It’s the first day of spring and you know what that means!
Leave a comment if you’ve done the same.
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.
If you’ve ever left an overly-enthusiastic comment on a site, you may be able to relate to this.
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.
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.
Heading to WordCamp US in Nashville this weekend? Be sure to stop by the WP Engine booth to pick up a copy of our Torque Toons coloring book. Featuring some of our favorite WordPress toons of the past year.
Needless to say, we got really excited when we heard that the theme for this year’s WordCamp Europe after party is “retro-futurism“.
The American Chopper meme is so popular these days that it was only a matter of time before WordPressers got in on it.