Whether it’s a new blog or an old blog, maybe it’s time to give it a blessing.
Kim Parsell Memorial Scholarship returns to WCUS › Think like a platform again! › Leo Gopal on support for mental health in the community › WP Accessibility Day › Performance Lab 1.1.0 › The WordPress Way › Dropping jQuery for speed › More to WP than Headless and FSE for devs › and more…
ThemeLab has been around since 2007, started by Leland Fiegel. Leland released dozens of themes on ThemeLab, most of which were free. He also wrote a consistent blog and was generally an active member of the WordPress community. Over time though, as has so often been true, his activity slowed and the site lost focus….
tl;dr – put wp-config.php in your .gitignore file!
Although there have been some recent enhancements in WooCommerce in this area, product filters have not been a strong feature. If you’ve struggled with that missing feature, you’ll be glad to know Barn2 Plugins has rolled out WooCommerce Product Filters. They have a nice explainer about it in the launch announcement:
In this episode of Post Status Excerpt, Cory comes back freshly tanned from CaboPress to share his experiences and one big takeaway point that everyone can appreciate.
Mel Choyce laid out a slew of customization opportunities for the next several months. Customization is one of three core focus areas, along with the editor and the REST API. She defines the goal for the customizer work as this: our goal is to help people accomplish the following: “I want to make a site…