WordPress Products in the Enterprise with Crowd Favorite-Post Status Draft

In this episode, Cory Miller talks with Karim Marucchi, Pat Ramsey, and Alex Nitu of Crowd Favorite. They share their insights on scaling WordPress for the enterprise. Their discussion includes the challenges of managing large WordPress sites, tips for optimizing site performance and security, and advice for hiring and managing a WordPress development team. Estimated… Continue reading WordPress Products in the Enterprise with Crowd Favorite-Post Status Draft

Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 11

From practicing mindfulness to the evolution of WordPress, Corey Maass and Cory Miller cover a wide variety of topics in this episode as they continue the development of their new WordPress plugin, Crop.Express. Estimated Reading Time: 48 minutes Transcript ↓ In this episode, Corey Maass and Cory Miller move from personal to professional. They offer… Continue reading Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 11

Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 10

Corey Maass and Cory Miller look to the future of WordPress as they continue the development of their new WordPress plugin, Crop.Express. From sharing tips on how to keep your WordPress website safe from hacks and vulnerabilities to insights on how to optimize website performance, improve user experience, and enhance website accessibility, this episode is… Continue reading Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 10

Women & Nonbinary Release • WP-CLI 2.8.0 • Redesign Update • Build Block Theme

This Week at WordPress.org (April 3, 2023) Sign up soon to mentor and be a part of the upcoming women and nonbinary release squad. Join the Test team in building a block theme. WP-CLI 2.8.0 is coming soon with PHP 8.2 compatibility. Get the latest updates on the WordPress.org redesign. Women and Nonbinary Release Squad,… Continue reading Women & Nonbinary Release • WP-CLI 2.8.0 • Redesign Update • Build Block Theme

Build a Block Theme • Theme Performance Improvements * Interactivity API • Why Jazz?

This Week at WordPress.org (April 3, 2023) Matt shares why WordPress releases are named after jazz musicians. The FSE block theme explores functionality gaps and gathers feedback on the Site Editor experience. WordPress 6.2 improves load times and server-side performance for block and classic themes. The Interactivity API proposal standardizes frontend interactivity for Gutenberg blocks.… Continue reading Build a Block Theme • Theme Performance Improvements * Interactivity API • Why Jazz?

WordPress 6.2 “Dolphy” • Gutenberg Phase 3 • Test Plugin Dependencies

This Week at WordPress.org (March 27, 2023) WordPress 6.2 is now available! If you haven’t started testing yet, now is the time. Gutenberg is a 4 phase approach to nearly all areas of WordPress. Phase 1 was Posts and Pages. Phase 2 included Themes. Matias Ventura shares what we could see in Phase 3. Andy… Continue reading WordPress 6.2 “Dolphy” • Gutenberg Phase 3 • Test Plugin Dependencies

WordPress 6.2 RC3 • Code Generators and GPL

This Week at WordPress.org (March 20, 2023) We’re just one week away from WordPress 6.2. Have you tested it and read the field guide yet? If you write code for a plugin that is in the WordPress Plugins Repo, you’ll want to ensure the code is GPL compatible. WP 6.2 RC 3, Code Generators WordPress… Continue reading WordPress 6.2 RC3 • Code Generators and GPL

WordPress 6.2 RC2 • Plugin Review Team Retirement News • WP20 Giveaway

This Week at WordPress.org (March 13, 2023) Discover WordPress 6.2’s new features, accessibility enhancements, and developer updates. Contribute to the community by joining the Contributor Working Group. Explore new block theme template. Engage in discussions on mentorship programs. Celebrate WP20 and participate in the Wapuu Coloring Giveaway. WP 6.2 RC2 • Plugin Review Team Announces… Continue reading WordPress 6.2 RC2 • Plugin Review Team Retirement News • WP20 Giveaway

WordPress Origin Stories, Week 5

This is part of our ongoing celebration of the 20th Anniversary of WordPress. Leonardus Nugraha I started my WordPress journey when I became a content writer in a hosting company. We use WordPress to publish our articles, but there’s more than that. Most of our clients are WordPress users, so I have to write for… Continue reading WordPress Origin Stories, Week 5

WordPress 6.2 Beta 5 • Dev Notes • Learning Path for WP Devs

This Week at WordPress.org (March 6, 2023) WordPress 6.2 Beta 5 is out now, and RC1 will ship on Thursday, March 9. We’re just a few weeks away from the final release on March 28. Have you been able to start testing yet? Read the latest from the DevNotes in our WordPress 6.2 section. A… Continue reading WordPress 6.2 Beta 5 • Dev Notes • Learning Path for WP Devs