WordPress 5.9 adds support for capability queries in WP_User_Query. Similar to the existing role/role__in/role__not_in query arguments, this adds support for three new query argument…
Lazy-loading images was introduced in WordPress 5.5 and later expanded to also cover iframes in WordPress 5.7. In the upcoming WordPress 5.9 release, the implementation for both has received some[…]
Since WordPress 4.9, it’s possible to control the language of the login screen using the wp_lang query variable (example: wp-login.php?wp_lang=fr_FR). This is a hidden fea…
In WordPress 5.9, new hooks and functions are added to help developers to work with Posts, Post types and Taxonomies. is_post_type_viewable filter WP 5.9 introduces the new is_post_type_viewable fi…
Prior to WordPress 5.9, each block could (but not required to) have a stylesheet attached to it. The way blocks could register a stylesheet was by adding a style and/or[…]
With more design options, more blocks, more patterns, and more tools to edit even more parts of your site, […]
After what seemed like a shoo-in for WordPress 5.9, a proposed web font API was put on hold. The feature would standardize how theme and plugin developers load fonts and[…]
Gutenberg contributors have shifted their efforts to focus on the Navigation Block ahead of WordPress 5.9, leaving the Navigation Editor for a future release. Recent check-ins on the progress have[…]
WordPress 5.9 is getting ready in the WordPress lab and the version is proposed to have some great features and a new default theme – Twenty Twenty-Two.
Take an early look at what’s coming with WordPress 5.9 and find out about proposed new features, roadmap, and expected release date for this major update.
photo credit: Matt Bango The new Twenty Twenty-Two default theme coming in 5.9 hasn’t even been fully built yet but many WordPress enthusiasts who saw yesterday’s design reveal are alre…
WordPress 5.9 will feature a brand new default theme named Twenty Twenty-Two. It arrives during an exciting time for WordPress themes. With the advent of Full Site Editing and Global[…]
Last week, a GitHub pull request I had been watching since October 2020 on the Gutenberg repository was finally merged into the codebase. It changes the structure of the WordPress[…]
This is a quick overview of the main areas and features currently underway for 5.9 in Gutenberg. Some are in more advanced stages than others, but together they paint a[…]