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Are you looking to make a website? Starting a website can be a terrifying thought specially when you’re not techy. Don’t worry, you’re not alone. Having helped over 400,000+ people make a website with WordPress, we have decided to create the most comprehensive step by step guide on how to[...]
The second release candidate for WordPress 5.6 is here! WordPress 5.6 is slated for release on December 8, 2020, and we need your help to get there—if you haven’t tried 5.6 yet, now is the time! You can test WordPress 5.6 release candidate 2 in two ways: Try the WordPress Beta Tester plugin (choose the “bleeding edge[...]
WordPress contributor teams are all set to launch Learn WordPress in December. Community members can now watch video workshops to learn about various WordPress topics, participate in discussion groups, and use lesson plans for organizing their own workshops. Contributor teams have launched quizzes and are also working on setting standards for workshops. Want to contribute to Learn WordPress? You can now[...]
On Learn WordPress you can find a range of material and opportunities to use at the time which works for you. Workshops are practical, skills-based videos that show viewers how to do new things with WordPress, whether you publish, manage, develop with, or contribute to WordPress. Most workshops include quizzes for[...]
The latest major WordPress release, version 5.6 “Simone”, came out on December 8. The release ships with a new default theme called Twenty Twenty One. It offers a host of features, including: Greater layout flexibility More block patterns Video captioning support Auto-updates Beta-compatibility for PHP 8.0 Application password support for the REST API[...]
WordPress is open source software, maintained by a global network of contributors. There are many examples of how WordPress has changed people’s lives for the better. In this monthly series, we share some of those lesser-known, amazing stories. From a young age Thelma was encouraged by her father to ‘work[...]
In addition to the planned WordPress version 5+ features, Matt Mullenweg considers important for users to learn how to work with Gutenberg blocks and begin to see them as a “new WordPress DNA.” The founder himself is a great fan of Gutenberg, despite the fact that development teams must constantly[...]
Phase 3 – Multi-user editing of Gutenberg and co-editing within WordPress posts The phase 3 implementation is preliminary scheduled for 2020. During this time, developers will focus on supporting multi-user collaboration and finally, WordPress will allow multi-user co-editing. This means that users will be able to work on one document[...]
The complete timeline of WordPress 5 transformation (from the perspective of its creators) Shortly after the release of the last breakthrough version of WordPress 5, the annual State of the Word 2018 was held in Nashville, where Mullenweg presented not only the preliminary plans for WordPress in 2019, but also[...]
In general, there are 2 types of WordPress updates, both of which are very important. Whether to increase the safety of your website by fixing bugs and eliminating security holes, or to release new features. In regards of WordPress versions, we talk about so-called: Major updates Major updates add new[...]
The planned date was 12. November 2019 and that’s when it really was released. Well done & thumbs up to WordPress developers! One thing’s for sure: there are so many improvements in latest WordPress version, it was definitely worth waiting for.
1. Visual changes in WP admin The first thing you’ll notice will be the new, highlighted borders around inputs and their rounded edges. With such a slight graphic design change, WordPress developers want to bring more attention to admin UI and to make inputs more noticeable, not only in forms.[...]