WordPress is the perfect product for business. It is a great framework for both small and large websites, and thousands of experts are doing full-time WordPress work whether it's in development, design, SEO, marketing -anything related to the ecosystem. That's a niche for small businesses and freelancers to grow and share experience over WordCamps.
Much more interesting than a regular Jetpack upgrade is how (as I predicted) Jetpack is bringing “professional themes” to the plugin, effectively making it a full-on marketplace. I am very, very interested in how that’s going to work, specifically in light of the WordPress plugin directory rules and other potential conflicts. Automattic has stopped allowing…
Mark Westguard is the founder of WS Form and an invested member of the WordPress Community.
WordPress’s CMS market share may have dropped a little — for the first time. We had a great conversation about that this morning.
WordPress 6.0.2, Advanced Admin Handbook, Accessibility Tags for Block Themes, and Improving the Template Creation Experience
Ryland Goldstein nicely summarizes the core problems with Medium. Most people think it’s the “paywall,” but that is an optional feature selected by authors. The real reason why “Medium sucks,” says Ryland, comes down to “slimy business tactics” and “terrible user experience.” 🤢
Welcome to the sixth “Week in Review” on Post Status, where I hope to offer up some of the things you may have missed in the last week or so. Unfortunately, I haven’t posted since the last week in review. Trust me, that’ll change this week. There are already a lot of posts lined up for…