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Prime Locations For Real Estate In New Hampshire - WP Dev Shed

A top real estate agent will always be able to answer your questions and help you navigate the real estate process.  Realtors in Concord, NH, are committed, reliable, and experienced.  They’ll easily walk you through the complicated real estate world… Continue Reading →

A Week in Core – January 30, 2022 - Make WordPress Core

Welcome back to a new issue of Week in Core. Let’s take a look at what changed on Trac between January 23 and January 30, 2022. 49 commits 59 contributors 62 tickets created 6 tickets reopened 62 tickets closed Ticket numbers… Continue Reading →

WordPress Contributors Work Towards Removing Site Editor Beta Label for 6.2 Release - WP Tavern

Will WordPress be ready to remove the Beta label from the Site Editor in the upcoming 6.2 release? The project’s Executive Director Josepha Haden Chomphosy addressed this question in her latest WP Briefing podcast episode titled “What Does Concluding a… Continue Reading →

WordPress Launches Old Tickets Trac Triage Sessions - WP Tavern

As part of the big picture goals for WordPress in 2023, the project is embarking on an effort to work through old tickets that are stuck due to no consensus, missing decisions, or multiple possible solutions. WordPress Core Committer Jb… Continue Reading →

CodeIgniter vs Laravel: A Detailed Side-by-Side Comparison - Kinsta Blog

There is no competition for PHP’s throne on the web. It powers 79% of all websites to some degree. Developers organized and packaged some commonly used PHP functions, known in bundled form as PHP frameworks, to make PHP more flexible…. Continue Reading →

The 2022 WordPress Vulnerability Annual Report - iThemes

WordPress core is solid — what you install in it may not be. How secure is WordPress? Against a backdrop of steadily increasing global cyberattacks and sophisticated cybercrime targetting more than half of all small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) in… Continue Reading →

Get a Free Saas Product Layout Pack for Divi - Elegant Themes

Hey Divi Nation! Thanks for joining us for the next installment of our weekly Divi Design Initiative; where each week, we give away a brand new Layout Pack for Divi. This time around, the design team has created a beautiful… Continue Reading →

15 Best New Fonts, January 2023 - Web Designer Depot

Your choice of typeface significantly impacts the tone of voice your designs adopt. Heritage, ambition, freshness, energy, utility and more can all be communicated with the right font. And so, every month, we put together this roundup of the 15… Continue Reading →

How to avoid burnout and keep thriving in your venture - GoDaddy Garage

The first time I considered how to avoid burnout came when I was a fresh-faced newspaper reporter straight out of journalism school. Eager to become the next Bob Woodward or Hunter S. Thompson, I hung around the newsroom late into… Continue Reading →

Multi-Currency For WooCommerce: Get Started Now! - WP Mayor

By default, WooCommerce shows all the prices of online shops in American dollars (USD). It can be confusing for people outside of the US. Therefore, WooCommerce website owners need to show their prices in the native currency of their users. … Continue Reading →

WP Briefing: Episode 48: What Does Concluding a Gutenberg Phase Really Mean? - WordPress.org News

On episode forty-eight of the WordPress Briefing podcast, Executive Director Josepha Haden Chomphosy reflects on the closing of Gutenberg phase two, and what that means in the larger context of the project. Have a question you’d like answered? You can… Continue Reading →

Editor Chat Agenda: February 1st 2023 - Make WordPress Core

Facilitator and notetaker: @fabiankaegy This is the agenda for the weekly editor chat scheduled for Wednesday, February 1st 2023, 03:00 PM GMT+1. This meeting is held in the #core-editor channel in the Making WordPress Slack. The RC of Gutenberg 15.1 was delayed one week and will happen on February 1st to… Continue Reading →

Core Editor chat summary: 25th January 2023 - Make WordPress Core

This post summarises the weekly editor chat meeting (agenda here) held on 2023-01-25 14:00 UTC in Slack. Moderated by @get_dave. Status Updates Version 15.0.0 of the Gutenberg Plugin is the latest major version and version 15.0.1 was also released to resolve some iframe issues…. Continue Reading →

Design Share: Jan 16-Jan 27 - Make WordPress Design

Hi, all! Here are a few projects the Design Team has contributed to over the past couple of weeks. Hosting Redesign The Hosting page of WordPress.org is currently being redesigned, here’s a first iteration with a clean, white look, similar… Continue Reading →

Divi Plugin Highlight: Divi Accordions Plus - Elegant Themes

Divi Accordions Plus is a third-party module for the Divi Builder that adds a new accordion builder. Use multiple Divi Accordions Plus Modules together on a single page and they work as a single accordion, so when one opens another… Continue Reading →

