The Wordpress core team and WooCommerce team announced their latest Beta releases this week. Definitely worth a minute to check out.
Interesting overview on WPSHOUT of tool to let you see and manage scheduled tasks on your Wordpress site. A bit geeky, but pretty cool.
With the rapid evolution of the Block Editor and other interesting projects that are advancing the Wordpress platform, we highly recommend checking the "This Month in Wordpress" that is posted by the core team each month. It is a great timely summary of what is going on.
Birgit Pauli-Haack recently presented a great overview of the evolving block landscape. If you are working with the block editor or considering it, this is defiantly worth watching.
It's the start of a new year. It is the start of a new decade. Your website is your "homebase" online. Like your car and home in the physical world, it is a complex asset that requires regular maintenance to perform reliably and look great.
Justin Tadlock did a solid analysis of the proposed strategy for creating block-based themes that was published last month. Worth a read.
Google has recently released the Password Checkup chrome extension. Whenever you sign in to a site, Password Checkup will trigger a warning if the username and password you use is one of over 4 billion credentials that Google knows to be unsafe.
The Wordpress Core Development Team has announced the Wordpress 5.0 will be released tomorrow, December 6, 2018. This major update to the Wordpress platform features a brand new editing tool, the Gutenberg block editor. Are you ready?
Are your visitors experiencing rich results? Google has introduced a beta version of a new tool for testing rich snippets, rich cards, and other rich additions to a website’s content.