This week: a schism in the WordPress community, project estimating, handy tools for working with WordPress, and much more.
Paul Lacey talks about how Gutenberg divided the WordPress community.
In an article on his blog, Chris Lema examines various approaches to estimating projects.
Cami MacNamara recalls her beginnings with WordPress and talks about the tools she uses in her current approach to creating pages.
In his article on the yoast.com blog, Edwin Toonen demonstrates the seven crucial elements to proper webpage construction.
On his deliciousbrains.com blog, Brad Touesnard explains what GUIDs are and why you shouldn’t change them.
Konstantin Kovshenin describes the problem he ran into with Postfix configuration and his solution.
Matt Watson has posted a gripping article on our blog on his challenge to write a Gutenberg Owl-Link block using block patterns and React. It is the block we use most frequently for every WP Owls edition.Creating a Custom Block for WP Owls
On the wpdev.academy website, Alex has posted a course on how to create Gutenberg blocks from other blocks.
Andrew Palmer has publicly addressed Paul Lacey’s recent appearance on the WP Minute Podcast.
In an article on his blog, Chris Wiegman discriminates between WordPress as a community and WordPress as a content management system.
A post in the news section of WordPress.org encourages you to take part in the annual survey and discover the results of the one from 2020.
Critterverse.blog shows conceptual approaches to switching styles in a recent post.
The news section provides some details on the upcoming State of the Word 2021. It also informs where to address questions to the Q&A part, which will take place right after the keynote address.
Elementor’s has a new ad on their YouTube channel. The funny thing is, they never mention WordPress at all.
Liquid Web acquired Modern Tribe on November 15, 2021. No surprise here, as they had previously purchased Modern Tribe’s flagship product – Events Calendar.
In reference to the article, we welcome you to submit your suggestions for creating an owl-link block using various approaches.
Chris Coyier has posted an article in which he shows how useful vscode.dev is.
Arm in arm with Maciek Palmowski, Andy Fragen – the creator of Git Updater, show us how to update plugins without uploading them to the WordPress repository.
On the WebDevStudios blog, Scott Anderson has briefly described autosave and revisions in WordPress.
Ellen Bauer describes what the theme.json file is and what it helps us achieve.
Toronto Web Performance announced the call for papers for the event that will take place on 15th December.
Excellent news comes from Big Orange Heart. WordFest Live 2022 will take place on March 4.