Front end editing was highlighted as a possible “feature as plugin” concept last month. Now, some initial concepts and a (very raw) plugin are out with some ideas and concepts. It's a good time to have your say on how this may eventually be integrated into WordPress core. I am particularly happy Ben Gillbanks brought up the question he did. Front end editing and content blocks need to be seamless, in my opinion.
Otto chimed in to answer this interesting question at Stack Exchange. Apparently WordPress will accept passwords up to 4096 bytes. Of course, there’s more to it than that…
In this episode, Brian and Brian discuss a variety of news topics spanning design, development, and business.
Matt Mullenweg took the stage once again for his annual “State of the Word” talk at WordCamp US in a packed room of over 1,500 attendees.
There’s a ton of discussion going on around the WordPress.org theme review incentive program right now. The incentive program was structured around a concept of rewarding reviewers for their work by allowing them to choose which themes get featured on the WordPress theme showcase, based on how many themes they review and approve in a given month….
After interviewing thirteen WordPress developers for a book on getting up and running with WordPress development, I have some key takeaways that I’d like to share with you.
NitroPack is hosting a free webinar on Wednesday, September 14th at 5pm EET / 11:00am ET, NitroPack’s team jointly with Salvatore Denaro, Technical Consultant at Google, will discuss all things Core Web Vitals, web performance, and WordPress. Register today!