whitelist_html is Ryan McCue and Human Made’s way to allow some HTML when sanitizing strings, but not all, while also preventing the performance hit of WordPress’s kses functions.
Felix Arntz and Thierry Muller from the newly formed WordPress Performance Team talk with David about the team’s progress so far.
Ashley Rich explains the differences between Varnish and Nginx FastCGI cache: “When it comes to comparing Varnish vs Nginx FastCGI Cache, Nginx is the clear winner in outright high performance but performance isn’t the only consideration.” Brad Touesnard notes on Twitter that it’s “Pretty surprising that Varnish still doesn’t support HTTPS. You still need to…
Layers is the latest WordPress theme with page building as the core feature. Obox has made a heck of an effort to ship 1.0, and while I have some issues, I’m incredibly impressed with the overall user experience. I think Obox has created something that’s worth checking out, though I think this market has plenty of maturing to do yet.
At some point, you want to hide information or an element on a page. Kitty Giraudel explains all the right (and wrong) ways to do it — and when you should do it — with HTML or CSS.
In this episode of Post Status Draft, Miriam talks with Post Status Editor Dan Knauss about her WordPress journey as a WordCamp organizer, agency owner, and web host founder.