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.
Citing two recent cases of copyright law abuse, WordPress.com-owner Automattic has announced it’s backing ‘censorship’ victims by filing two lawsuits to deter future misuses. [editor’s note: this is awesome.]
Chris Coyier shares his thoughts on how to improve WordPress comments. Chris has WordPress sites with a cumulative total of a few hundred thousand (generally high quality) comments, so he speaks with some authority on this subject. Many of Chris’s suggestions are ones I like — HTML email formatting and some design love for the admin…
This week’s Post Status Draft podcast is hosted by Brian Krogsgard and Joe Hoyle. This week, they talk about WordPress in 2015 and what to expect in 2016.
Mel Choyce explains how to design a Gutenberg block for restaurant menus. Mel provides a Sketch file, and if you want to use the design to build a restaurant block, give Mel credit and a link in your plugin readme.txt.
Mel Choyce, a WordPress core committer and the designer of Twenty Seventeen, shares thoughts on how good design feedback should be structured. My favorite is probably the last one on the list: Frame feedback as suggestions, not mandates. “What if you…” and “How about if you tried…” are great ways to present alternate ideas to…
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