When it comes to building a website, nowadays you don’t have to resort to learning how to code or finding the right developer for the job. Thanks to content management systems, everyone can easily and quickly create a website for their business, agency, portfolio, resume or a blog.
Are you ready for WordPress Gutenberg? This dramatic redesign of the WordPress editor aims to provide a true WYSIWYG experience by breaking up pieces of posts and pages into individual blocks of content.
Gutenberg is coming to WordPress soon. Is your website ready? While we still don’t know exactly what form it will take, this new content system will be added to WordPress core in the future. Let’s take a look at the potential impacts this could have on your site, and ways that you can determine, and fix, problem areas ahead of time.
WooCommerce is by far the leading ecommerce plugin for WordPress. At the time of writing, it has over 3 million active installations and is reportedly behind over 40% of all online stores.
The new WordPress editor (codenamed Gutenberg) is due for release in version 5.0. Now is the perfect time to get to grips with it before it lands in WordPress core.
The new Gutenberg editing interface is a major change coming to WordPress 5 this year, and it will affect WordPress plugin developers, theme designers, and website creators.
Little in recent history has had such a significant impact on WordPress as Gutenberg. It has developers polarized into pro- and anti- camps, with those on the fence becoming fewer and fewer with each news update.
Raise your hand if you manage more than five WordPress sites. Keep it raised if the number exceeds ten. WordPress security is a primary concern for all site owners, and it becomes even more grave if you have multiple sites to take care of. Because you cannot monitor all the sites all the time, you need a quick and easy fix to protect your sites from brute force attacks.
Lean, Agile, Waterfall; there are dozens of project management methodologies out there, and each one works to abstract your project into a common series of tasks and formulas.
Gutenberg is a brand-new editing interface that’s set to revolutionise the way people use WordPress. Are you ready for the change?
So far in this series, we’ve covered two separate ways to dismiss persistent WordPress admin notices. We’ll build on that in this fourth and final part of the tutorial series by looking at two more specific methods to permanently dismiss your admin notices. We’ll round things off by showing how to create your own custom admin notice types and add decorations such as icons.
Welcome back to our series on persisted WordPress admin notices. We’re now in a good position to be able to extend our admin notice functionality and control when they appear on the page.
In part one of this series, we learned how to implement a basic admin notice that appears at the top of every WordPress admin page. In this tutorial, we’ll start to build out a plugin to contain all our custom admin notice code.
WordPress admin notices provide a convenient way to display messages to users in the admin area, e.g. after a post has been updated or a plugin has been activated. They’re also used by many themes and plugins to display notifications about anything from new features or security warnings to details about ongoing promotions or upgrade prompts.