What happens 3 minutes after you fail?

For 90% of what we deal with on a regular basis, though, by the time the weekend comes around, nobody is going to care that you made a mistake. The Misanthropic Developer This article was published at Post Status — the community for WordPress professionals.

When and When Not to Use Headless WordPress

Keanan Koppenhaver explains over at WP Mayor: When and When Not to Use Headless WordPress: If you have a strong frontend team that’s comfortable interfacing with APIs and is used to communicating changes and working with more distributed systems, then it might make sense for them to focus on the frontend of the site while… Continue reading When and When Not to Use Headless WordPress

Patchstack Partners with Hostinger

In the run-up to WCUS, I missed out on mentioning Patchstack has partnered with Hostinger to offer their customers a proactive security monitoring and update tool. Hostinger CMO Daugirdas Jankas explains how that tool works, thanks to Patchstack’s vulnerability database. The database is constantly updated by a community of security researchers formerly called the Patchstack… Continue reading Patchstack Partners with Hostinger

How to Add Klarna Payments to WordPress (2 Easy Ways)

Are you looking for a way to offer Klarna payments on your website or eCommerce store? Klarna allows you to add financing and installment plans to your website. You can use it to offer a ‘Buy Now, Pay Later’ option and encourage customers to purchase products. In this article, we’ll show you how to add… Continue reading How to Add Klarna Payments to WordPress (2 Easy Ways)

Molten: A Free WordPress Block Theme for Restaurants

Molten is a new block theme from first-time WordPress.org theme author Paul Truong, designed for chefs and restaurateurs to showcase their work. The theme puts the spotlight on food photography offset with bold typography featuring the Playfair Display font for headings and Source Sans Pro for paragraph text. Truong is working on setting up a… Continue reading Molten: A Free WordPress Block Theme for Restaurants

How to Add Title and NoFollow to Insert Link Popup in WordPress

Do you want to add a title or nofollow tag to your WordPress links? By default, WordPress doesn’t provide a way of adding title and nofollow attributes when creating links with the WordPress block editor. In this article, we’ll show you how to add options for title and nofollow attributes to the Insert Link popup… Continue reading How to Add Title and NoFollow to Insert Link Popup in WordPress

How to Sell Group Memberships in WordPress for Corporate Teams

Do you want to sell group memberships for corporate teams? Normally, membership websites only allow you to sell single user subscriptions. But what if you wanted to sell group memberships, so businesses can easily add their team members to the same account? In this article, we will show you how to easily sell group memberships… Continue reading How to Sell Group Memberships in WordPress for Corporate Teams

New Prototype Runs WordPress in the Browser with No PHP Server

Automattic-sponsored core contributor Adam Zielinski published a demo today of WordPress running in the browser with no PHP server. This is accomplished using WebAssembly (WASM), a format for a stack-based virtual machine that enables deployment on the web for client and server applications, and Emscripten, an open source compiler toolchain to WebAssembly. It’s not stable… Continue reading New Prototype Runs WordPress in the Browser with No PHP Server

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Twenty Twenty-Two Is the First Default Block Theme to Get Tagged as Accessibility-Ready

After a seven-month long effort across multiple contributor teams, the Twenty Twenty-Two (TT2) default theme will be tagged as “Accessibility-Ready” when WordPress 6.1 ships in November. It is the first block theme to meet the requirements for gaining this distinction. During its development the theme was also tested and found to meet WCAG AA level… Continue reading Twenty Twenty-Two Is the First Default Block Theme to Get Tagged as Accessibility-Ready