WP-CLI version 1.2.0 has been released with a bunch of enhancements and bug fixes. In a big organizational change, the main wp-cli/wp-cli repository only contains the framework itself now. All the bundled commands can be found in separate repositories. This allows for faster testing and better updating, among other benefits.
This interview is with Jonathan Williamson, co-founder of CGCookie. He’s going to talk to us about running a real world membership website on WordPress. Jonathan is Pippin Williamson’s twin brother, and he has years of experience running membership websites. There is much that we can learn from him.
Here’s the week’s news from WordPress.org that you don’t want to miss! Be sure to share this resource with your product and project managers.
Here’s a good reminder from Ben Cullimore that designers should avoid the temptation to overuse icons and start with user needs. Icons have their advantages, but Ben noticed in some of the use cases he shares that some icons do more harm than good. After lots of lab testing and pop-up sessions, his team ended up…
The get_ip_address function is useful for tracking visitors who aren’t logged in as they move through key pages in your store.
Josepha Haden Chomphosy has a new post about some updates to the roadmap and some high-level clarifications about Full Site Editing (SE). 📝 Some Highlights: Full site editing “isn’t shipping as the full, default experience for users… this merge process won’t be an on/off switch. The focus now is not on a full and nuanced…