A new version of the WordPress Coding Standards (2.1.0) is out. All code sniffs are tested against PHP 7.4 (unstable) now. 👃
Lots of WordPress core, Gutenberg, and WordCamp news this week. Are off-forum .org support requests OK? Matt: Tumblr will be open sourced. What’s the WP Way?
The Genesis 2.7 beta is now available. This update focuses on key architectural components and modernizing the codebase to prepare for some exciting future updates related to WordPress 5.0 and Gutenberg. PHP version 5.3 or greater is required.
WordPress Multisite is a great feature of WordPress. But it’s not always the right feature.
WordPress 6.0.2, Advanced Admin Handbook, Accessibility Tags for Block Themes, and Improving the Template Creation Experience
Since PHP 5.6 or higher will be required as of WordPress 5.2, Gary Pendergast reviewed some of the relevant WordPress Coding Standards and proposed a few changes to them, including anonymous functions and namespaces.
WordPress will support PHP7 officially immediately upon its planned November release, says PHP7 testing extraordinaire Aaron Jorbin. As Aaron notes, PHP7 has significant speed improvements on past versions, and it will be great to be able to use it right away. WordPress unit tests have been running against PHP7 for months now, and all issues…