Image Alt Text vs Image Title in WordPress – What’s the Difference?

A lot of content on the web includes images. However, not many website owners optimize their images for speed or better search rankings. Even though WordPress comes with the option to add alt text and an image title, often beginners do not understand the difference and how to use them. In this article, we will… Continue reading Image Alt Text vs Image Title in WordPress – What’s the Difference?

WordPress.com Introduces Browse Mode, Style Book, and Push to Global Styles Features

WordPress.com users are getting early access to some of the major new features that are shipping with the upcoming WordPress 6.2 release. The platform rolled out Browse Mode today, describing it as “an easier way to navigate the Site Editor.” This is one of the most impactful changes coming to customization, as it unifies the… Continue reading WordPress.com Introduces Browse Mode, Style Book, and Push to Global Styles Features

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When Gutenberg Phases End • Priorities in Onboarding Contributors • Redesign Roll Outs

This Week at WordPress.org (January 30, 2023) What happens when we reach the end of a phase in Gutenberg? Josepha shares what this means for additional features and requests in the WP Briefing. Josepha also posed a few questions at how we prioritize doing the work of contributing while onboarding new contributors and ways to… Continue reading When Gutenberg Phases End • Priorities in Onboarding Contributors • Redesign Roll Outs

How to Add Dark Mode to Your WordPress Website (Easy)

Do you want to add dark mode to your WordPress site? By adding a dark mode to WordPress, your website will adapt automatically based on the visitor’s browser preferences. You can also add a dark mode toggle to your site, so visitors can easily switch between dark and light modes. In this article, we’ll show… Continue reading How to Add Dark Mode to Your WordPress Website (Easy)

#61 – Robert Rowley on Securing Your WordPress Website

Transcript [00:00:00] Nathan Wrigley: Welcome to the Jukebox podcast from WP Tavern. My name is Nathan Wrigley. Jukebox is a podcast which is dedicated to all things WordPress. The people, the events, the plugins, the blocks, the themes, and in this case security on the internet. If you’d like to subscribe to the podcast, you… Continue reading #61 – Robert Rowley on Securing Your WordPress Website

How to Create and Sell Ebooks in WordPress from Start to Finish

Did you know that you can create an ebook from your WordPress blog posts? Offering ebook downloads on your WordPress website is a good way to make money online or grow your email list. Writing a book is a big job, but you may discover that you’ve already written enough content for a book on… Continue reading How to Create and Sell Ebooks in WordPress from Start to Finish

A Look Under the Hood at Engine Awesome, a Laravel-based SaaS App Using Gutenberg

During the 2022 State of the Word, Matt Mullenweg highlighted a few examples of how Gutenberg adoption is growing beyond WordPress and how he believed it could become “bigger than WordPress itself.” Engine Awesome, a Laravel-based SaaS application, is one example he cited that is using the block editor to allow customers to build their own… Continue reading A Look Under the Hood at Engine Awesome, a Laravel-based SaaS App Using Gutenberg

How to Limit or Disable Automatic Empty Trash in WordPress

Do you want to change how often your trash is emptied on your WordPress website, or stop WordPress from emptying the trash automatically? By default, WordPress will automatically delete anything that has been in the trash for 30 days. However, some users might like the trash to be emptied more or less often, or prefer… Continue reading How to Limit or Disable Automatic Empty Trash in WordPress

10 Website Marketing Data You Must Track on Every WordPress Site

Are you wondering which marketing data you should be tracking on your WordPress website? After launching a website, most small business owners rely on their best guesses to make important marketing decisions. Not only does that add huge risk, but it also significantly slows down growth. In this guide, we will share the top website… Continue reading 10 Website Marketing Data You Must Track on Every WordPress Site

WordPress Contributors Work Towards Removing Site Editor Beta Label for 6.2 Release

Will WordPress be ready to remove the Beta label from the Site Editor in the upcoming 6.2 release? The project’s Executive Director Josepha Haden Chomphosy addressed this question in her latest WP Briefing podcast episode titled “What Does Concluding a Gutenberg Phase Really Mean?“ “All of the projects, with the exception of two, I believe,… Continue reading WordPress Contributors Work Towards Removing Site Editor Beta Label for 6.2 Release

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