Flash sales, countdowns, lack of disclosure, questionable recommendations. What’s going on with the WordPress we grew to love over the years?
PublishPress, a company that develops free and commercial publishing and permissions plugins for WordPress, has acquired MetaSlider from Extendify. The plugin is used on more than 700,000 sites to …
During WordCamp US’ contributor day this weekend, Matt Mullenweg published a renewed call for WordPress’ Make teams to adopt a plugin-first approach when developing new features for cor…
We are pleased to announce that Rocketgenius, the company behind Gravity Forms, has acquired Gravity Flow and Gravity Experts.
Neither do I! And that’s probably because there’s a lot happening in WordPress-land. The evolution towards full-site editing (FSE) introduces frequent changes
I won’t link to the company website, or aide them by writing out the brand name. If you want to revel in the audacity of their claim, you can figure[…]
Matt Mullenweg criticizes that it took a month to create two pages with the Block Editor, saying it’d take a day with Wix.
I just fully rebuilt and relaunched OrganizeWP. I’m experimenting with the pricing model; licenses for updates and support will be sold for each major version, and they don’t expire. I’ve[…]
WordPress is a content management system. So why is one of the best WordPress hosts telling me to manage my content elsewhere?
It took time, but the WordPress theme repository now boasts 100+ block themes. These themes are among the very first to support Full Site Editing (FSE), which was released experimentally[…]
Pirate Forms has been acquired by WPForms. All Themeisle Membership users are now eligible to get a one-year license of WPForms Pro for no extra pay.
Why does the community feel so passionate about contributing to WordPress & what are the perks & problems of contributing for free?
The Gutenberg Times will be hosting representatives from the Pew Research Center in its Live Q&A session on July 22, 2022, with co-hosts Birgit Pauli-Haack and Anne McCarthy. After an[…]
WordPress’ market share is slipping where it matters, and sites built with static site generators, by contrast, are on the rise. Why? And what will these changes mean for you?