It always gets my goat when people leave off escaping in tutorials just to make it easier. The code you just provided will be copied and pasted and then you are the cause of bad code out there.
Successfully crowdfunding open source development is difficult, but not impossible. Here are some of the lessons I took away from my Kickstarter project, “A more RESTful WP-CLI.”
Nathan Rice talks about Gutenberg and front-end performance – particularly if a page isn’t using a particular block, the block plugin will still likely load the CSS for that block.
Code should Get Out Of My Way. GoomWay!
As usual, we start off with a few Gutenberg updates. Gutenberg 2.5 was officially released on March 29th, with a heavy focus on new and improved tools to extend and interact with the editor. On the user side, there are updates to shared blocks, font size UI, accessibility, mobile, stability, and many bug fixes. Zac Gordon explains…
Matt Medeiros, Joe Howard, Birgit Pauli-Haack, and Sarah Gooding discuss the WordPress news space with David Bisset and Dan Knauss.