This is going to hopefully be a quick rant (famous last words). If you haven’t been following along, Gutenberg is a project to replace the editor in WordPress with something more modern. There have been 7 beta releases thus far, but in many ways, pieces are still in experimentation mode. The process has been open: […]
What will the attendees be talking about tomorrow? Mini Tracks in Action
Some trends may be overstated, but millennials do have different priorities than past generations, so we need to ask ourselves if Millennials are killing WordPress.
Publication Requirements Block Removal Block Modification Block Rules
Every week, there is a check to see if the site is still hidden from search engines, and if it is the notice comes back If you change the siteurl or home options, then the notice comes back (note, you need to change these via the UI or via wp-cli, directly changing the DB) [the_ad […]
Freelancing Days Comedians Small non-profits. Small Businesses and Restaurants An SEO consultant on products that he offered (my first foray into product development rather than developing primarily for marketing) The Enterprise WordPress supplemented the technology, rather than being its base. Big Media Let's Try Something Different Where I am now What WordPress Excels At
I’ve seen talk that Gutenberg is in “Open Beta” now, but I think calling this beta software is still premature. I think there is plenty that will change between now and any possible inclusion in WordPress core for Gutenberg. Here are my random thoughts and my first reactions to using Gutenberg. It’s pretty. And Fast. […]
If WordPress had no Woman contributors, 4.7 wouldn’t have had a release lead. If WordPress had no Woman contributors, The queue for plugin reviews would rarely be empty. If WordPress had no Woman contributors, many WordCamps would lack lead organizers, speaker wranglers and sponsor wranglers. If WordPress had no Woman contributors, most WordCamps never would […]