Jon Quach, a designer at Automattic, has written a proposal for creating new WordPress Style Guide resources. Jon suggests, “It might be helpful to improve the guide by building resources in a new open documentation site, one with features like instant copy/paste and code snippets where applicable.” ✂️
Way to many developers leave documentation to the end, and that’s not what we should be doing. Documentation is a very important part of your project.
WordPress 6.1 walkthrough replay • Matt: WebP no go • Matt: Core needs to be more editorial • Survey: How do you learn WordPress?
I had the privilege to attend and be the media partner at A Day of REST, the world’s first conference devoted to the WordPress REST API. Here’s my initial review, and some pictures, from the event.
Philip Arthur Moore is the Premium Theme team lead at Automattic. I’m thrilled to have been able to ask Philip some questions about WordPress.com premium themes, their processes, and working at Automattic. His answers are thorough and very insightful, and I’m thankful for the time he spent on this. You’re the Premium Theme Lead at…
Warren Holmes is the Chief Information Officer at WooThemes. He tells a story on his personal blog how WooThemes opened up their documentation site from behind the paywall, and now that site is the referrer for 60% of their revenue. It’s pretty amazing what a happy accident that must be. I’ve always been an advocate…
WordPress 3.7, “Basie”, has just been released. It’s been named in honor of Count Basie. The WordPress 3.7 development cycle is the quickest turnaround between major versions of WordPress ever. You may not notice a whole lot of sexy new (visible) features in this version, but the release is a huge win for the platform….