Three years ago today, I changed three lines of code in WordPress and did it without someone else signing off. In fact, I didn't write the code that went into WordPress that day. I've not been a high volume committer in my three years ( I've made 283 total commits), but I have had the […]
At WordCamp for Publishers, I hosted an unconference session on "Gutenberg and Publishers". There were forty people overflowing a conference room who worked at agencies, publishers, universities, hosting companies, as freelance developers and writers, and one person who described their affiliation as "I left my backpack at the bar last night and lost my name badge, and […]
I wasn't sure how to title this one. I went to the WordPress NYC "Help Desk" meet-up on Wednesday and learned a lot about things users of WordPress are struggling with. So I guess in some ways it is random thoughts on me learning more. The biggest thing people struggle with is themes they […]
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 […]