Accessibility Team Meeting Notes: January 20, 2023 - Make WordPress Accessible

These are the weekly notes for the Accessibility Team meeting that happens on Fridays. You can read the full transcript on our Slack channel and the meeting’s agenda here. Updates from the working groups Only groups that provided updates are… Continue Reading →

How to Use the WordPress Query Loop Block - Elegant Themes

The WordPress editor is growing into a full-fledged site builder. Thanks to the full site editing and the new theme blocks like the Query Loop Block, you can display lists of dynamic content for any post type anywhere in WordPress… Continue Reading →

Dev Chat summary, January 25, 2023 - Make WordPress Core

Start of the weekly WordPress developers chat in the core channel of the Make WordPress Slack. The Agenda followed. Announcements none Highlighted posts a) A Week in Core – January 23, 2023 b) Components@francina recommend reading about every component to… Continue Reading →

Divi Plugin Highlight: Divi/Gutenberg/Woo Cross-Domain Copy Paste for Divi and Gutenberg - Elegant Themes

The Divi/Gutenberg/Woo Cross-Domain Content Copy Paste System (CCPS) plugin allows you to easily copy and paste Divi, Gutenberg, and WooCommerce layouts across websites on different domains. This could be convenient for building a layout on one site and moving it… Continue Reading →

The Pros and Cons of Responsive Web Design in 2023 - Web Designer Depot

Responsive web design has been such a success for many web designers that it is generally seen as the default approach to creating a website, but it’s not as cut and dried as all that. There are many different factors… Continue Reading →

10 Best Point-of-Sale Tools and Plugins for Your WordPress Business - WPMU Dev

If your commerce platform is online and in-person, you need flexibility regarding payments. This article covers agile point-of-sale tools and plugins that can power your business on WordPress. We will showcase some plugins and other options that allow you to… Continue Reading →

Python vs Java: Pick What’s Best for Your Project - Kinsta Blog

In the modern development ecosystem, there are many programming languages to learn that can get a job done. Among today’s most popular general-purpose languages are Java and Python. Both are incredibly versatile and are often used for web and mobile… Continue Reading →

X-post: WordPress.org Redesign Recent Launches - Make WordPress Design

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WordPress Project to Evaluate Replacing Slack with Matrix Open Source Chat - WP Tavern

WordPress and Matrix contributors are proposing a new Meta team subproject that would explore replacing Slack communication with Matrix, an open source federated chat system. Matrix already powers a variety of communication tools, including Element, the most mature Matrix client –… Continue Reading →

TwentyTwentyThree: A WordPress theme looking toward the future - GoDaddy Garage

The release of WordPress 6.1 on Nov. 1, 2023, introduced a new stock theme: TwentyTwentyThree. As with any stock theme, the purpose is to show off the shiny new toys that ship with the newest version of WordPress. TwentyTwentyThree gives… Continue Reading →

How to Use the WordPress Stack Block - Elegant Themes

Thanks to the introduction of Gutenberg blocks in version 5.8, WordPress makes it easy to organize your content and create awesome patterns. With the help of the WordPress Stack Block, you can add any type of block you choose, then… Continue Reading →

WooCommerce Permalinks: Tips & Tricks - WP Mayor

Learn the tips and tricks for setting up and optimizing WooCommerce permalinks for better SEO performance. From choosing the right structure to troubleshooting common issues, get the most out of your WooCommerce URLs. The post “WooCommerce Permalinks: Tips & Tricks”… Continue Reading →

SQLite Database Integration Now Available as a Plugin for Testing - WP Tavern

WordPress’ Performance Team is working on unbundling the Performance Lab plugin after feedback from Matt Mullenweg who requested large features become their own community plugins with the possibility of becoming canonical plugins. As part of this effort, the new SQLite… Continue Reading →

Agenda for the January 26th Support Meeting - Support Everything WordPress

The weekly support meeting will be held on Thursday, January 26th, 2023, 17:00 UTC in #forums on Slack. (a Slack account is required) Headlines / Community updates This is where news that are relevant or good to know for the team from across… Continue Reading →

Vagrant vs Docker: Which Is Right for You? (Could Be Both) - Kinsta Blog

DevOps teams are under increasing pressure to deliver greater functionality to customers quickly. Cloud providers offer a solution through scalable platforms with excellent CLI and API integrations. Unfortunately, the interfaces exposed by cloud providers can be incompatible. But some cloud-native… Continue Reading →

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