This week: Performance Lab, WordPress Security Report, WordPress Multisite, Gutenberg, and much more…
Performance Lab plugin finally saw the light of day. It is a plugin with various optimizations that will (or not) hit the core over time.
Patchstack has published a very thorough WordPress security report. It includes everything from core vulnerabilities to plugins and themes.
Chris Wiegman cannot imagine his career without WordPress Multisite. He also explains what this variant of WordPress is good for and what is not for.
LMS created by e-learning experts
LearnDash is taking cutting-edge e-learning methodology and infusing it into WordPress. Trusted to power the learning programs for major universities, small to mid-size companies, startups, entrepreneurs, and bloggers worldwide.
Liz Allen described how to optimize a WordPress website with only first-party data in mind.
You can now vote in
Plugin Madness. We will definitely vote for ACF and Yoast SEO.
XWP asked a few of its female employees about their views on equality in the world of technology and how to #BreaktheBias.
Ross Wintle wrote the story behind Turbo Admin. How was it created, how does marketing look like and what were the sales goals.
Allie Nimmons summarized what it means to be a contributor and how to start your adventure with helping WordPress grow.
If you want to start your adventure with the
deployment automation (aka CI/CD) in WordPress, watching this video may be very useful.
Block Museum is a really fascinating project showing what we can achieve with Gutenberg.
Lindsey Bell brings up a very important topic of asking questions as a developer. Most of us don’t like to do this because as developers we should be the ones always knowing the answers.
We are usually opposed to such lists, but this time we make an exception.
Eric Karkovack has collected in one place 10 interesting themes that use Full Site Editing.
Donna Cavalier introduced the future of buying plugins, themes and services on WordPress.com. Currently, only a few plugins can be purchased directly from the panel, but this will change soon. Upcoming events
WordSesh, a fully virtual conference on WP, will take place on May 16-20.
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.
Page Builder Summit will be held on June 20-24. It is hard to imagine a better conference dedicated to page builders. If you like this edition, don't forget to share it.