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A lot of things happened lately. WordPress and its community are moving forward and generates a lot of interesting stuff and events. We comprised a list of the most important news, updates, tutorials, resources, tools, etc. of March 2015. Have a look:


Yoast SEO plugin vulnerability: a blind SQL injection vulnerability was discovered in SEO plugin by Yoast. Users are advised to update the plugin ASAP.

WordCamp Europe 2015: This year the WordCamp Europe event will take place on 26 – 28 June in Seville, Spain. We will be happy to attend this great event and meet our friends and partners.

Twitter officially released its first WordPress plugin: Twitter has never released an official plug-in to make WordPress and Twitter play friendly. Until now.

WPLift and ThemeFurnance for sale?: Oli Dale announced that he is thinking about selling his 2 WordPress related projects as he is involved in another business.

Introducing the WordPress security white paper: an analysis and explanation of the WordPress core software development and its related security processes.

WordPress wins $25,000 from DMCA takedown abuser: WordPress has scored a victory in court against a man who abused the DMCA takedown notice.

The ultimate tour of the WordPress database: a complete description of all the tables and their columns present in the WordPress database.

6 cool things you can do with sticky posts in WordPress: sticky posts are one of the least known features of WordPress. You can do awesome things with sticky posts.

Creating custom content in WordPress, custom post types: exploring the types of custom content in WordPress and how to create that content.

Top “Non-Obvious” WordPress plugins that will make you a better blogger: 30 experts have been asked a question: what 3 non-obvious plugins would you advise every WP blogger to have?

How to set up WordPress on Raspberry Pi: an interesting experiment and guide by the guys from Codeable: how to set up WordPress on the Raspberry Pi.



Designer’s Toolkit: Prototyping Tools: Reviews and rankings to help you find the best prototyping tool for your web design job.

CSS SANS a font created purely in CSS: it’s an unprecedented font that reflects history and evolution of the web, and even changes its own shape.

Generate Apple Watch CSS for mockups: a simple and efficient tool to generate CSS for your Apple Watch mockups.

Flexbox in 5 minutes: an interactive tour of all the major features of the new CSS property: flexbox.

HTTP/2, the first major change to HTTP in 16 years: the new standard brings a number of benefits to one of the web’s core technologies.

TeslaThemes is giving away a beautiful flat design UI kit: simply share that post on your social media profile and unlock the download button.

Buffer launches Pablo: a simple and efficient tool allowing you to create engaging images for your social media posts.

Useful resource: a place to find beautiful free stock photos. All photos on the site are released under Creative Commons – CC0 and do not require attribution.

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