This week: WPCoffeeTalk creator’s story, static websites owing to Strattic and Buddy, WP Owlcast podcast, and much more …
The story of Michelle Frechette – the creator of WPCoffeeTalk has appeared on WPfounders.
Strattic has published an excellent tutorial presenting how one can create a tremendous flow resulting in a static website using WP Migrate DB, Buddy or DeployHQ and Strattic.
We have recorded the first episode of our podcast – WP Owlcast, where together with Birgit Pauli-Haack and Greg Ziółkowski, we talked about how to contribute to WordPress.
Buddy has released a tutorial on how to configure WordPress unit testing.
The Custom Post UI plugin has been installed one million times already, therefore its main developer – Michael Beckwith of WebDevStudios – decided to share his insights and reflections about it.
Karolína Vyskočilová has described how to get rid of a troublesome problem with the has_blocks and reusable blocks function.
Strauss is a fork of Mozart, i.e. a tool for prefix namespaces and classnames. Unlike Mozart, Strauss is cut out for working with WP.
rtCamp describes an intriguing case that shows how they had to migrate Adobe CQ5 content to WordPress. They also presented the benefits of open source.
Dynamic Content is now available in Stackable allowing to place content from options or meta fields in Gutenber’s blocks.
Ben Gillbanks has created a very apt and minimalistic translation plugin. It’s useful especially when we literally need to translate 2-3 words.
Here’s a plugin that adds functionality similar to Spotlight known for MacOS, but dedicated for the WordPress admin panel.
Greg Sullivan created _tw, a theme like underscores but Tailwind based.
WordSesh 2021 will take place on May 24-28.
WordCamp Europe 2021 Online will take place on June 7-10.
The second edition of WordFest Live will take place on June 23.
WordCamp Japan 2021 Online will take place on June 20-26.
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