I can’t stop praising WordPress when it comes to the conveniences it provides. While the approach it takes on things might not suit everyone, every time, for the most part its solutions to common issues are good enough. Once such example is images, and the creation of custom sizes from the originally uploaded one.
A new era for WordPress is coming with Project Gutenberg and we thought it’s a good time for a retrospective, how we started, what are we doing now, and what are our plans for the future. Read on to find out!
This time the set consists of 50 icons! In the zip file you will find SVG and PNG versions for all 50 icons ready to be used in any personal or commercial project! (Make sure to credit the original author, that’s not much to ask I guess). Enjoy!
A few days ago we released our first premium business directory theme for WordPress. Listee is an one-stop-theme perfect for any kind of online business directories and listings.
Listee is built around WP Job Manager, the most popular job listing plugin, built by the creators of WordPress itself. We have reworked some of the plugin’s functionality, through the theme, to allow you to create an awesome business directory, instead of the default job listing that comes with the plugin. All that while retaining all the features the plugin provides, including front-end user submissions.
Under the hood Listee is fully compatible with the WordPress customizer, and integrates all theme options there. Colors, typography, layout, and many more are there to help you tailor your business listing site, just the way you need it. Additionally Listee is fully responsive, making sure that the ever increasing mobile user base will have the best possible experience when using your site. It is also compatible with the ever so popular Elementor page builder to allow you to create stunning landing pages with zero coding.
Learn more below and join us to grab your copy today!
WordPress goes to great lengths in order to provide us with a localized environment, displaying dates and times in the correct format and even language. However, since it uses its own timezone setting, some native PHP functions are no longer applicable (or don’t return correct results), such as the date() function which returns a date/time string depending on the timezone configuration of PHP itself, ignoring the WordPress setting.
With Gutenberg getting close to being ready for a beta release and ultimately being merged into core WP, its API and patterns are at a level mature enough that theme authors (and theme shops!) can start planning ahead for the inevitable adoption of the new block system.
In this post we’ll see what the average theme author should have in mind when updating a theme for Gutenberg compatibility and ponder about the future in theme and plugin editing.
Star ratings are a quick and simple way to get feedback from your users, that’s why it has become so popular all around the web. Today we’ll extend WordPress comments by adding our own star rating system.
If you are serious about content marketing, as you should be, you need to work constantly on providing high-quality content that will resonate with your target audience and engage them in your brand. The key to accomplishing that is to have a team of experienced content writers and marketers who fully understand your audience and know exactly how to connect with them and provide them with the answers they are looking for.
Partnering with a content marketing vendor may just be the way to go, but it does have both advantages and disadvantages that you should consider. Read on to weigh up all the pros and cons of engaging in this kind of content outsourcing venture.
One of the greatest things about WordPress, is undoubtedly its customizability. Not only it provides various APIs to make our lives easier by abstracting and hiding complex code and processes, but also allows us to intervene and modify its default behavior. It also gives us the ability to provide the same level of customizability in our own code. If you’re regularly reading tutorials about WordPress or you’re tinkering with PHP, chances are you’ve come across and interacted with hooks.
Gutenberg comes with a set of core libraries which are necessary for any kind of custom block development. Namely those libraries are:
- @wordpress/components: Generic, reusable UI WordPress components
- @wordpress/i18n: Internationalization utilities
- @wordpress/element: Abstraction on top of React
- @wordpress/date: Date formatting and manipulation utilities
- @wordpress/blocks: Module providing utilities for registering and building blocks
- @wordpress/data: Abstraction on top of Redux
- @wordpress/editor: Module representing the WordPress Editor’s page
- @wordpress/utils: Various generic utilities
To use them you need to include them as external script requirements to your final build by registering and enqueueing them, similarly to how you’d include any kind of script or style within WordPress.