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WordPress 6.0: Top 20 New Features & Improvements - iThemes

WordPress 6.0 is slated for release on May 24, 2022, as the second major WordPress core release of the year. WordPress 6.0 includes over 500 enhancements and 400 bug fixes intended to make your content-creation and site-building experience with WordPress… Continue Reading →

Editor chat agenda: 25th May 2022 - Make WordPress Core

Facilitator and notetaker: @zieladam. This is the agenda for the weekly editor chat scheduled for 2022-05-25 14:00 UTC. This meeting is held in the #core-editor channel in the Making WordPress Slack. Gutenberg 13.3.0. WordPress 6.0.Key projects updates:Navigation blockComments loop blockSite editorPatternsStylingMobile TeamComponents TeamTask Coordination.Open Floor. If… Continue Reading →

Design Share: May 9–20 - Make WordPress Design

Hi, all! Here are a few projects the Design Team has contributed to over the past couple of weeks. Multi-entity Saving: drafting and scheduling changes @javiarce revisited his original design proposal to add drafting and scheduling capabilities to the site editor. Design of… Continue Reading →

Themes team meeting agenda for May 24, 2022 - Make WordPress Themes

This is the themes team biweekly team meeting agenda. The themes team conducts a meeting on the second and fourth Tuesday of the month. This month second meeting is on 24th of May. The meeting takes place in the #themereview channel on the WordPress Slack and you need an… Continue Reading →

How to Add a Sticky Contact Form to Your Page - Elegant Themes

Divi’s built-in sticky options allow you to create stunning visual effects on your page with just a few clicks. You can apply sticky effects to any element on your page, but in this tutorial, we will focus on how to… Continue Reading →

WordPress vs ExpressionEngine - Elegant Themes

WordPress and ExpressionEngine are both Content Management Systems (CMS). That means they’re software designed to help you publish and display blog posts, products, events, and almost any other type of online content you can imagine. However, every CMS approaches content… Continue Reading →

New Video Explores Site Building Progress From WordPress 5.0 to 6.0 - WP Tavern

Do you remember what it was like to use WordPress 5.0? Three years and ten major releases have radically changed the site building experience, but it’s not always easy to see recognize when focused on some of the smaller, iterative… Continue Reading →

15 Web Design Principles for a Customer-Friendly Website - Kinsta Blog

Imagine walking into a retail store to look for some new work clothes. You notice stains on the floor, disorganized shelves, and a strange odor as you look around. Would you stay in the store and buy from the retailer?… Continue Reading →

Why Website Security Matters to Your Business - iThemes

Have you ever thought about why website security matters to your business? If you lock your office door when you leave at the end of the day, or you keep your money in a safe, you have a basic idea… Continue Reading →

WordPress 6.0 Release Candidate 4 (RC4) Now Available for Testing - Make WordPress Core

WordPress 6.0 is scheduled for release next week on May 24, 2022! This RC4 release is the last milestone for testing ahead of the official release. You can view changes since the RC3 release via Gutenberg and Trac. Thank you… Continue Reading →

How to Use Divi’s Background Mask & Pattern Transform Settings - Elegant Themes

Background patterns are a great way to give your website some visual flair and stand out from the crowd. Divi’s new background mask and pattern transform settings can be combined in many ways to create those background patterns. In this… Continue Reading →

Essential plugins to build better WordPress sites for clients  - GoDaddy Garage

With over 55,000 known plugins available for WordPress, it can get just a little confusing — to say the least — knowing the essential plugins for a WordPress site. There are plugins for functionality, SEO, security, and more. While there… Continue Reading →

7 Myths About Virtual Call Centers Debunked! - WP Dev Shed

Virtual call centers use modern technology to provide an excellent customer experience, but they face a few misconceptions. Old-school managers think remote agents aren’t as productive, and many think call centers are expensive. However, virtual call centers provide an environment… Continue Reading →

10 Alibaba Statistics That Prove the Success of the Empire - WP Loop

We’re here to look at the biggest eCommerce website in the world and one of the biggest companies both in China and globally — Alibaba. There are very few people who haven’t heard about Alibaba already because it offers a… Continue Reading →

How To Secure Your Website and Protect It From Data Breaches - WP Dev Shed

In the past 12 months, roughly 40% of UK businesses identified a data breach. A data breach is the result of a cybersecurity attack, which allows malicious actors to get access to sensitive, confidential or protected data. Stolen information may… Continue Reading →

