On the podcast today we have Daisy Olsen. Daisy works for Automattic as a Developer Relations contributor on the WordPress Project. She’s been working with WordPress since 2007 and during that time has worn many hats, including speaking at WordCamps in New York City, Boston and Chicago, as well as helping to organise the first… Continue reading #32 – Daisy Olsen on Why You Should Try Out Block Themes
Do you want to make a landing page for your Google Ads campaign in WordPress? A Google Ads landing page is optimized to help you reach your campaign’s goals. Creating the right landing page is crucial for getting maximum sales and leads from your Google Ads. In this article, we will show you how you… Continue reading How to Make a Google Ad Landing Page in WordPress (The Easy Way)
Do you want to easily accept credit card payments on your WordPress site? By default, WordPress does not come with credit card payment options, but there are plenty of plugins and tools that can help solve that. In this article, we will share 2 easy ways to accept credit card payments on your WordPress site.… Continue reading How to Easily Accept Credit Card Payments on Your WordPress Site
Rich Tabor’s new Wei theme is one of the most well-designed contributions to hit WordPress.org’s free themes directory this month. Wei is a minimalist block theme that keeps things simple while offering users a range of artfully selected accent color combinations. It also includes support for full-site editing and Global Styles for a wider range… Continue reading Wei: A Free Minimalist WordPress Theme from Rich Tabor
In the spotlight: Todd E. Jones is a content creator, a storyteller and a digital marketer – and the founder of Copyflight.
Misogyny is alive and well in WordPress, but it doesn’t have to be. If we work together, we can make it an even safer space for all.
Are you having problems with scheduled actions not working in WordPress? WordPress has a scheduling system called wp-cron, but it sometimes misses a scheduled task like publishing scheduled posts, sending triggered emails, etc. Proper cron jobs run by your server’s operating system are often more reliable. In this article, we’ll show you how to disable… Continue reading How to Disable wp-cron in WordPress and Set Up Proper Cron Jobs
Recent turbulence in the ClassicPress community has resulted in the directors resigning and new leadership installed. The WordPress fork is run under a non-profit organization called the ClassicPress Initiative. It supports work on a pared back version of WordPress, based on version 4.9, that uses the TinyMCE classic editor as the default option with no… Continue reading ClassicPress On the Rocks: Directors Resign, New Leadership Installed
“Life-buoy in harbour” by Ashley Coates is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0. The developers of the Rollback Update Failure feature plugin put out a call for testing over the weekend, with the aim of getting it included in WordPress 6.1. The goal of the plugin is to offer a safety mechanism in core for when updates or auto-updates… Continue reading Help Test the Rollback Update Failure Feature Plugin Ahead of WordPress 6.1
Do you want to automatically publish from WordPress to Instagram? Instagram is one of the largest social media sites in the world with about a billion active users. By sharing your blog posts to Instagram, you can reach more people and get them to visit your website. In this article, we will show you how… Continue reading How to Automatically Publish from WordPress to Instagram