BRIAN’S NOTES โœ๏ธ Request for Comment…

BRIAN’S NOTES โœ๏ธ Request for Comment on Comments Previously we’ve mentioned Jeremy Felt‘s ideas for how WordPress comments should work. They’re really good, simple steps forward, and this is how we should be thinking about a core feature that ought to make WordPress shine.โ˜€๏ธ Now Chris Coyier has shared his comment wishlist for WordPress, and…

Cloudflare has implemented an Automatic Platform…

Cloudflare has implemented an Automatic Platform Optimization for WordPress. It includes improvements in speed for sites that might be slowed down a bit by plugins or hosting limitations effectively creating a “zero-config edge HTML caching solution.” Garrett Galow explains: “Our testing … showed a 72% reduction in Time to First Byte (TTFB), 23% reduction to…

Leonardo Losoviz explains how you can…

Leonardo Losoviz explains how you can show documentation to the user directly in the WordPress editor using Markdown. He claims that using Markdown instead of HTML is easier, and there are other benefits. Stressing that “localization for documentation is mandatory,” Leonardo also shows how you can translate documentation into your users’ languages while using Markdown….

Matt Shaw shows how to set…

Matt Shaw shows how to set up Visual Studio Code and xDebug for WordPress development in a recently updated post. ๐Ÿ‘จโ€๐Ÿ’ป Matt also touches on important extensions such as Git Lens (which adds simple git blame annotations to the line that youโ€™re currently working on), PHP DocBlocker for simple docblocking, and the Prettier extension for…

Max Bรถck wonders if we’re ready…

Max Bรถck wonders if we’re ready to revisit some of the ideas of the early (1990s) web as things like plain HTML and server-side rendering (SSR) are “stepping back into the spotlight.”๐Ÿ’ก Max also has an interesting observation about the renewed interest in personal websites, blogs, and niche communities as alternatives to increasingly unpopular and…

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