Mike Jolley, the lead developer and original creator of WooCommerce, has released a beta version of a new plugin called WP Job Manager. It's free and available on Github. Knowing how WooCommerce works, I'm really excited to try this out. In related news, I'd like to know how often Mike sleeps. Surely, it's around once per month.
Rachel Andrew at Smashing Magazine explores the use cases where you might encounter overflow in your web designs. Rachel explains how CSS has evolved to create better ways to manage and design around unknown amounts of content.
Sorry for the shameless plug, but I thought I’d share my interview with Code Poet. I talked about my path into web development and WordPress, but also went into some depth about Post Status.
There are a few nuggets of wisdom in Matt Medeiros’ answers to questions on running a WordPress product and service business after his appearance on the OfficeHours.fm podcast. BTW, OfficeHours.fm reached 100 episodes recently, so congrats to Carrie Dils.
A feature on WP Beginner of a plugin to check back periodically for posts that missed their scheduled publish date.
Tom Hirst makes a business case for headless WordPress. 💼 Tom rightly notes that a business “has to be comfortable at the bleeding edge of web technology,” but if you’re not ready today, good news — “if you start with traditional WordPress, you can switch to headless WordPress at a later date.” I’m confident headless…
Joost de Valk took another look at CMS market share via W3Techs. He notes that WordPress and WooCommerce are growing, but Joomla and Drupal are losing market share. Currently, “Shopify is set to overtake Joomla as the #2 CMS in approximately 7-8 months.” 🛍️