http://bit.ly/2BV8BeT Doc Pop’s WordPress News Drop is a weekly report on the most pressing WordPress news. When the news drops, I will pick it up...

http://bit.ly/2SVcFVa WooCommerce Blocks 1.3.0 was released yesterday with six new blocks. Previously, the plugin allowed users to display a grid of products by category. The...

http://bit.ly/2DdUHYQ One way to speed up your website development is to build your website locally on your own computer using a software like WAMP (for...

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J Looking for some new ways to connect with your website's followers? Once you've built an audience for your website, they're going to be interested...

http://bit.ly/2stiYnp CoBlocks, one of the earliest block collections for Gutenberg, has added new page building blocks and tools in the latest 1.6 release. ThemeBeans founder...

http://bit.ly/2RQgaPx The WordPress Support forums have been updated to include Twitter/GitHub style auto-completion for usernames. As users begin typing @username in the forum’s TinyMCE editor,...

http://bit.ly/2RwZdKw I recently wrote a series of posts on testing React apps and a series on using phpunit for testing WordPress plugins. Those covered testing...

http://bit.ly/2SR6QYJ Did you know that the new WordPress block editor aka Gutenberg allows you to save your custom content blocks and export them to use...

http://bit.ly/2FqX3pl It’s said that nothing tastes as good as free, but is it really possible to get a website up and running without spending any...

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J WPCampus announced that Tenon LLC, a leading accessibility firm founded by Karl Groves, has been selected to perform its Gutenberg accessibility audit. More than...
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