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In this blog WordPress Core team members share their latest findings, awesome projects and everything worth knowing about WordPress and its lovely community.

In February, we moved forward with some of our long-running projects. We worked on the SQLite database proposal, forms and details/summary blocks, PHP autoloader for WordPress core, updating documentation for themes, improving translatable strings in Gutenberg, and addressing coding standards issues in core, among other things. Read on to learn more! Our monthly updates Ari […]

January was an exciting month! Together we worked on PHP 8.0+ compatibility, editor enhancements and accessibility improvements for WordPress version 6.2. Among other things, we attended bug scrubs and the old Trac ticket triage, and helped land the custom CSS feature in the Site Editor. Our monthly updates Andrea In the last month, with the […]

Another month came and went, and we left 2022 behind. Our team was very productive this year! In fact, we were the most active company in the WordPress project after Automattic. In December, most of our team took some well-deserved and needed time off. As a result, the update for December will be a bit […]

WordPress SEO posts

Of course we’ve been writing about WordPress & SEO on our SEO blog for a long time, find those posts here:

Is your website fast enough to compete in SEO? Here are 12 tips to help you get started with speeding up your WordPress website!

WordPress 6.1 receives many performance improvements, made possible by contributors all over the world. Let's take a look at these improvements.

WordPress 6.1 is out! This version comes with lots of new features and improvements. In this post, we're highlighting several notable changes.

Who is writing these WordPress core posts?

This is the team that is (writing about) contributing to WordPress core at Yoast.