Pull requests are the way of contributing or collaborating on a project on GitHub. Let’s say you want to contribute to a repository on GitHub, maybe fix a bug or a typo. Since you don’t own the repository, you can’t directly make the changes. So, what you do is, you simply make a copy/fork of the repository, make changes, and create a pull request.
The Square integration feature of WooCommerce allowed online stores to sync their offline and online inventories. At the time of every new purchase, inventories at both places get updated automatically. And Square integration allows you to share a common payment processor for your online and offline stores. I am going to review a new add-on for this purpose i.e. the Square Recurring Payments for WooCommerce Subscriptions.
We use Neilo Content at WPCouple to manage our social media campaigns and editorial activities. And we couldn’t be more happy with the result. If you are looking for a WordPress plugin which helps you manage all editorial tasks and automate social campaigns then this extensive review is the right pick for you.
Image compression is one of the areas which significantly improve your page speed. Recently, I got to try this incredible new image optimization plugin called WPCompress plugin. It provides lossless image compression packed with some awesome features and capabilities. It’s FREE, fast, and produce impressive results.