A Definitive Guide to WP-Config, the WordPress 6.1 Field Guide, and Twenty Twenty-Three
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A Definitive Guide to WP-Config, the WordPress 6.1 Field Guide, and Twenty Twenty-Three

Here’s a glimpse of what’s going on in the world of design and development in the WordPress space this past week: A delicious developer’s advanced guide to WP-Config, the WordPress 6.1 Field Guide, and Twenty Twenty-Three looks amazing! Brian Gardner released a new FSE theme, Powder. Cool Tool of the Week: Lorem Picsum by David Marby and Nijiko Yonskai.

Winning the War on WordPress Notification Spam

Nice to see Brian Coords getting involved with the WP Notifications feature plugin project — otherwise known as WP-Notify (Github). He’s calling for testing and feedback on the proof-of-concept at this point. You can click this link and immediately spin up a test environment with the plugin installed at InstaWP — thanks to Ross Wintle…

Market Size and Market Shares: Thinking Bigger About the WordPress Economy
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Market Size and Market Shares: Thinking Bigger About the WordPress Economy

$635.5 billion…That’s “billion,” with a “B.” Let’s look at the size of the universe inhabited by our market of markets of cathedrals and bazaars: the WordPress ecosystem. How should we think about WordPress’s market share or, maybe more accurately, its shares? Are we selling them short and dampening growth?

Pippin Williamson on the Sandhills Acquisition, Emerging Threats and Opportunities in WordPress — Post Status Draft 117
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Pippin Williamson on the Sandhills Acquisition, Emerging Threats and Opportunities in WordPress — Post Status Draft 117

In the latest WordPress acquisition, Sandhills is joining Awesome Motive. Pippin Williamson talks with Cory about WordPress: past and future.

WordPress 5.5 Release WordPress 5.5 “Eckstine”…

WordPress 5.5 Release WordPress 5.5 “Eckstine” was released this week, and so far it has been getting good reviews and feedback. The top three areas of focus were speed, search — with a new sitemap addition to core — and accessibility. Security and block improvements also shone during this release. ⭐ Matt Mullenweg, Jake Spurlock,…

Summer School 🏫 Jen McFarland and Brian DeConinck…

Summer School 🏫 Jen McFarland and Brian DeConinck put together a summer news roundup for the WPCampus video podcast you can watch/listen to or read. 🎓 Among other things, they discuss WCEU and the upcoming annual WPCampus conference on July 25-27 at Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon. Registration will remain open until July 7. The…

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ReviewSignal’s annual WordPress hosting results takeaways

Kevin Ohashi does the best WordPress hosting technical analysis out there. He’s just come out with his 2016 benchmarks, which are the culmination of months of testing twenty six companies, across six price tiers, with five different methodologies. In addition to his main post, which then links out to various tier-based tests, he also has…

The steady move upmarket in WordPress hosting

Media Temple is the latest company to offer an “enterprise” level WordPress hosting option. Their new offering is based on Amazon Web Services and starts at $2,500 per month. From TechCrunch: The standard enterprise plan costs $2,500 per month comes with support for five sites, one terabyte of cloud storage, 1.5 terabytes of monthly CDN…

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