This week: enterprise WordPress, availability, ranking of the most popular plugins, spam, the new version of WordPress, and much more …
Magne Ilsaas, one of the founders of Dekode, wonders a bit about this WordPress for enterprise. On the one hand, it considers WordPress to be one of the best CMSs on the technical side. On the other hand, he mentions that there are not enough places to exchange experiences and knowledge for the most advanced users.
WP Accessibility Day was held last week. Personally, I think it was really great and many talks were excellent. However, if you missed it, you can watch it right now.
After the download statistics were removed, Avycode created WP Rankings. A website that checks a plugin’s place on the list of the most popular.
Matt Shaw explains on the Delicious Brains blog how email anti-spam filters work and what to do to avoid them.
The WordPress 6.1 “Misha” was just released. I recommend checking out the official news to find out about all the changes.
Jean-Baptiste Audras, as usual, collected a lot of interesting statistics on the release of the latest version of WordPress. Nice to see the contribution increase compared to the previous versions.
Mika Epstein has been fighting with her persecutor for many years. We write about it here because this harassment started after, as a result of multiple violations, Way2Enjoy was finally banned from using the official repository to host plugins.
Mike McAlister shows how to use the so-called Block Styles. Thanks to them, with a bit of code, we can completely change the appearance of each block.
On the Human Made blog, there is a list that explains why WordPress is such a good CMS for enterprise.
Recently, Carole Olinger and Alain Schlessera were the guests of Do_the_Woo. Together with the Carl and Zach, they talked about our WordPress ecosystem and how to support contributors.
The third part of the Algolia tutorial has appeared on the WebDevStudios blog. Amazing stuff showing how you can customize it.
On November 28, PHP 7.4 hist EOL. Some hosting companies will want to force users to switch to PHP 8 from this day. Some companies, however, plan to give users a bit more time.
Od teraz na Full Site Editor będziemy mówić po prostu Site Editor. Jest to wynik dyskusji zapoczątkowanej w lipcu