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  • WordPress 5.2 RC, Site Health Check feature, release WP CLI 2.2 #017

    Did you know you update plugins, configure multisite installations and much more, without using a web browser? You can with a tool call WP CLI and it saw a big update. WordPress 5.2 saw its Release Candidate, well, released, and there’s a fun CSS related bonus link this time. Let’s dive in! WP CLI 2.2 […]

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  • WooCommerce 3.6, AMP plugin update, WPGraphQL and WordPress news #016

    It’s time for another roundup, packed with updates. Today’s headlines: WooCommerce finally embracing the Gutenberg editor fully, AMP for WordPress delivering great improvements with their new update and an introduction to WPGraphQL. So much WordPress news to cover! WooCommerce 3.6 Loves Gutenberg WooCommerce saw an update that delivers much better integration with the new Block […]

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  • Tips to enhance your experience with the Block Editor #015

    Today I’d like to highlight two plugins that supercharge the new Block Editor experience. They’re very different in nature, but I find them both equally impressive. There’s some news about the upcoming WordPress 5.2 release, and there might be mention of a bonus link. Come and find out. Gutenberg on steroids We’re four, five months […]

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  • PHP requirement for WordPress, WooCommerce dashboard and Gutenberg 5.4 #014

    Today’s roundup is all about various upcoming updates across the WordPress ecosphere. From WordPress itself to Gutenberg, PHP, and WooCommerce. Let’s get started! WordPress wants you to update your PHP If you’ve been following my roundups, you may recall that WordPress is finally bumping its minimum PHP requirement in the upcoming WordPress 5.2 release. I usually […]

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  • Plugin tips for A/B testing, profiling and more! #013

    Today’s roundup highlights some useful WordPress plugins. They’re either new, or have recently been updated with interesting features. From A/B testing to profiling and more… And of course, I have some bonus links for you as well! A/B testing made easy Testing between two versions, to see which one works best, is called A/B testing. […]

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  • Minimum PHP version requirement, WP 5.2 Beta 1 and Gutenberg 5.3 #012

    We’re getting ready for another big improvement for our favorite CMS. Today, I’d like to share with you the release of Gutenberg version 5.3 as well as the first Beta for WordPress 5.2. And, some exciting news on the minimum PHP version requirement for WordPress. Gutenberg 5.3 We’ve seen the release of Gutenberg 5.3 this […]

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  • WordPress news and Gutenberg tips: Use reusable blocks #011

    Another week, another roundup! We saw WordPress’ growth hit an important milestone last week, and an interesting proposal was made concerning available blocks in the editor. Let’s see what that’s all about! In this edition of my roundup, I also share a few more tricks about the Block Editor itself. And, last but not least, […]

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  • New commenting plugin option, a book release, and a WordPress milestone #010

    It’s time* again for a new roundup of WordPress news! Today I’m sharing a new commenting plugin for WordPress, the release of a new book about Object Oriented Programming in WordPress. The WordPress Project also crossed an imported milestone this week. Keep on reading and you’ll learn all about it! New commenting plugin option For […]

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