Startbox is a theme framework built by Brian Richards that was adopted / acquired by WebDevStudios when Brian went to work there full time. In this post on WP Force, Brad Williams answers what the future of Startbox looks like.
WordPress 4.4.2 is out with a security and maintenance release. It should be a no-brainer update for everyone (and is probably updated on most of your sites by now, automatically). It affects all versions of WordPress and updates are out back through 3.7.
Share your feedback about how to improve the Five for the Future contributor journey. Check out work underway on how to make interactive blocks easier to build, and take a walkthrough of layout classes in WordPress 6.1. It’s time to start planning; how will you celebrate WordPress’ 20th birthday?
I’ll be on The East Wing podcast with Tim Smith today at 2:00 p.m. central time. Tim has interviewed some pretty awesome people before, and I’m happy he asked me to be on. Check it out today or catch it later on iTunes. It’s a more general web-centered podcast, but we’ll certainly be talking some…
In 2019-20, only four plugins entered the space and broke into the upper tiers. These were Site Kit for Google, Facebook for WooCommerce, Creative Mail for WordPress and WooCommerce, and Google Ads and Marketing by Kliken. Has the WordPress.org repository become a closed shop, a tapped-out ecosystem where the winners have taken all? Here are some suggestions about how to break in or changes that could be proposed to open and diversify the repository. Until that happens, do growth charts matter?
Android owners will be happy to know that WordPress for Android has received a big update. Personally, ‘ve grown to really like using WordPress with my phone.
I always get excited when Tom McFarlin starts a new series on wpTuts+. His latest is going to take a look at the WordPress HTTP API, and his first post is up with an introduction to wp_remote_get(). Tom is one of those sources that I really trust to write great tutorials, so if you’re looking…