Attend the Great WP Virtual Summit for Free: August 19-23

For five days next week, from August 19-23, the inaugural event of The Great WP Virtual Summit will be taking place. Conceived by South African based WordPress developer Anchen le Roux, the summit aims to bring together experts from various fields within the WordPress ecosystem to share their knowledge over (more…)

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Popular WordPress Themes Remove Obtrusive Admin Notices to Conform to New Theme Directory Requirement

Last month the WordPress Theme Review Team took action to curb obtrusive admin notices, requiring all themes to use the admin_notices API and follow the core design pattern. Prior to this rule going into effect, many themes would commonly display a large, branded notice upon activation. Sometimes these came with (more…)

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WP Tavern is hiring full-time writers. We are looking for reporters with the ability to write WordPress news every day, covering a wide range of topics, including (but not limited to) Gutenberg, core development, community, open source software, plugin and theme ecosystems, Tumblr, developer trends, and the open web. The (more…)

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Build Customizer Settings Faster by Using the Kirki Framework in Your Project

Kirki is a free open-source (MIT-licensed) framework built for developers who are looking to add Customizer Controls to their themes or plugins. Aristeides Stathopoulos, Kirki’s lead developer has been working on the framework since 2014. Thanks to the continuous updates and improvements, Kirki has built a community on Github which (more…)

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Block building without JavaScript: Testing ACF, Block Lab, and Lazy Blocks

Not everyone is able or willing to build blocks in JavaScript just yet, and sometimes you have to install three or four block collections until you find the blocks you would like. There is a third way: plugins that create the blocks for you from a set of specific custom (more…)

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