WordPress 5.8 “Tatum,” named in honor of jazz pianist Art Tatum, landed earlier today. It is the second major release in 2021. It includes duotone media filters, block-based widgets, th…
It is hard not to look through a list of upcoming WordPress 5.8 changes and not find at least a little something to whet your appetite. With so many enhancements[…]
Features such as the upcoming block-based widgets system, the template editor, theme-related blocks, and others have taken up much of the spotlight as of late. However, one of the best[…]
What’s new in WordPress 5.8 including Full Site Editing preview, and the new Query Loop Block. Timeline 0:00 – […]
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WordPress 5.8 brings several additions and tweaks to the block editor API. Contextual patterns for easier creation and block transformations We’ve all been there. Staring at a blank page sometimes[…]
The Block-based widgets editor coming in WordPress 5.8 is a bigger change than people may realize. In this video […]
WordPress 5.8 is set to go live in mid-July. It includes many new features including the query loop block. Go into how it works.
WordPress 5.8 is on deck for July 20, just a mere 10 days from now. The release is geared up to be the most feature-packed update the community has seen[…]
The release of WordPress 5.8 is planned for July 20, 2021, and is now at release candidate 2.WordPress 5.8 includes important theme updates. You can test the features with the[…]
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WordPress 5.8 improves the way we load block-styles by introducing 2 new features: Load styles only for rendered blocks in a pageInline small styles Only load styles for used blocks[…]
The following is a snapshot of some of the changes to the REST API in WordPress 5.8. For more details, see the full list of closed tickets. Widgets WordPress 5.8[…]
It has been a while since I have touched widgets. Once the site editor landed in the Gutenberg plugin, I almost exclusively dropped the old sidebar paradigm and moved to[…]