Progress on Nine Projects. February 11, 2019. #1 Navigation Menu is still in discussion on GitHub. (#13690) #2 has been moved forward already for quite a bit. The latest Gutenberg release(5.0), incorporated the RSS widget. Mel Choyce publishes regular updates on this particular project #3 is coupled with #2 #4 hasn’t started yet #5 Partial […]
Today, the release candidate for WooCommerce 3.5 is available! 3.5 is a minor release with several improvements and some new features. Shipping a release candidate (RC) means we think we’re done but we’d like your help testing in case we’ve missed something. We hope to ship WooCommerce 3.5 on Wednesday, October 17th. What’s new For more&ellipsis;Read the full post »
Do you want to migrate your blog from Blogger to WordPress? While Blogger is a neat free tool to start blogging, many beginners soon realize its limitations, and they want to switch to WordPress to get access to more powerful features. In this article, we… Read More »
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Do you want to install WordPress locally on Mac? Installing WordPress on your computer allows you to try out WordPress before you start a blog. In this article, we will show you how to install WordPress locally on Mac using MAMP. Tip: Not using Mac?… Read More »
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Do you want to move your Squarespace website to WordPress? Many users start their websites using different platforms. Sooner or later they discover the limitations of the platform and want to move to a better and more flexible option, like WordPress. In this article, we… Read More »
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Find below an FAQ block, courtesy of Yoast SEO, with a highly speculative idea on when we might see a WordPress 5.0 release. Gutenberg 3.8 was released, and 3.9 RC is available for testing. The WordPress.com roll-out started. Gutenberg was not only to…
Updated November 24, 2018 Want to watch me upgrade my #WooCommerce / LearnDash site to Gutenberg in real time? Join this FREE webinar, Nov. 27th https://t.co/hCwiRDB84Y pic.twitter.com/Qnc5oFTunn— Joe Casabona 🎩 (@jcasabona) November 22, 2018 Register for the Live Q & A Update September 17, 2018 More Gutemberg Live Shows with Zac and Joe and our […]
This week , I focused on custom blocks and how to make your current theme ready for Gutenberg. We also collected a few more posts and tweets from the community about using Gutenberg. The mood shifts. 🚀And a new Gutenberg version 3.8 was released, with Full Screen mode, faster parser, improved Drag & Drop, editor … Continue reading Update #86 Blocks & Themes for your WordPress site →
Today we’re pleased to announce that WooCommerce 3.5 is available for beta testing! You can download it directly here or use our new WooCommerce Beta Tester plugin to easily test WooCommerce beta versions and release candidates. Release highlights 3.5 is the last minor release this year. Being a minor release, all new functionality should exist&ellipsis;Read the full post »
Originally published by Drew Gorton, Director, Developer Relations in June 2018 on the Pantheon Blog One of the things I love about my role is the opportunity I have to get to know so many great people in the WordPress and Drupal spaces. Occasionally, …
Do you want to start a travel blog but don’t know where to begin? Travel blogs are a popular medium to share your travels with not just family and friends but also with the rest of the world. In this guide, we will walk you… Read More »
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WordPress 5.0 – a major milestone, will have the new visual editor, code named Gutenberg, included as the default editor. The WordPress Core Team built fall backs into Gutenberg and also created the plugin called Classic Editor to help sites, that are …