2018 will be a big year for WordPress. Here’s my list of top topics and people to be following in 2018 to stay in the know and some of the most influential things happening in WordPress this year.
A simple tutorial on outputting Caldera Form submissions on the frontend.
Gutenberg is the future of content in WordPress. It will deliver the elegance of Medium but with far more power and flexibility of layouts and content types. Development is already in full swing and you can test it today. What will this mean for users and developers? I believe it opens up lots of new opportunities.
On Monday, April 17, we’ll be implementing the Admin Approved Posts feature of the Advanced WordPress Facebook Group. We discussed over a period of time with all Admins and many members and believe this will greatly improve the value and quality of AWP for everyone.
I’m writing this piece as a plea to all the friends, organizations, churches, and individuals I know who are only able to pay their bills by the goodwill of others primarily through online donations. If you are on WordPress and doing donations, stop everything and use Give.
TODAY is WP Release Day. Sarah “Sassy” Vaughn is just about to hit 10’s of millions of websites. If you manage WordPress websites and have no idea what I’m referring to, you’re already doomed.
Nudging your free users to donate to your free code is a GOOD idea. But you have to do it right. Do it right with this easy “Delayed Admin Notice” library.
Join me at ManageWP.org and Ask Me Anything, this Wednesday, October 26 at 2pm PST.
Post Formats were almost a big deal in WordPress, until they weren’t. But Custom Fields and Custom Post Types continue to be highly useful and used. I think it’s time to discuss a Core solution to bridge this gap.
This article explains how to implement inline CSS styles for your TinyMCE editor based on color settings in the WordPress Customizer.