the WordPress users is the Gutenberg editor and as always lots of WordPress tips and tutorials around the web. This roundup gives you a short recap of important news and blog posts related to WordPress.


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In this newsify segment, the most important events are all about what WordPress is up to next with the Gutenberg editor and how the important events happened in the online world going to affect WordPress and its users.

Google emails warnings to webmasters that Chrome will mark http pages with forms as ‘not secure’

For most of the website owner’s https is not a compulsory thing till date but after this email from Google, everyone must think of getting SSL certificate to their website.

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As we have discussed in Google’s new ad block post, Chrome is the most preferred browser by the users. So website owners we must really think of making our websites https. For detailed coverage take a look at the Search Engine Land post.

WordPress 4.9 to Focus on Code Editing and Customization Improvements

As Matt Mullenweg mentioned earlier WordPress is moving towards it own customizer and text editor. The text editor is Gutenberg editor it is evolving pretty quickly after our first impression on Gutenberg version 0.38Mel Choyce made a list of goals for 4.9, the most important thing is going to be improving the code editing experience by adding syntax highlighting.

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See the WordCamp grand rapids attendees first impressions of Gutenberg.

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Know Before You Fix

Following are the blog post that is worth reading to maintain and to customize your WordPress website.


9 Hidden BackupBuddy Features & Tips

How to Disable Unwanted Widgets in WordPress

Basic WordPress Maintenance Tips

How to Use Domain Mapping When You’re Not Running Multisite




How To Customize Genesis Child Themes: Design Palette Pro

Why you should keep your WordPress site up to date at all times

How to Create Backup of WordPress Website Today


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What’s New

In this segment, we used to see new useful WordPress plugin that can really help you without hindrance to your WordPress website performance.

Shortcode in Menus

Shortcode in the menu allows you to add shortcodes in WordPress Navigation Menus so that you can generate links dynamically. Also allows you to add full-fledged HTML sections to navigation menus.

Active installs: 10,000+

Ratings: 5

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Simple Responsive Lightbox – Popup Lightbox for WordPress

Lightbox is the plugin you will definitely need if you are looking for a flexible, high performing, easy to use tool to display various images on your website. The plugin has a complete list of settings which will help you to adjust the plugin according to your needs.

Modular lightbox plugin, which allows users to create responsive slides, image collections in beautiful lightbox pop-up.

Active installs: 500+

Ratings: 5

Counter Number

Counter Number plugin design layout is based on latest CSS animation and support on all major browsers. Easily upload Counter Number statistics. Easily update their records like title, counter stats, and icons.

Active installs: 60+

Ratings: 5

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That’s all for this month roundup. If you think your new plugin to be added in our next roundup post please reach us via the contact form. If you think your blog post is related to WordPress fix, maintenance and tips send your article via the contact form. We will find a spot for your post in our next post. Happy website!!

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