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Full Page Patterns Are Still the Missing Piece of Block WordPress Theme Development - WP Tavern

It was the early days of the Gutenberg project. Many on the Theme Review Team and those in design circles were trying to wrap their heads around this new concept called blocks. In particular, we wanted to know how it… Continue Reading →

Open Survey for WordPress Theme Authors on JSON Files and Block Themes - WP Tavern

WordPress 5.8 introduced an opt-in system for themes to configure block settings, styles, templates, and more. It is done through a new theme.json file that authors can put at the root of their theme folders. Anne McCarthy, the lead of… Continue Reading →

Gutenberg + Themes: Week of July 26, 2021 - Make WordPress Themes

Hello! This is the 59th weekly roundup of theme-related discussions, fixes, and developments in Gutenberg.   As always, please weigh in on the tickets below — your feedback is crucial and appreciated.  Issues / Discussions & PRs Themes: Cover block: Text… Continue Reading →

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Configuring Theme Design with theme.json - WordPress.org News

Starting in WordPress 5.8, a new tool — “theme.json” — is available to use in your theme. Maybe you’re hearing about it for the first time, or maybe you’re testing and developing themes with it already. Either way, I’m glad you’re… Continue Reading →

Theme Creation Will Be Easier, But We Are Not There Yet - WP Tavern

“The way that themes have evolved within WordPress has made creating them easier,” wrote Tammie Lister in the opening line of her article titled Theme creation is now easier. “That feels like a bold statement, but it’s true.” It is… Continue Reading →

iThemes Security 8.0 Brings New Design, Features - iThemes

Let’s take a look at iThemes Security 8.0, the most user-friendly, easy to configure, best-looking WordPress security plugin to secure and protect your WordPress website! What’s New (and Awesome) in iThemes Security 8.0 A Note On Updating to iThemes Security… Continue Reading →

Themes Team Meeting Notes – July 27, 2021 - Make WordPress Themes

You can find the full meeting transcript on Slack (login required). Meeting coordinator: @kaflegNotes kept by @Benachi This meeting was based on the agenda. You can check agendas here.  1. Weekly updates The themes team published weekly updates about tickets and HelpScout emails. See this… Continue Reading →

10 Best Event & Conference Themes for WordPress (+ Our Picks) - WP Kube

The post 10 Best Event & Conference Themes for WordPress (+ Our Picks) is written by Timo Kiander and appeared first on WPKube. Would you like to attract potential customers and business partners to your next seminar so that you… Continue Reading →

Themes Team Meeting Agenda for July 27, 2021 - Make WordPress Themes

Channel: #themereview | Time: Tuesday, July 27 2021, 15:00 UTC The themes team conducts a meeting on the second and fourth Tuesday of the month.The meeting takes place in the #themereview channel on the WordPress Slack and you need an account to participate. Along with the fixed agendas, we have an open floor… Continue Reading →

Next Phase of the WordPress Theme Review Overhaul: Open Meeting and Call for Feedback - WP Tavern

The WordPress.org Themes Team announced an open discussion and date for a Zoom meeting with theme authors. The team is proposing a new set of guidelines that reduces and simplifies what is currently in place. Comments on the proposal are… Continue Reading →

Gutenberg + Themes: Week of July 19, 2021 - Make WordPress Themes

Hello! This is the 58th weekly roundup of theme-related discussions, fixes, and developments in Gutenberg.   As always, please weigh in on the tickets below — your feedback is crucial and appreciated.  Issues / Discussions & PRs FSE: Fix nested layout… Continue Reading →

How To Install A WordPress Theme - Blogging Wizard

You’ve found the perfect WordPress theme but how do you install it? No problem. We’ve got you covered. In this post, you will learn how to install a WordPress theme….

