As WordPress modernizes in an increasingly competitive landscape, its community is taking new initiatives that challenge the notion of a WordPress bubble.
Gutenberg is the future of WordPress, but you don’t need to be a developer to help shape it. So how do you contribute without code?
If you’re a Super Admin of a WordPress multisite, we just rolled out updates to WP Rollback that you’re going to love. Check it out. You’re welcome. 😉
Matt Cromwell recently chatted with plugin authors, page builder authors, and Gutenberg contributors to understand how it impacts the WordPress ecosystem.
Are you using the PHP compatibility checker to determine which plugins to use on your site? What are its limitations? Let’s talk about it.
Between the Google Styling Wizard and Snazzy Maps you no longer have to settle for default Google map colors. Why not match them to your site colors like you do everything else? This tutorial will walk you through exactly how […]
Is Advertising in WordPress important? Advertising is just as relevant in WordPress as it was back in the day of David Ogilvy, the founder of modern advertising. We can accomplish a lot — together. At Post Status’ Publish event this past […]
Kevin Hoffman joined the WordImpress team as a WordPress Engineer this past fall. We asked him some questions about code, Open Source, and life. We hope that when you read this post, you’ll love him as much as we do. […]
Recently at WordCamp US, Joost de Valk, CEO and Founder of Yoast, gave a presentation on SEO. Why does it matter? How do you optimize it? Are there shortcuts? There is a lot more to SEO than just the technical. […]
As is his custom, Matt Mullenweg co-founder of WordPress and CEO at Automattic, gave his annual State of the Word presentation at the end of WordCamp US. This gives us a review of where WordPress has been in 2016 and […]