This week: new Yoast SEO UI, CloudFest Hackathon, why we should use WordPress, using GitHub Actions, and much more.
Joost de Valk describes why we should focus on WordPress dashboard UI. He also mentions that WordPress does not currently have any Design System and that we should change it as soon as possible.
This year during the CloudFest Hackathon developers will focus on ecology and the more specific on reducing the outgoing traffic.
Damon Cook on the ACF blog described how to easily create content using Flexible Content.
Jon Ang of HumanMade published a post with 7 reasons why WordPress is a great choice for creators.
If you want to learn how to easily deploy your WordPress using GitHub Actions, you should visit Felipe Elia’s blog.
Eric Karkovack on the Speckyboy blog describes what practices used in CSS can expose a website to a decrease in Accessibility.
An official plugin for integrating a database with SQLite has been released in the WordPress repository.
Awesome Motive announced the acquisition of Thrive Themes, a marketing tool used by over 200,000 sites.
Topher DeRosia has posted a very helpful post that can help you plan your trip to international WordCamps.
Munir Kamal presented a guide describing how to create a block with a gallery in WordPress. There is also the option of buying the plugin itself from the website. I love this way of monetizing the website.
Alex Kirk introduced an alternative to Slack which is Matrix. It is open source software for real-time communication. Now it’s up to us to decide if we want to have all WordPress conversion happening there.
Edwin Toonen posted what changed in the latest version of the Yoast SEO plugin.