Every week brings fresh updates and news in the world of WordPress. This week’s digest features the latest hassle for WCEU attendees, a guide on using WordPress hooks, a feature request to add to WordPress version 4.8.1, and more!

DOC POP’S NEWS DROP: WCEU VISA ISSUES

Only a few days away from WordCamp Europe in Paris, hear Doc Pop above discuss certain issues WCEU registrants have encountered regarding their visas being rejected by the French government.

EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT WORDCAMPS

WordCamp season is in full gear. While WordCamps might seem intimidating for first-time goers, these tips will help you get through. From top people to know, to key insider tips, and more, check out some advice to make this next WordCamp the best one yet!

WHERE SHOULD YOU PUT WORDPRESS HOOKS? IT DEPENDS

The WordPress Plugins API (aka hooks) is essential to how WordPress works. Wondering where to put hooks within your code? Check out this guide to learn about a few places where you can add hooks, including the pros and cons of each.

UPDRAFTPLUS LAUNCHES CLEF TWO FACTOR PLUGIN SUBSTITUTE

Backup plugin UpdraftPlus recently announced the launching of Keyy, a two-factor authentication (2FA) plugin. Read on to learn more about this latest release.

TORQUE TOONS: WIDGET SPINNER

WordPress 4.8 was released last week and is full of new and updated widgets. Which got Torque thinking about a new feature request…

Stay tuned for more news and feature stories from torquemag.io!