This week: organization of WordCamp Europe, WordPress Ci/CD, MasterWP acquisition, and much more.
After some turmoil related to the diversity of the WordCamp Europe team, a declaration on the steps taken to address the issue has appeared on the website.
Meg Miller describes 13 popular web design trends and how they affect accessibility.
Michelle Frechette and Allie Nimmons speculate as to why WordPress suffers from a lack of contributors.
Nexcess blog has published Maciek Palmowski’s article on the automation of deployment.
Matt Medeiros explains why in his opinion Gutenberg is the future of all WordPress page builders.
Jonathan Bossenger demonstrates how to configure MySQL incremental backups.
Robert Cnotalski from Osom Studio reveals what behavior patterns should arouse your suspicion when cooperating with agencies.
Josh Pollock presents how to use a Laravel container in creating plugins.
An interview with Maciek Palmowski on why CI/CD is occasionally overlooked by WordPress developers is available to read or to listen to on Torque.
The MasterWP newsletter celebrates its 5th anniversary but on the flip side, they have just been acquired by Howard Development & Consulting.
Konstantin Kovshenin illustrates how to optimize images using imgproxy.
Denis Žoljom justifies the high costs of software development.
Marek Dziok breaks down how to tend for a WP-based website and why it is crucial.
Justin Tadlock has noticed that some plugins found a new place for placing banner ads in the admin panel.
Sal Ferrarello has released Block X-ray Attributes plugin, which makes identifying block attributes very straightforward.
Tom McFarlin has published his own plugin scaffold to build your WordPress plugins on.
Excellent news comes from Big Orange Heart. WordFest Live 2022 will take place on March 4.
WordCamp Europe is back, with plans for an organized analog version in Porto this time. On June 2-4 2022, we will find out whether it works out.