Matt Mullenweg Unveils Gutenberg Roadmap at WCEU, WordPress Agencies and Product Developers Sprint to Prepare

WordPress Tavern: photo credit: WordCamp Europe Photography TeamAt his WCEU keynote address in Belgrade, Matt Mullenweg laid out a detailed roadmap for Gutenberg to land in WordPress 5.0 within the next few months, garnering mixed reactions from attendees. Gutenberg’s timeline is one of the most pressing questions for those who work in the WordPress ecosystem. The Gutenberg…

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5 Best WordPress Front End Editor Plugins For Easy Content Creation

WP Lift: Ever wished that you could edit and write WordPress posts from the front end of your site? If so, you’re in luck because WordPress front end editor plugins can make that dream a reality. With them, you, and potentially other users at your site, can edit posts without ever needing to look at the back…

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What does the future hold for WordPress?

WPMU DEV Blog: WordPress has been undergoing some pretty big changes lately. With the REST API promising to revolutionize WordPress development, and Gutenberg promising to do the same for the user interface, it’s not surprising if you find it all a lot to take in. But what impact will these changes really have, and what do they mean…

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How to Greet Each User With a Custom Welcome Message in WordPress

WP Beginner: Do you want to greet each user with a custom welcome message in WordPress? Greeting users with a welcome message can help boost engagement on your website. It can also be used to generate leads and increase sales. In this article, we will show you how to greet each user with a custom welcome message…

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Why WooCommerce Requires Specialist Hosting

WP Mayor: In our lives, it can be hard to switch modes. When I was a student, attempting to survive on a ridiculously tight budget, I developed frugal habits. I would buy my groceries in three different supermarkets, each of which happened to be cheaper for particular items. It saved me about 20% but took twice as…

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WPWeekly Episode 321 – Recap of WordCamp EU 2018

WordPress Tavern: In this episode, John James Jacoby and I are joined by Milan Ivanović who helped organize WordCamp EU in Belgrade, Serbia this past weekend. Ivanović describes what it was like to organize such a large event, challenges the team overcame, and a few details related to WordCamp EU 2019 that will be held in Berlin, Germany.…

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Oxygen 2.0 Review: A Visual Website Builder For WordPress

WP Lift: Back in June 2017, we reviewed a new visual website builder for WordPress called Oxygen. That was Oxygen 1.0. Now, the team at Soflyy (also behind WP All Import and WP Sandbox) is back with a big update – Oxygen 2.0. Like 1.0, Oxygen 2.0 helps you build your entire WordPress site using a visual…

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What does your WordPress business need to grow?

WPMU DEV Blog: WPMU DEV is proud to write about all things WordPress, to offer free plugins, pro plugins, and courses to help everyone from the new WordPress user to the experienced dev. Now we want to open up our blog to your feedback. Publishing content is hard. You might have a great strategy around it, but trying…

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How to Block a WordPress User Without Deleting Their Account

WP Beginner: Do you want to block a WordPress user from your blog? The simplest way to achieve this is to delete their user profile, but it will remove them completely from your site. In this article, we will show you how to block a WordPress user without deleting their account. Why You Shouldn’t Delete a User…

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Oxygen 2.0 Review: A True Visual WordPress Website Builder

WP Mayor: Looking for a more flexible way to build your next WordPress website? Oxygen, a visual WordPress website builder that we previously reviewed back in 2017, is about to release Oxygen 2.0. Oxygen 2.0 completely eliminates your WordPress theme from the equation, instead offering up a powerful drag-and-drop visual builder and templating system to let you…

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