Forgot to buy a Valentine’s Day Card for your favorite WordPress developer? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Just print the picture below, cut the lines, and fold your own set of cards.
Doc Pop’s WordPress News Drop is a weekly report on the most pressing WordPress news. When the news drops, I will pick it up and deliver it right to you. Hello WP! is one of the newest WordPress podcasts around. Sponsored by WPMU DEV, each episode follows along as Micah Dailey learns about SEO, caching, hackers, and more. In this episode of Doc Pop’s News Drop, Doc talks with Micah about what makes Hello WP! so unique.
If you’ve ever left an overly-enthusiastic comment on a site, you may be able to relate to this.
Is there a WordPress plugin you can’t live without? An awesome tool that helps you promote your site or optimize images? Perhaps there’s an administrative plugin that’s saved you hours of work? Now is the time to say thanks! Torque’s Plugin Madness 2018 is taking nominations from now until March 1st. Nominate your favorite plugins by going to PluginMadness.com. Plugins will be divided into four categories: Marketing Maintenance Optimization eCommerce. We’ll take each of your top nominations and put them through a bracket-style competition throughout March until we’ve landed on the ultimate plugin! Voting in March is important, but if […]
Doc Pop’s WordPress News Drop is a weekly report on the most pressing WordPress news. When the news drops, I will pick it up and deliver it right to you. WordPress governance was a hot topic at WordCamp US 2018. This year, Rachel Cherry and Morten Rand-Hendriksen are starting to get the ball rolling on what they call the WordPress Governance Project. This project is an “unsanctioned” group by the WordPress organization, so they have to host their own Slack instance and list their events in places other than the official WP events list. In this week’s News Drop, we […]
We decided to take a stab at the #10yearchallenge that’s sweeping across Facebook and Twitter. So here’s WordPress in 2009 vs WordPress in 2019.
Doc Pop’s WordPress News Drop is a weekly report on the most pressing WordPress news. When the news drops, I will pick it up and deliver it right to you. 2018 was a year of big changes in the WordPress community and there’s no telling what new things we will see in 2019, but we are sure that these five WordPress trends aren’t going away anytime soon. Love WordPress News But Hate Reading? My name is Doc and this is Doc Pop’s News Drop! Happy New Year. 2018 was a wild year for WordPress. After years of hype, we finally […]
Never forget to capitalize the “P” in “WordPress” again, with this simple lifehack.
During his State of The Word Speech at WordCamp US, Matt Mullenweg mentioned some interesting Gutenberg block options that were available to download. That got us thinking about some Gutenberg blocks that we’d like to see in 2019.
WordCamp US has just wrapped up and we were very fortunate to have the chance to talk to many WordPress heroes during our stay in Nashville, TN. Considering the release of WordPress 5.0 was the day before WCUS, it’s no surprise that Gutenberg was a frequent topic, but we also noticed another topic that kept popping up: WordPress governance. We hope you enjoy these videos. Thanks to JJJ, Morton Rand-Hendriksen, Jenny Wong, Josh Pollock, Raitis Sevelis, Mark Maunder, Taeke Reijenga, and Micah Dailey for their time. You can watch the full playlist here.