RescueTime, which I’ve used since they started up, often has pretty good articles on time management and such. This is one. Most good habits are about maintenance.
How to make a user experience that doesn’t suck has always remained a kind of trade secret among those who make it their trade. That’s understandable, but it’s Drupal behavior in a WordPress world.
What’s the best approach to maintenance — in software, sailing, or anything else? Hope for the best? Stewart Brand takes a famous solo, non-stop, round-the-world sailing race as a parable about maintenance styles that will win, go beyond winning, or drive you mad.
Fresh off the heels of WordCamp US, here’s a glimpse of what’s going on in the world of design and development in the WordPress space. There were several fantastic talks about design, accessibility, WP-CLI, blocks, and FSE at the event. We’re looking forward to highlighting some videos once they’re online.
That was the question on an episode of Woo DevChat with Ebonie Butler, Lisa Canini, Robbie Adair, and Kathy Zant. It’s an interesting to compare their views and experiences with the ones shared by Zach Stepek, Till Krüss, and Carl Alexander while discussing the same question on an earlier episode.
What do you (still) love in tech that’s old? (Tell us in the comments.)
Getting rid of jQuery on gov.uk Andy Sellick, Senior frontend developer, GOV.UK: The main disadvantage of using jQuery is that it has to be included in the page assets, which can slow down how quickly a site loads. GOV.UK’s pages vary in size, but the homepage is around 246 kB – 32 kB (13%) of…
This was a neat post from Joost de Valk back in July where he did some thinking out loud about the challenges of naming in Schema.org image standards to distinguish between featured and poster images on social networks: I’ve been playing a lot with Schema and Social images recently and one thing has become clear:…
It shouldn’t be this complicated… Nice end result though, by using “a potent combination of MDX and MJML.” Josh Comeau explains his workflow from Markdown to static site publishing and an email newsletter. It’s a complex arrangement, but doing it with WordPress is not easy or simple either. Josh writes: Being able to write newsletter…
On August 8, wordpress.org was down for a few hours after a Chicago data center outage. During the outage, a user of a password security plugin reported it replaced salt keys with an outage notice, leading to a WSOD on a customer’s site.
iA is developing a Markdown-based, radically simplified presentation app (called Presenter) that helps you tell stories effectively. Zed is the spiritual successor to Atom — and focused on fast, collaborative editing. You can get it at GitHub.
So they say. Specifically, David Mainayar said in Woo Weekly #399 that it’s the fastest he’s seen, and I imagine he’s seen a lot.
Phone number fields in Gravity Forms can be tough. You may have resorted to building your own custom fields and doing some coding to accommodate numbers outside the North American Numbering Plan (NANP) — or even within it. You may have had to match a precise numbering format for syncing a form field with a…
Gravity Forms 7.1 Beta 1 • the SpinupWP community • Dollie 2.0 • rtCamp’s Easy Engine now with full custom Docker-Compose support • Metorik • Iconic • Do the Woo • Simple Ajax Chat Pro
DigitalOcean’s acquisition of Cloudways • Stop saying “Gutenberg!” • Build Mode Live with Brian Gardner and Sam Munoz • One week left to submit a style variation for TT3 • Cool Tool of the Week: Munir Kamal’s Editor Plus
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