Summerizing my journey with Polyglots team on WordPress.org, with respect to Indian languages.
Yes, I wish I knew about this long long time ago, this is just fantastic! You can help translate WordPress.com into your native language without leaving the page! Using the community translator built in WordPress.com Once the translator is enabled, right-click on a highlighted string to submit a new translation: A red highlight means that a string does … Continue reading Did you know you can translate WordPress.com without even leaving the page?
We love podcasts: they’re like the blogging version of radio, a medium anyone can jump into and use to share their story. They introduce us to new voices and give us glimpses into new perspectives… and they pair perfectly with blogs and websites, where they can add more texture and interest to what you’re already […] … Continue reading This is intresting…
Using Child Themes in WordPress is a great way to modify an existing theme, however, the CSS @import directive is slower than it has to be, so you should try and avoid it. Here’s why. If it takes 200ms to load the child theme’s stylesheet, and 200ms to load the parent-theme’s CSS, a modern web … Continue reading Child Themes with wp_enqueue_style()
With the All-in-One WP Migration plugin from developers So Ilieva, Borislav Angelov and Pim Jitsawang it is possible to export the WordPress database, media files, plugins and themes. One can indefinitely in the database use Find and Replace operations in the database to perform, for example, when moving relative paths. The plugin comes with 32MB … Continue reading All-in-One WordPress migration
Are you looking to do search and replace in WordPress? Recently, one of my friends asked us how to run search and replace on WordPress database without writing any SQL code or using phpMyAdmin. Many beginners are not comfortable with code, so that’s why we found a search and replace plugin for WordPress. In this article, … Continue reading How to do Search and Replace in WordPress with a Plugin
This was my first experience at WordCamp as an organiser.