4 Data Security Measures Software Services Need to Take - WP Dev Shed

Lately, there’s so much noise in the media about data breaches and compromises that it can be difficult for businesses, consumers, and the general public to understand their exposure and pinpoint real threats. The chance is they will place this… Continue Reading →

4 Essential Tips on How to Start a Successful Travel Blog - WP Dev Shed

Creating a website for your online blog is much easier now than it used to be a decade ago or even half a decade ago. Nowadays, if you want to start a blog of any kind of focus, you can… Continue Reading →

Core Editor Improvement: Creating & containing containers - Make WordPress Core

These “Core Editor Improvement…” posts (labeled with the #core-editor-improvement tag) are a series dedicated to highlighting various new features, improvements, and more from Core Editor related projects.  In the last few versions of Gutenberg set to be included in WordPress… Continue Reading →

WordPress 6.0 Release Day Process - Make WordPress Core

Preparation for WordPress 6.0 final release is underway. This post shares the release process, including the timeline and how you can help. Release Timeline Overview The current plan is: Release an additional, fourth RC version on 2022-05-20 16:00Dry Run is… Continue Reading →

Dev Chat Summary, May 18, 2022 - Make WordPress Core

Agenda followed for the weekly WordPress Developers Chat which included updates on the next major release 6.0. The meeting was facilitated by @marybaum and @webcommsat Start of the meeting in #Core channel on the Make WordPress Slack. 2. Announcements WordPress 6.0 RC3… Continue Reading →

How to create Block templates in WordPress - GoDaddy Garage

Have you ever considered what a browser does when your website loads? There are quite a few processes that happen. Your browser displays a mix of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript for you to view. When you are using a content… Continue Reading →

WP Tavern Is Hiring - WP Tavern

WP Tavern is looking for talented writers who are eager to report on WordPress news every day. We cover a wide range of topics, including (but not limited to) the Gutenberg project, core development, e-commerce, community, plugin and theme ecosystems,… Continue Reading →

The WordPress wp-config.php File Explained - iThemes

The WordPress wp-config.php file is one of the most important files in your WordPress installation. Without the wp-config file, your WordPress website simply couldn’t function. In this post, we’ll cover an overview of the contents of the wp-config.php file, how… Continue Reading →

Convesio Managed WordPress Hosting Review - Elegant Themes

Managed WordPress hosting with Convesio is for sites that need to scale flawlessly. Companies like Flywheel, Pressable, and WP Engine offer optimized server environments for WordPress, too. Those include user-friendly dashboards and full-featured security suites. Convesio is also WordPress-specific and… Continue Reading →

Accessibility Team Meeting Agenda: May 20, 2022 - Make WordPress Accessible

This is the proposed agenda for the weekly Accessibility Team meeting on Friday, May 20, 2022, 16:00 UTC. Due to Wordcamp Europe 2022, should the Accessibility Team meeting be rescheduled on June 3rd or canceled? If canceled, the next meeting… Continue Reading →

Editor Chat Summary: 18th May 2022 - Make WordPress Core

This post summarises the weekly editor chat meeting (agenda here) held on 2022-05-18 14:00 UTC in Slack. Moderated by @get_dave. Status Updates The RC for Gutenberg 13.3.0 was released – thanks to @welcher for leading this one.As we know WP… Continue Reading →

Vue vs React: Which One Should You Use? - Kinsta Blog

Businesses nowadays aspire to develop a high-quality web application within a short period of time. There are many JavaScript frameworks you can select from to implement a web application, and Vue and React are two of the top contenders. In… Continue Reading →

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Meet Kinsta at WordCamp Europe 2022 in Porto - Kinsta Blog

We are happy to announce that team Kinsta will be attending WordCamp Europe 2022 in Porto! Adrián Sebastián Izquierdo, our Affiliate and Partnerships Manager, and Marcel Bootsman, Marketing Manager for the Dutch Market, will represent Kinsta in Porto in June…. Continue Reading →

WordPress Vulnerability Report – May 18, 2022 - iThemes

Vulnerable plugins and themes are the #1 reason WordPress websites get hacked. The weekly WordPress Vulnerability Report powered by WPScan covers recent WordPress plugin, theme, and core vulnerabilities, and what to do if you run one of the vulnerable plugins or themes… Continue Reading →

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