Today’s roundup highlights some useful WordPress plugins. They’re either new, or have recently been updated with interesting features. From A/B testing to profiling and more… And of course, I have some bonus links for you as well! A/B testing made easy Testing between two versions, to see which one works best, is called A/B testing. …Read: "Plugin tips for A/B testing, profiling and more!"
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We’re getting ready for another big improvement for our favorite CMS. Today, I’d like to share with you the release of Gutenberg version 5.3 as well as the first Beta for WordPress 5.2. And, some exciting news on the minimum PHP version requirement for WordPress. Gutenberg 5.3 We’ve seen the release of Gutenberg 5.3 this …Read: "Minimum PHP version requirement, WP 5.2 Beta 1 and Gutenberg 5.3"
Another week, another roundup! We saw WordPress’ growth hit an important milestone last week, and an interesting proposal was made concerning available blocks in the editor. Let’s see what that’s all about! In this edition of my roundup, I also share a few more tricks about the Block Editor itself. And, last but not least, …Read: "WordPress news and Gutenberg tips: Use reusable blocks"
It’s time* again for a new roundup of WordPress news! Today I’m sharing a new commenting plugin for WordPress, the release of a new book about Object Oriented Programming in WordPress. The WordPress Project also crossed an imported milestone this week. Keep on reading and you’ll learn all about it! New commenting plugin option For …Read: "New commenting plugin option, a book release, and a WordPress milestone"
In this roundup, I’ll discuss what’s going on with the WordPress release schedule. I’m also highlighting a new e-commerce solution for selling downloadable items in WordPress. And of course, I carefully selected some bonus links for your reading pleasure. Let’s dive in! WordPress Release Schedules WordPress has typically seen three to four releases per year …Read: "Release schedules, selling digital downloads, and some bonus links"
We have a big week ahead of us! WordPress 5.1 will be released this week and with it comes a lot of improvements for the Block Editor as well as a whole bunch of other improvements. I’m also updating you on Gutenberg phase 2. And of course, there are some bonus links as well. Let’s …Read: "WordPress 5.1 is incoming, Gutenberg Phase 2 updates, and bonus links!"
Today, I’d like to highlight a couple of valuable news items from the WordPress Community. We saw some great things happening with new solutions and updates to already existing plugins. Enjoy! WPCampus Online WPCampus Online happened on January 31 and featured a lot of great content. If you missed out or want to revisit the conference, the …Read: "New WordPress tools, plugins & presentations to learn from"
We’re diving a bit deeper into some of the options to make better use of the Gutenberg editor in this edition of my roundup. Additionally, I’m highlighting two WordPress related events as well as two very different, but highly recommended WordPress newsletters. WordPress Newsletters I’d like to highlight two very different kinds of WordPress related …Read: "WordPress newsletter recommendations, related events, and Gutenberg writing tips"
Today’s edition of my roundup consists of lots of little interesting bits and updates. It’s been a relatively quiet week, as far as news from the WordPress Community is concerned. But that doesn’t mean there’s nothing to share! Let’s talk some more about Gutenberg integrations and eCommerce solutions! More Gutenberg integrations In my previous Roundup, …Read: "More Gutenberg integrations, eCommerce solutions and an updated Roadmap"
Today’s roundup is a nice collection of interesting things that happened in the WordPress Community in the last couple of weeks. There’s some very exciting news about expanding the WordPress leadership team and I’ll discuss a couple of new features of the next version of WordPress. Expanding WordPress Leadership Matt Mullenweg published a post this …Read: "New roles in the WordPress project, blocks and WordPress 5.1"