Using remote updating services for your WordPress sites could compromise it and make it vulnerable to attacks. This article explains in detail the technique that could be use to exploit the vulnerabilities.
Troy Dean wants to help other consultants be better at what they do. He’s starting a new monthly membership site he calls a WordPress business coaching program to train consultants through every step of the web development process. It’s $97 per month. You can learn more on their website and he talks about it in…
Should WordPress adopt the Block Protocol? What would this mean? Leonardo Losoviz explains why the Block Protocol and why it might benefit WordPress to adopt it and allow more of the web to share and reuse blocks. Matt Mullenweg has expressed interest in taking this path.
In Dave Donaldson‘s WordCamp Atlanta presentation, he mentioned how much he likes the Blackbox Debug Bar plugin. I’d never seen it before, but it looks quite nice for showing debut information in an easy to consume way. It’s a nice looking compliment to the Debug Bar plugin.
If you use WordPress for your business website or to run your business entirely, you should be split testing to improve your conversions on products, form entries, and even email lists. WP Lift has done a nice run-through with tips for doing better A/B testing with WordPress.
Fred and David were nice enough to ask me to do an interview on WP Shout, a site they recently acquired. They’ve done a nice job summarizing an audio interview and segmenting it into the various sections. I hope you’ll give it a read, and I really appreciate Fred and David reaching out to me.
Cami Kaos covers some common questions involving the Code of Conduct that is associated with the WordPress Community Team — in particular, what happens if someone “does something wrong” — and if the problem is not resolved? 🤔 Cami says this is a rare outcome: “when a swift end is put to the situation and…