Many first-time bloggers and other website owners don’t come from a web or software development background. If you’re reading this,…
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During the 4.3 retrospective, one commonly mentioned theme was make/core posts and improving their style and language. All active contributors should review this post and comment with your feedback. This is a DRAFT and a PROPOSAL, it is not a whack from above with Mjölnir. After revising, this document will live in the core handbook. Introduction […]
Here are my agenda items for today’s Dev Chat in the #core channel on Slack. Time/Date: : Feature Plugin Merge Window Opens REST API Responsive Images oEmbed Twenty Sixteen Gardening 6 weeks, 995 commits Since 4.3 268 in the past 7 days Timeline We’ve closed 484 tickets since 4.4 started 821 if you count those that have been closed […]
The RICG WordPress Team is proposing a partial merge of the RICG Responsive Images plugin into core in version 4.4. Specifically, we are proposing to add native srcset and sizes support to WordPress (ticket #33641). Purpose As of today, the average web page currently weighs over 2 MB with the majority of those bytes being attributed to images. Screen density and display […]
A few weekends ago I attended WordCamp Las Vegas. I had a great time, made new friends, learned some new things, and managed to keep my gambling losses to $50. In this article, I’d like […]
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Clean and elegant Libre joined the Theme Showcase at the end of June — and thousands of bloggers have already put their own stamp on it.
After months of development, you have a great new WordPress theme or plugin ready for sale. You’re confident your product will help users and be worth every penny of its price. But what should that price actually be? Let’s consider another scenario. Maybe your product has been live for some time but sales are slow. […]
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Cookies are the workhorse of much of the online world yet most people remain blissfully unaware of how and why they’re used. So we’re lifting the lid on the basics to show you how to create, retrieve and destroy your own cookies in the context of WordPress.
In the serie ‘Ask Yoast’ we answer your SEO related question. Submit your question by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and you might get a personal answer on video! Today’s SEO question comes from Gude Hudson-Gool from Kent. She is wondering: “In my online shop, should I aim to get the SEO ‘green light’ on each individual […]