WP Engineer looks into a fairly trivial, but interesting aspect of WordPress vocabulary. Just how recent of a span of time is WordPress identifying when it lists “Recently Active” plugins?
I was very happy to read this post on WP Beginner in support of leaving dates on blog posts. It’s bugged me for years that WP Beginner (and loads of other sites) didn’t have them, because like they say in the article, it makes it hard to verify the usefulness of the post if you don’t know…
Here’s the week’s news from WordPress.org that you don’t want to miss! Be sure to share this resource with your product and project managers.
WordPress plugin popularity has always been pretty tough to figure out. We only had download counts or independent, third party website scrapers to tell us anything. Now, WordPress.org itself has more data that’s being tested and launched to give us real insight into the popularity of WordPress plugins.
Jessica Frick is the Director of Operations for Pressable, where she’s focused on creating the best managed WordPress hosting experience possible.
Shows how to remove the WordPress admin bar. Then wraps it in a current_user_can check to keep it around for site admins.
John Maeda posted his slides (along link to video) of his 2017 Design in Tech Report at SXSW together with Jackie Xu. Some “key observations” include: – Design isn’t just about beauty; it’s about market relevance and meaningful results. – At top business schools, design thinking is moving into the curriculum — driven by market…