Chris Coyier explores how different Content Management Systems handle blocks of content. Chris considers CraftCMS, Drupal, and WordPress with SiteOrigin’s Page Builder as well as Gutenberg.
Nico Prat talks about ACF Blocks with Gutenberg and Sage, a WordPress starter theme. The article is in French, but Chrome translated it quite well for me.
Restrict Content Pro released its 3.4 beta. The upcoming 3.4 release promises to include auto-renew toggles, a payments importer tool, new logging functionality, and a bug fix related to renewal expiration dates. 🐛
It’s still far from simple to do well — let alone do better — what was first possible in the Web 1.0 era, even before WordPress was born. Thoughts on “WordPress Lite” and “Create Once, Publish Everywhere.”
Upcoming Events 📆 WordSesh 2021 was announced with sessions on May 25 – 27 and workshops from May 28 – June 1. Registration is free. 🆓 WPCampus 2021 Online is a free online conference for web accessibility and WordPress in higher education. It is happening on September 21-22. There is a call for speakers. 👩🎓…
What if it’s not between open and closed but centralized and decentralized?
If you dabble in CSS animations and CSS scroll effects, Zach Saucier has a great overview of scroll technologies that target specific and more general scroll behaviors. 📜 Also from CSS Tricks, Chris Coyier shares some different perceptions of Developer Experience (DX). Not everyone sees it the same way. Finally, if you aren’t deeply into…