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[…]
There’ve been some new tutorials popping here on CSS-Tricks for working with WordPress blocks. One of them is an introduction to WordPress block development
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I have a new favorite WordPress development-related plugin: Theme YAML. Sascha Paukner released it a mere day ago, and it may find its place in many theme developers’ toolboxes before[…]
From the moment I opened my first theme shop back in 2008 to the present day as someone who merely tinkers, my plan has always been to build a single[…]
Round #8 of the Full Site Editing (FSE) Outreach Program began yesterday. Instead of the user-centric call for testing features from the UI, program lead Anne McCarthy asks that volunteers[…]
Increase your site’s security by learning how to disable REST API in WordPress. We’ll take you through this process that will help protect your data.
No more big, ugly blobs of Gutenberg blocks! Read this quick-tip blog post to learn how the structure that JSON provides helps avoid that.
Gutenberg 9.1 made a backward-incompatible change to its theme.json file (experimental-theme.json while full-site editing is under the experimental flag). This is the configuration file that theme …
WordPress 5.5 introduces a number of new features and changes to how request and response parameters are handled, particularly around JSON Schema features. General Support more JSON Schemas when fi…