WordPress 5.4 “Adderley” was released a couple of days ago. This major update includes all-new social icons and buttons blocks, improvements to the block editor, and new APIs for theme and plugin developers.
WooCommerce 4.0 is released today after a team of developers finished implementing the changes from the last couple of months and some features that are dating back to 2018.
As the WP Tavern states in their latest article on the upcoming WordPress 5.4 release, the theme and plugin developers should be well aware of the changes.
We are very glad to inform you that our old blog website Theme Adviser is now back online. The website is dedicated to the good WordPress topics and it’s now on a new domain. The Theme Adviser will continue to post regular updates via website, Twitter and Youtube. You can expect tho see the new […]
John James Jacoby announced that bbPress 2.6 was released to the public after a six-year wait. The announcement pass under the radar as WordPress 5.3 was released on the same day.
WordPress, one of the internet’s leaders of blog infrastructure and hosting, takes a step toward making blogging more sustainable by allowing sites to easily accept recurring payments or, should we say subscriptions.
WooCommerce 3.8 delivers new WooCommerce Product Blocks and a few enhancements for all store owners, plus new hooks and tweaks for developers. It also addressed the block editor as we mentioned earlier in our articles about WordPress’s long-term goals.
The WordPress 5.3 named “Kirk” has been released and the latest WordPress update brings block editor enhancements and upgrades, expanded design flexibility, new Twenty Twenty theme and small but useful image editing tools.
No doubt that the last year in WordPress community was indeed the year of many improvements, but according to Matt and his addressing at State of the Word 2019, block-editor winner the last year’s focus in WordPress Ecosystem. WordPress in 2019 Well, just before 2019. started officially, one major WordPress 5.0 update was just released […]
In the latest release of Chrome browser (76) , a new “loading” attribute that supports native lazy loading in the browser has been added.
An implementation for WordPress core is still under discussion. In the meantime, plugins that enable this for WordPress sites are starting to pop up, and Google has just released one of its own.