This weekend I went to WordCamp London. I think it was my 5th WordCamp London and, as always, it was a really interesting weekend. I learnt a lot, and came … Continue Reading WordCamp London 2019
I recently had a theme customer ask how to get rid of the Google plus link on their social menu. My recent themes use a social menu setup similar to … Continue Reading Remove Jetpack Social Links
There has recently been a proposal to introduce a new type of plugin into WordPress. One specifically for editor blocks. I find this an interesting concept, and I can definitely … Continue Reading The WordPress Block Directory
As someone who makes a living selling themes the recent outline for Phase 2 of Gutenberg is is an interesting article to read. I’ve been wondering about the long term future … Continue Reading Gutenberg Phase 2 and the Future of WordPress Themes
Recently WordPress has been changing how it’s built. Obviously we have had Gutenberg which was built on Github, which is so much nicer than Trac, but that’s not what I mean. … Continue Reading Thanks for the WordPress Make Blogs!
Ross Wintle recently wrote an article about who the new WordPress editor has been created for, and it got me thinking. I’ve talked a lot, in past newsletters, about how … Continue Reading WordPress May Not Be For You!
I don’t often recommend specific WordPress plugins but I rather like Slim SEO for it’s simplicity. SEO plugins is a hotly contested category in the WordPress space and Slim SEO … Continue Reading Slim SEO WordPress Plugin
In this article for WPTavern Chris Van Patten shares his experience with contributing to the Gutenberg project. The original article was a Twitter thread, but it’s nicer reading a proper long … Continue Reading Contributing to WordPress
Gutenberg Cloud is a project for creating open source Gutenberg Blocks that work with both Drupal and WordPress that is created by web agency Frontkom. The team at Frontkom made a … Continue Reading Gutenberg Cloud – the Ultimate Open Source Project?