Unlock the full potential of the Kinsta API and create a WordPress site easily. Also learn how to connect Kinsta API and build a custom UI.
Nonces serve as valuable guardians, diligently shielding websites from potential threats like Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) Attacks, unauthorized AJAX requests, and vulnerabilities within theme…
Imagine if there was an in-browser version of WordPress that didn’t need PHP, a server, or database to run? Welcome to WordPress Playground!
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Need help with how to price WordPress web design projects? Read this blog for top tips. Learn how the Project Estimator can help you increase your prices!
Discover the possibilities of theme.json server-side filters, from dynamically modifying color palettes to restricting block controls based on user permissions.
These days, instead of style.css and functions.php, there is a new central file for block themes: theme.json. Plus, instead of CSS and PHP, you need to be familiar with a[…]
In this article, you’ll use Nuxt 3 and Vue 3 to build a basic headless WordPress site. Nuxt 3 is a full-stack framework built around the latest version of the[…]
In this tutorial I would like to share with you a ready to use example how you can sync WooCommerce products and variations inventory with a CSV file automatically.
How to install @wordpress/scripts tool and start using JSX when creating your custom Gutenberg blocks.
Discover how to create a website using React.js and Headless Wordpress with our step-by-step guide on how headless CMS work.
Drawing from lessons learned building and supporting dozens of headless sites for our clients, 10up architected HeadstartWP: a jumping-off point for decoupled builds, powered by WordPress and Next.js. HeadstartWP delivers[…]
rtCamp’s QA team contributed to the WordPress Core testing to migrate E2E tests from Jest to Playwright. Sharing our learnings from the experience.
Learn how to add or modify block supports in the Editor using client-side filters. This includes adding functionality not yet in WordPress.