With each major WordPress update, theme authors gain access to new tools that decrease their development workload and can increase the performance of their themes. Most of these improvements in[…]
Theme authors can now create multiple theme.json variations and place them into their theme’s /styles folder. From there, users can switch between the various presets to something that su…
Controlling the front-end design of WordPress sites can feel like a bit of a hot mess these days. How can we make CSS more predictable?
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With full site editing and global styles landing in WordPress 5.9, there’s been a lot of feedback and interest in how WordPress (and in particular Gutenberg) generates styles for blocks,[…]
Changes in v2 of theme.json WordPress 5.9 is evolving the theme.json v1 introduced in WordPress 5.8 to a v2. The existing v1 theme.json files will still work as expected, and[…]