Gutenberg 6.3 has been released with several new accessibility features, including “Navigation Mode” which is loaded by default. Navigation mode “allows you to move from block to block” with the Tab key, and the arrow keys let you navigate between blocks. ⌨️
All the new developments this week at WordPress.org that WordPress product and service providers need to know.
Gutenberg 7.4 🇰🇷 is out. It includes an official tool to scaffold blocks quickly, a handy color tool for Group and Column blocks, updates to the link UI with RichText formats, prettier formatting, and more.
The things that unite us aren’t always what we expect. And sometimes they’re the same things that divide us — or at least a fraction of us.
In this episode, Tiffany Bridge joins Cory Miller to talk about the latest innovations she and her team at Nexcess have created for beginner online store owners, simplifying WordPress for users, and the ongoing battles between centralization and decentralization.
Building an empire on free code: Matt talks WordPress outside the bubble. James Kemp, Anh Tran, and Phil Webster on WooCommerce options for licensing. Adam Silver on testimonials that help you grow. Anne Bovelett on accessibility and page builders. Jamie Marsland wonders if people building third-party plugins for the block editor have been too preoccupied with whether or not they could that they didn’t stop to ask if they should. Are they heading in the wrong direction?
As we move forward in 2018 with Gutenberg‘s release looming closer, more is being written about its possible impact, the currently foreseen problems it may solve, the potential problems it will create, and so on. Here are a few recent contributions from the WordPress community that I’ve been thinking over. Bridget Willard expressed her concern…