Post Status Picks for the Week of August 15

Post Status Podcast Picks Shop Talk Show: Andrew Walpole and Alex Riviere from Traina talk about their WordPress experience but also how they want to go further with more tools. Matt Report: A nice chat with Yaw Owusu-Ansah with a reminder of how big the WordPress space is. Changelog: If you are an RSS… Post… Continue reading Post Status Picks for the Week of August 15

On the Web Publishing Tool Race

What if it’s not between open and closed but centralized and decentralized? Estimated reading time: 2 minutes Our job at Post Status is to help our members think ahead, get ahead, and stay ahead. Thus, I’ve been eager to write more about the Web Publishing Tool Race, as it’s one of the keys I see… Continue reading On the Web Publishing Tool Race

Post Status Excerpt (No. 64) — LearnDash’s Adoption of Gutenberg, Full Site Editing, and How to Protect Your Course Content from Theft

Jack Kitterhing joins David to talk about adopting (and adapting) Gutenberg — and Full Site Editing — at LearnDash for their LMS product. The conversation touches on the problem of people in the WordPress community having their course content stolen and resold. What can you do to protect and brand your learning product to deter… Continue reading Post Status Excerpt (No. 64) — LearnDash’s Adoption of Gutenberg, Full Site Editing, and How to Protect Your Course Content from Theft

Local Development Tools and the Open Web

Who is not using Local? Is it an Open Web tool? Let’s review some “Local history” and consider where WP Engine’s popular developer tools could be headed. Estimated reading time: 6 minutes DesktopServer: The end of an era and the beginning of a new one Once upon a time, I used XAMP. Then I used… Continue reading Local Development Tools and the Open Web