Link Category: WordPress News
Gutenberg is Coming. The Accessibility Team Are Worried
Over at WPTavern, Sarah wrote up an important issue as Gutenberg speeds toward delivery. (For those who haven’t followed, sometime about a month ago, it was announced that WordPress 5.0–the Gutenberg includer–would try to launch before American Thanksgiving, on November 19.)
Advanced Custom Fields: The Hero WordPress Needs Right Now
I’ve always had pretty mixed feelings about the Advanced Custom Fields plugin. I still do.
WordPress Theme and Plugin Shops are Pioneering the First Layout Blocks for Gutenberg
Great reporting and case studies from the Tavern.
Discussing the WPShout Pro Community on the WP Tavern Podcast
The three of us (Alex, David, and Fred) had the pleasure of being on last week’s WP Tavern podcast. We discussed what we’ve learned about teaching and learning WordPress development, and why we believe the WPShout Pro Community solves learning challenges that nothing else quite addresses.
How We Added Content Personalization to WordPress’ Gutenberg
Innovative usage of what Gutenberg is really good at.
I really liked the WordPress term glossary put out by Bridget Willard and the WordPress marketing team a few months back. This project seems to have no relationship to that other than a similarity of intent. What’s really cool about the WPGlossary.net from the Anders Norén is that it comes with a slick interface for searching and is just really pretty.
SiteGround is 70% Off All Week
Happy Labor Day! SiteGround has bumped its sign-up discounts up to 70% for all shared hosting products through September 9th. If you’ve been needing hosting for a new project, or wanting to change hosting for yourself or a client, now’s the time.
Google’s strongest security for those who need it most
Secure your work, then copy the methods.
David was on the WPBuilds Podcast
I was recently for the WP Builds podcast. Nathan Wrigley was a warm and welcoming host, and we spent a lot of time talking about WordPress security.
Check Out WordSesh 2018
WordSesh was the first (at least to my knowledge) WordPress-focused virtual conference. The last one ran in 2016, and since than I’ve from time-to-time heard pining for its return. Brian Richards from WPSessions is doing just that: bringing it back.