This week: Official WordPress Theme, HeroPress Network, preparation for Black Friday, CaboPress Coverage, and much more.
Felix Arntz described the impact of jQuery on the themes in the official repository and the correlation between the use of jQuery and the Largest Contentful Paint metric.
Last week, a new default WordPress theme, Twenty Twenty-Two, was introduced, with Kjell Reigstad as the leading designer of the project and Jeff Ong as the developer.
Cate and Topher DeRosia have just launched The HeroPress Network. Cate provides the details and explains why they decided to take a step forward.
James Baldacchino explains how to prepare for Black Friday, what discounts to offer, and who should be entitled to them.
WooCommerce is over ten years old. On September 27, 2011, the already expired and no longer developed Jigoshop fork came to life.
Rich Tabor details how to apply calc- and clamp-based fluid scaling in theme.json.
ProjectHuddle, a service helpful in collecting feedback during website designing, has just joined Brainstorm Force, responsible for the Astra theme. Congratulations!
David Gwyer created a practical guide for beginners to creating blocks.
Michael Reilly gives the gist of Full Site Editing and its value for web designers.
David Mainayar elaborates on the wave of acquisitions in the WordPress world and presents WordPressopoly.
Ahmed Hussein, Ross Wintle, and Iain Poulson ponder the need for professional education for web developers in the 10th episode of Delicious Brain Waves.
Robert Windisch from Inpsyde summarized WordCamp US 2021.
David Gwyer launched a GitHub list of Gutenberg dedicated websites useful for developers.
Jonathan Bossenger explains how to convert a WordPress site to GatsbyJS.
Robert Jacobi shared his impressions from CaboPress, a one-of-a-kind conference that in large part takes place in a swimming pool.
Ben Dwyer explains how to create universal themes that will function properly as block and classic themes.
Convesio blog presents an interview with Thomas Ehrig, the creator of the Bricks Builder.
Phil Sola shows how to create multiple blocks within one plugin using the @wordpress/create-block package.
Alex Standiford explains Object Cache and implementing it in plugins.
Tanner Record outlines the concept of micro plugs – a sensible solution for maintaining multiple websites.
October is an opportune moment to get interested in Open Source, mainly due to HacktoberFest.
WP Engine Summit/2021 will take place on November 4.
WordCamp Taiwan will take place on December 11-12.
Currently they are running call for speakers and sponsors.
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