This week: Next.js, archiving WordPress-based websites, Full Site Editing in WP, Core Web Vitals, and much more …
In WP Tavern,
Justin Tadlock published an article on a possible implementation of FSE version 5.8.
Greg Rickaby shows how to create an app in Next.js in a few easy steps.
Kinsta has published an article on web archiving. They also explain the differences between backups and archiving.
Analyzing the Polish market,
Piotr Kowalski checked how and why most web admins in Poland should improve mobile users’ experience.
A few days ago,
Felix Arntz published an article on the importance of being able to share content between applications. He also mentions his plugin “Share Target”.
Inpsyde blog, Marcus Burk published an article on how Core Web Vitals are significant in SEO.
Leonardo Losoviz posted an article expanding on the topic of Monorepo in GraphQL that we had mentioned two weeks ago.
Headless WordPress had to find its way into this week’s issue too. Backlinko has decided to move their frontend to Next.js. This article from
Bejamas demonstrates how it affected Core Web Vitals.
Matt Mullenweg has covered a few more of Wix‘s dirty tricks targeting WordPress.
Here’s a different take on the Wix campaign – this time by
Lisa Sabin-Wilson shows what might discourage customers, particularly those inexperienced in Open Source Software, from using WordPress. The redesign of an LMS for a large company and data transfer between systems illustrate this issue.
An interesting post turned up on the
yoast.com blog. It reminds you of your daily SEO routine.
Zerodium offers $300,000 to find an exploit in the latest version of WordPress.
Chris Lema‘s article on goal orientation when choosing your path to success.
Kadence Blocks and the Kadence Theme have joined the “iThemes family.” More information about Kadence WP in the post below. Upcoming events:
WordCamp Greece 2021 Online will take place on 16-18.04.
April 27-28, GoDaddyPro is organizing Expand 2021, aimed at website designers and developers.
WordSesh 2021 will take place on May 24-28.
WordCamp Europe 2021 Online will take place on June 7-10.
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