Gutenberg + Themes: Week of July 16, 2021 - Make WordPress Themes

Hello! This is the 57th weekly roundup of theme-related discussions, fixes, and developments in Gutenberg.   As always, please weigh in on the tickets below — your feedback is crucial and appreciated.  Issues / Discussions & PRs Themes: theme.json properties can’t… Continue Reading →

Themes Team Meeting Notes – July 13, 2021 - Make WordPress Themes

You can find the full meeting transcript on Slack (login required). Meeting coordinator: @kaflegNotes kept by @Benachi This meeting was based on the agenda. You can check agendas here.  1. Weekly updates The themes team published weekly updates about tickets and HelpScout emails. See this week’s… Continue Reading →

10 WordPress Theme Features You Need - iThemes

Have you been wondering which WordPress theme features you need to build a great website? Having a website gives you the ability to reach out to a broader audience in a variety of directions, but having the right theme features… Continue Reading →

Themes Team Meeting Agenda for July 13, 2021 - Make WordPress Themes

Channel: #themereview | Time: Tuesday, July 13 2021, 15:00 UTC The themes team conducts a meeting on the second and fourth Tuesday of the month.The meeting takes place in the #themereview channel on the WordPress Slack and you need an account to participate. Along with the fixed… Continue Reading →

Gutenberg + Themes: Week of July 9, 2021 - Make WordPress Themes

Hello! This is the 56th weekly roundup of theme-related discussions, fixes, and developments in Gutenberg.   This week includes a few items specific to the upcoming release of WordPress 5.8. As always, please weigh in on the tickets below — your… Continue Reading →

Summary: Theme features in WordPress 5.8 - Make WordPress Themes

The release of WordPress 5.8 is planned for July 20, 2021, and is now at release candidate 2.WordPress 5.8 includes important theme updates. You can test the features with the beta tester plugin. This post is a summary. See the… Continue Reading →

10 Best Food Blog Themes for WordPress: It Can’t Get Any Tastier Than This! - WP Kube

The post 10 Best Food Blog Themes for WordPress: It Can’t Get Any Tastier Than This! is written by Timo Kiander and appeared first on WPKube. Are you are a food lover with a burning desire to share your delicious… Continue Reading →

Block-based Themes Meeting Agenda: July 7, 2021 - Make WordPress Themes

Below is the agenda for this week’s Block-based Themes meeting. Time: Wednesday, July 7, 2021, 11:00 AM EDT Channel: #themereview Agenda Block-based theme updates in GutenbergTT1 Blocks updateOpen Floor / Q&A Please comment if you have any specific topics you’d… Continue Reading →

Best Of WordPress Themes For Lawyers - JustWP

Here in this article, we have showcased the best of WordPress lawyers themes for you. Hope you like the collection. Adept Style Key Features The theme is translated into English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. Responsive layout with… Continue Reading →

Gutenberg + Themes: Week of July 2, 2021 - Make WordPress Themes

Hello! This is the 55th weekly roundup of theme-related discussions, fixes, and developments in Gutenberg.   This week includes a few items specific to the upcoming release of WordPress 5.8. As always, please weigh in on the tickets below — your… Continue Reading →

What is Kadence Theme? 10 Reasons to Use Kadence - iThemes

Have you been wondering just what is Kadence Theme? Since Kadence WP joined the iThemes family, there has been a lot of talk about the Kadence Theme and the Starter Templates. It’s time to dig deeper into what is Kadence… Continue Reading →

Gatsby WP Themes Launches New Marketplace - WP Tavern

The Gatsby WP Themes project has launched a new marketplace for developers who are building WordPress-powered sites with Gatsby on the frontend. Originally founded by Zac Gordon and Alexandra Spalato, the commercial venture is now primarily managed by Spalato and… Continue Reading →

Block Patterns Will Change Everything, Part 2: Headers and Footers - WP Tavern

It is hard to believe that it was over a year ago — March 23, 2020, to be exact — that I wrote a post on why block patterns would be the future of WordPress. It has been a slow… Continue Reading →

iThemes Security Pro Feature Spotlight – Onboarding - iThemes

In the Feature Spotlight posts, we will highlight a feature in the iThemes Security Pro plugin and share a bit about why we developed the feature, who the feature is for, and how to use the feature. Today we will… Continue Reading →

FSE Outreach Round #8: A Developer-Centric Call for Testing Theme JSON Configuration - WP Tavern

Round #8 of the Full Site Editing (FSE) Outreach Program began yesterday. Instead of the user-centric call for testing features from the UI, program lead Anne McCarthy asks that volunteers dive into code. The new adventure is all about testing… Continue Reading →

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Themes Team Meeting Notes – June 22, 2021 - Make WordPress Themes

You can find the full meeting transcript on Slack (login required). Meeting coordinator: @poenaNotes kept by @kafleg This meeting was based on the agenda. You can check agendas here. This agenda was for June 08 meeting. The meeting was postponed due to WordCamp Europe 2021…. Continue Reading →

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