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"
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Many, many sites have an FAQ page. This is a page where a lot of frequently asked questions get the appropriate answer. It is often a single page filled to the brim with questions and answers. While it’s easy to add one, it’s good to keep in mind that not all sites need an FAQ. …Read: "How to build a structured data-powered FAQ page using Yoast SEO"
We had a lot going on this past week in the world of WordPress. Lots of interesting plugins and tutorials and general WordPress news. WordPress 5.2.2 is still slated for this week, but don’t let that stop you from catching up first! Let’s dive in! New Wordfence Login Security Plugin Wordfence, a Firewall & Malware …Read: "Sign in with Apple ID, full site editing plugin and bonus links"
While we’re getting ready to see WordPress 5.2.2 released next week, today’s roundup focuses partly on the Block Editor. I’m also highlighting two plugins that work wonderfully with the Block Editor. One is for creating creative grid layouts and one is for ad management. Let’s dive in! Block Library Project The project for the Block …Read: "Block Editor news and plugin tips"
Today’s roundup focuses on some theme related news items, as well as some tutorials and a lot of ACF goodies. But, don’t worry, I’m also bringing you up to speed on WordPress 5.2 and the new Gutenberg update. Would be weird if I didn’t, right? 😏 Genesis 2.10 The Genesis framework saw a nice update …Read: "Theme news, tutorials, ACF, and WordPress update"
It’s time for another roundup, packed with updates. Today’s headlines: WooCommerce finally embracing the Gutenberg editor fully, AMP for WordPress delivering great improvements with their new update and an introduction to WPGraphQL. So much WordPress news to cover! WooCommerce 3.6 Loves Gutenberg WooCommerce saw an update that delivers much better integration with the new Block …Read: "WooCommerce 3.6, AMP plugin update, WPGraphQL and WordPress news"
Today I’d like to highlight two plugins that supercharge the new Block Editor experience. They’re very different in nature, but I find them both equally impressive. There’s some news about the upcoming WordPress 5.2 release, and there might be mention of a bonus link. Come and find out. Gutenberg on steroids We’re four, five months …Read: "Tips to enhance your experience with the Block Editor"
Today’s roundup is all about various upcoming updates across the WordPress ecosphere. From WordPress itself to Gutenberg, PHP, and WooCommerce. Let’s get started! WordPress wants you to update your PHP If you’ve been following my roundups, you may recall that WordPress is finally bumping its minimum PHP requirement in the upcoming WordPress 5.2 release. I usually …Read: "PHP requirement for WordPress, WooCommerce dashboard and Gutenberg 5.4"
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"