Gutenberg 3.9 Introduces Reusable, Exportable Templates for Multiple Blocks

WordPress Tavern: Gutenberg 3.9 was released last week with a new feature that allows users to group multiple blocks into reusable templates. The templates can also be exported and imported as a JSON file. The idea of reusable templates is an expansion of the concept of dynamic reusable blocks that Gutenberg technical lead Matias Ventura proposed in…

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How to Add a Glossary or Dictionary Section in Your WordPress Site

WP Beginner: Do you want to add a glossary or dictionary section in your WordPress site? A glossary section has all the terms and abbreviations related to your business, so you can easily explain industry topics to your customers. This helps you earn trust and position yourself as an industry leader. In this article, we will show…

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6 Best WordPress App Builder Plugins: Turn WordPress Into A Mobile App

WP Lift: Want to turn your WordPress site into a mobile app? A WordPress app builder plugin can help you do just that without needing to pay for expensive custom development. In this post, I’ve collected six of the best WordPress app builder plugins, including a couple options that we’ve previously reviewed in more depth. These plugins…

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How to Add a Particle Effect to Your Website (Using Slider Revolution)

WP Mayor: It’s no secret that a website needs to standout in order to capture attention. Of course, this isn’t the whole story with regard to success, but it’s a virtual ‘first impression’ that’s crucial to nail. However, doing so is getting tougher given the number of solutions on the market to do provide unique design elements…

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New commonWP Plugin Enables WordPress Sites to Use the Free jsDelivr CDN

WordPress Tavern: Milan Dinić, a WordPress developer based in Serbia, has released his commonWP plugin that enables WordPress sites to use the free, public jsDelivr CDN. Last year jsDelivr was revamped to allow any file from GitHub and npm to be served by the CDN. WordPress’ mirror on GitHub made it possible for Dinić to create a…

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Weekly WordPress News: WordPress.com Gets Gutenberg

WP Lift: True to its roadmap, Automattic is starting to roll out the Gutenberg editor at WordPress.com. For now, it’s only available to a small segment of users, but that will grow as Automattic expands theme support. And in other Gutenberg news, the new Amnesty International is also going to use the Gutenberg editor.Also, if you’ve been…

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6 Best Bookkeeping Services for Your Online Business (Compared)

WP Beginner: As your online business grows, bookkeeping becomes a chore that you may want to outsource. Bookkeeping services help you manage bookkeeping, payroll, expenses, and more. You can choose a service that integrates into your cloud accounting software, or outsource your bookkeeping completely. In this article, we have hand-picked the best bookkeeping services for your online…

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20 Inspiring Modern Church WordPress Themes

WP Mayor: The goal of every business is to get engagement. Yet, it’s not always an easy ride. Luckily, there are lots of ways to convert these engagements into leads. And a modern website is one of these. The hard part is, though, to find the right ready-made solution that really worth its price. For this reason,…

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Gutenstats Blog Is Live, Tracking Gutenberg Beta Testing Data

WordPress Tavern: Matt Mullenweg tweeted out a link to Gutenstats.blog this evening, a new site dedicated to tracking Gutenberg beta testing data. The site shows there are currently more than 420,000 active installations of Gutenberg, a slightly more precise number than reported on the WordPress.org plugin page (400K+). Gutenstats also tracked 213,000 posts written with the new…

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