With my first week back at work full-time, my time was limited as I got used to a new routine. This week’s roundup of resources includes a larger list of WordPress resources than my regular posts, including many resources I discovered while watching the livestream of the WordCamp San Diego conference.
Next week’s roundup of resources will return with a more diverse list.
- What to Expect in WordPress 3.4: With autocomplete, better internationalization support, and multisite improvements, there’s much for everyone to celebrate in the upcoming 3.4 version. One of the features I’m looking forward to is the Theme Customizer.
- Twenty Twelve Moved to 3.5: With the expected release of the 3.4 version in late April, the Twenty Twelve theme has moved to version 3.5.
- The header.php – What Needs to Go in It and What Doesn’t: Step–by–step guide from wp.tuts, be sure to check the comments for additional recommendations.
- What My First WordPress College Class Taught Me: Valuable summary from Lorelle as she prepares to teach her second WordPress college class. Loved her comment,
If you want WordPress checked for bugs, unleash college students upon it.
- Keyring: An authentication framework that handles authorization with external web services. Note: this plugin is still in beta.
- WP Hook Finder: Informs you of custom actions or filters that have been added and which functions hook on to which actions or filters.
- 4 WordPress Quiz Plugins to Put Your Users to the Test: Nice summary of paid and free quiz plugins from WPMU. Have you used any of these plugins?
- Twitter Bootstrap Based WordPress Themes & Plugins: If you haven’t heard of Bootstrap, it’s a collection of HTML, CSS, and jQuery markup, stylesheets and code you can use for your web projects. WPLift provides a handy collection of WordPress themes built on bootstrap.
- Redirection: Moving a site to a new URL? Manage your 301 redirects with this plugin.
- Smush.it: Improve your site performance by optimizing your images with this plugin.
- Theme Test: Step–by–step guide to test your theme from the WordPress Codex.
Hope you find these resources helpful. What resources did you find this week?