This week: new WP-CLI, WordPress security, newsletter creation, web testing, and much more …
The new WP-CLI version will introduce numerous changes such as support for PHP 8.0, new commands, and more.
WP-CLI v2.5.0 Release Notes
WP Rocket presents a step-by-step tutorial on testing websites.
Why are there no plugins that would meet all users’ requirements? Chris Lema comments on the expectations to receive a ready-made solution.
WordPress will cease supporting IE with the release of version 5.8. You can read about the repercussions below.
The Git Updater plugin will have two versions from now on – regular and PRO. What’s the difference? Check it out here:
WebDevStudios blog presents how and why Custom Post Type UI is compatible with WPGraphQL.
WP Minute explains why WP User Avatar has undergone such a change. Enjoy the interview.
In case the changes referred to in the article above don’t suit you, you can move to Simple Local Avatars. The script below facilitates such a transfer.
On the ithemes blog, there’s an article by KATHRYN LANG on her dealings with hackers and the necessity for security.
XWP tries to uncover how and why large companies invest in WordPress.
Sandhills Development describes their experiment with four working days a week.
Pixelgrade tells you how to start creating your own Newsletter.
In an article on layerwp.com, Ben shows that anyone can go through a rough patch, which might affect the code. You can also read what he is doing to fix it.
On its 10th anniversary, Visual Composer has announced a discount for three packages.
WordSesh 2021 will take place on May 24-28.
WordCamp Europe 2021 Online will take place on June 7-10.
WordCamp Japan 2021 Online will take place on June 20-26.
The second edition of WordFest Live will take place on June 23.
Summit/2021 will be held on June 24
WordCamp Santa Clarita will take place on July 17-18.
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