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On this episode of WPwatercooler, we'll be discussing Gutenberg Full-Site Editing in WordPress. We got Jason to start using Gutenberg, lets see what he has to say about it.
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The WordPress dashboard, it’s been the same since the beginning. Can you customize the WordPress dashboard? What plugins can you use to do this? Why would you you want to? White Label CMS – WordPress plugin | WordPress.org Adminimize – WordPress plugin | WordPress.org Ultimate Dashboard – Custom WordPress Dashboard – WordPress plugin | WordPress.org…
On this episode, we will be discussing the release of WordPress 5.7. This release is named after Esperanza Spalding, a modern musical prodigy. As with all WordPress released, we will break down the latest changes to the release and what we have noticed about it. Full Site Editing Pre-Merge Overview – Team Updates Early Thoughts…
This week we’re discussing WordPress releases and moving slow and fixing things. Making WordPress Releases Easier – Make WordPress Core The Four Seasons of WordPress Core Updates-2021 How Can WordPress Core and Plugin Development Maintain A Healthy Working Relationship? Panel Jason Tucker @jasontucker https://twitter.com/jasontucker Jason Cosper @boogah https://twitter.com/boogah Sé Reed @sereedmedia https://twitter.com/sereedmedia Show Sponsors Desktop…
This week we're discussing what site owners should do when managing WordPress plugin updates, changes to a plugin, and what about plugin abandonment from the developer?
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This week on WPwatercooler we’ll be discussing working in WordPress, to code or not to code. Show Sponsors Desktop Server – ServerPress https://www.servepress.com WPsitesync https://www.wpsitesync.com Cloudways – Cloudways is a managed WordPress hosting provider that offers 5 best-in-class cloud providers, giving you freedom of choice and flexibility to build amazing WordPress websites. It comes with…
This week on WPwatercooler we are talking about the State of the Word 2020 that Matt Mullenweg did. Typically this happens at the WordCamp US event but due to COVID-19 restrictions, this event happened on its own on Thursday, December 17th, 2020. We’ll be discussing this broadcast and the announcement made on it. Socials Twitter…