It’s Monday, time for a fresh WordPress Watch. We’ve got more news on Twenty Twenty in WordPress 5.3 and there’s an update on what’s going to be the next big focus of the Gutenberg project. There’s also exciting news about the integration of two different solutions. Let’s get to it! Twenty Twenty! Last week it …Read: "Content areas in Gutenberg, Twenty Twenty update and Elementor integration"
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Lots of noteworthy news from WordPress land over the last week. Gutenberg is back on our radar with a new version. I’ll also highlight a new project that’s underway that aims to find a better solution for all those notifications in your WordPress Dashboard. And, there are bonus links. Of course! Let’s dive straight in! …Read: "Gutenberg 6.4, WP Local Environment and WP Notify progress"
A new week, a new WordPress Watch. We saw work for WordPress 5.3 getting properly underway. There was also news about some exciting integrations built to for the Block Editor. And, of course, we have a few bonus links for you as well again today. Let’s see what happened this week in the world of …Read: "WordPress 5.3, Block Lab, and Members Block Permission add-on"
The past week was all about two big plugins releasing important updates. Both WooCommerce and Gutenberg got significant improvements. Gutenberg saw another accessibility improvement and WooCommerce now has even more integration with, well, Gutenberg 😄. Let’s dive in and see what’s what! WooCommerce introduces more Block Editor integration WooCommerce 3.7 was released last week and …Read: "WooCommerce 3.7 and Gutenberg 6.3 updates"
You might think it would be quiet in the world of WordPress because of the summer holidays, but there are some interesting things beeping on my radar. What about the next major version of WordPress: the 5.3 release? Also, the developers of Atomic Blocks and EditorKits haven’t been loitering around; they’ve added some useful features …Read: "WordPress 5.3, Atomic Blocks and EditorsKit"
After a short break, we’ve returned with a new WordPress Watch. In today’s edition, let’s check out a cool new way to share your code in the block editor. We’ll also look at some nice updates to the Gutenberg project – which includes new features for the block editor in the next major release of …Read: "Syntax-highlighting Code Block, theme accessibility news and Gutenberg 6.2"
It was another full week with lots of WordPress news. Today, we’re highlighting a cool WordPress newsletter plugin that had a big update. We’ll also see that Gutenberg got yet another polish and we’ll have a bunch of bonus links for you. Let’s check it out! More Gutenberg refinement The latest release of Gutenberg, version …Read: "Gutenberg refinement, Block Directory Concept, and MailPoet"
Last week was a busy week, with lots of things happening in the WordPress Community. Which means several different news items to cover today! We’ve got an awesome webinar and two cool plugins to discuss and that’s not all… Let’s get started! WP-CLI webinar WP-CLI is the command line interface for common WordPress tasks and …Read: "WP-CLI webinar, Post Status Notes, Google Site kit, and more plugin news"
WordPress 5.2.2 launched last week, but of course, that wasn’t the only news happening. There was a lot going on in the world of WordPress as it was the week of the largest WordCamp Europe (over 2800 attended!). Let’s see what happened this last week! Gutenberg 6.0 The Gutenberg project kept publishing improvement after improvement …Read: "Gutenberg 6.0, WPGraphQL, and WP Engine news"
Another week, another news roundup! In this edition, we’ll cover an interesting solution to really authenticate your content. I’d also like to highlight a tutorial on how to add AMP to your site and a cool gallery block enhancing plugin. And there’s more, so let’s get started… Time-stamping your content with WordProof In this day …Read: "WordProof, CoBlocks update, Genesis framework 3.0 beta and more"