The Gutenberg editor is becoming more powerful each day, all through this progress is a bit slow, it’s definitely happening, and the Gutenberg block templates are one of the cool new features. With reusable Gutenberg block templates, you can turn your post editor into a fully-featured and mature page builder. Gutenberg block templates Support for adding […]
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.
This is a beginner level guide on how to insert, add or incorporate Slider on the Home page of the WordPress powered websites. The article covers the basic installation of Slider plugin, adding the slider via shortcode or inside PHP templates, and customization. So, let’s get started. 🙂 Choosing the appropriate Slider plugin There are […]
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.
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 […]
This is the list of the most useful and feature-rich AMP plugins for WordPress. These AMP plugins will help you in setting up your website support for AMP and many additional features to the AMP pages.
Besides the default AMP formatting and styling features, you can also insert ADS, Contact forms, display Latest posts and much more using the add-on plugins that extend the AMP for WordPress.
One of the most pressing concerns for users in the Gutenberg editor era is how page builder plugins will respond. Speculation about the new editor “killing off-page builders” has run rampant. But these plugins are slowly evolving ahead of Gutenberg’s imminent inclusion in WordPress 5.0.