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"
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Have you ever done a fresh install of Yoast SEO for WordPress on your WordPress website? Or perhaps you haven’t installed Yoast SEO yet, and you’re wondering what to expect? Perhaps the better question would be: have you ever tried our Yoast SEO configuration wizard? Our wizard takes care of all the little things that …Read: "The Yoast SEO configuration wizard"
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"
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"
This post explains what AMP is and aims to do, who should implement and why, how to get your WordPress site ready for AMP and how to make sure Yoast SEO integrates nicely with it. What are Accelerated Mobile Pages/AMP? The Accelerated Mobile Pages project aims to make pages load instantly on mobile. The web is slow …Read: "Setting up WordPress for AMP: Accelerated Mobile Pages"
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"
We have a wide arrange of topics to discuss in this roundup. Everything from a perfect microblogging theme, to spinning up your WordPress hosting environment and lots in between. And, there are even some bonus links this time. Let’s dive in! Happy Sweet 16 WordPress! Today is an extra special day in the land of …Read: "Happy sweet 16 WordPress, microblogging and Hello theme launch"
As soon as WordPress 5.3 comes out, Yoast will only support WordPress 5.2 and WordPress 5.3, and not versions before that. This means we’ll end our support for WordPress 4.9, which we’d kept alive for a little bit longer than usual to allow people to transition to WordPress 5.0 and the classic editor. I’d like …Read: "Supporting older versions of WordPress"