Theming Gutenberg: the FAQ block

18 September 2018 by Luc Kickken » - 4 Comments

WordPress Gutenberg blocks

In our previous post on how to theme our HowTo content block for Gutenberg, I explained the HTML structure of the block. I walked you through a few approaches to styling the generated block to make it blend in with your theme. With the release of Yoast 8.2 we’ve not only included the HowTo structured »

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Theming Gutenberg: the How-to block

11 September 2018 by Luc Kickken » - 4 Comments

WordPress Gutenberg blocks

With the launch of Yoast SEO 8.0, we’ve released our first real integration with Gutenberg. Now, with Yoast SEO 8.2 we took the first step into how to combine the power of Gutenberg with the field of SEO. More specific: the user-friendly implementation and usage of structured data. I won’t go into the technicalities, so »

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Build your own JavaScript onboarding wizard

3 October 2016 by Rens Weerman »

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One of the goals of the development team whilst building the JavaScript onboarding wizard in Yoast SEO 3.6 was to make it generic. We love the open source community, so we made the wizard freely available for everyone. That means you can use our wizard component for your own needs! I’ll give a short explanation »

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Unit testing WordPress plugins with PHPUnit in PhpStorm

23 February 2016 by Andy Meerwaldt » - 1 Comment

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A nice way to optimize your test flow is by having PhpStorm run your unit tests for you. It can be quite some work to set this up for WordPress plugins, since they depend so heavily on WordPress. In this post, I’ll go over all the steps you’ll have to take to do this.

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Adding a Pinned Tab icon for Safari

2 October 2015 by Joost de Valk »

Safari pinned tabs - mask-icon

With the release of Mac OS X 10.11, Safari finally got pinned tabs. While all other browsers use a site’s favicon for the pinned tab, Apple deemed that “not esthetically pleasing enough” and created a new type of icon for it, which they call a “mask-icon”. By default, they’ll use the first letter of your domain »

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