Hey WordPress friends, welcome to your weekly dose of WordPress news. This week, Justin @ WP Tavern posed an interesting question about whether the WordPress block directory and business interests can coexist. The post, and the comments section, are a good read. Other than that, we have some great WordPress tutorials, reviews, and podcast episodes. […]
Many people at some point will think of a website that they would love to create but are concerned they do not have the experience or ability to create it. The good news is that is no longer a problem thanks to Toolset Blocks and Gutenberg.
The Block Editor caused quite a stir when it was included in the release of WordPress 5.0. Despite the controversy, it’s opened doors for new kinds of development and helped to streamline editing and publishing for users. That said, there are still many ways it can be improved. These block plugins include additional content elements […]
One of the problems with designing the custom WordPress website you had in mind is that it can take too long or be too difficult if you are not an experienced coder. But thanks to the WordPress Block Editor known as Gutenberg and Toolset Blocks that is all about to change. Toolset has undergone a […]
Never one to back down from a challenge, the team at Castos embarked upon the redesign of their website earlier this year with Gutenberg in mind. Here’s a look at what they learned along the way.
If you’ve experimented with the Gutenberg block editor and only kind of like it, the TinyMCE Advanced plugin may be a great “halfway” option so that you can move to the new editor and still have the type of control you like when creating posts. The plugin adds a classic paragraph block – and a […]
This week, we get a first look at the new Twenty Twenty theme that we mentioned in last week’s news roundup and you can also check out a prototype of how Gutenberg might be used for full-site editing. Other than that, Google added some new alternatives to “nofollow” and we have plenty of great tutorials […]
Hey WordPress fans, it was a quiet week this week in terms of WordPress news, but we’ve got some posts about recently discovered plugin vulnerabilities, sitewide Gutenberg usage, and plenty of helpful tutorials and reviews. We also found a great long read about Website Performace from Pixelgrade – take your time – it’s 88(!) pages. […]
If you run a WooCommerce store, you always want to put your products’ best feet forward so that you can rack up as many sales as possible. But when it comes to the WooCommerce single product page, you’re pretty much just limited to the pre-made design that your theme comes with. But what if you […]
At this point, the new WordPress Gutenberg block editor has been out for quite some time, and you’ve probably become familiar with the opportunities it affords you with its default blocks. What’s more, intrepid developers have created tons of plugins that add new blocks to the editor, which greatly expand what you can build with […]