Speaking of WordCamps, I’ll be at WordCamp for Publishers next week in Chicago. I’ll be there shooting videos and handing out WordPress themed comics. I hope to see you there! Don’t forget to check out our other editorial toons!
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Gutenberg 3.4 was released yesterday with fixes intended to prepare the plugin for converting existing content to blocks. A wave of new users will soon be testing the new plugin as the result of the “Try Gutenberg” prompt in WordPress 4.9.8. The release date has been pushed back to Thursday, (more…)
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So far in this series on writing WordPress plugins using object-oriented PHP, I’ve focused mainly on testing. This is because a key advantage of object-oriented PHP is that it can be written in a way that is both highly testable and highly reusable. Just using classes doesn’t magically give us this We’ve also not written …
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Your wedding day is a showcase of your love story, and you can highlight your story with a custom wedding invitation that you design. Today we’re looking at how to design wedding invitations, with a few key steps to remember along the way. A custom wedding invitation will help show off your personality, save money […]
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