Before we start building new blocks for the Gutenberg editor we need to know how to properly enqueue scripts and styles. Thankfully WordPress makes this easy with two new hooks.
In this post we’ll be taking a look at some of the current best practices for developing blocks for use in the new Gutenberg WordPress editor as well as implementing Gutenberg features into themes. Before we get in let me say this, I’m not a Gutenberg expert (yet 🤞). I’m learning how to build blocks…Read More
Sidebars can have their purposes, but in most cases there is probably a better way to give your users the same functionality and create better conversions.
In an effort to better understand all that is Gutenberg I’ll be doing a deep dive into the new editor in the coming weeks. I’ll be sharing what I learn as I go along from understanding the basics to developing custom blocks. I’ll be kicking things off with a look at the ideas behind gutenberg blocks.
My second free WordPress theme recently went live on WordPress.org. Here are some of the benefits I gained by going through the process of submitting and revising a theme for release.
I’ve become a lot more involved with WordPress than I would have expected 5 years ago. Here’s a look at what got me into WordPress, what keeps me coming back, and where I want to go.
These are the tools I use to stay healthy and productive when working remotely.
Square for WooCommerce is now free making it easier and cheaper than ever to get an omnichannel shop setup with WordPress. Meaning you can easily sync your inventories between your physical and digital locations.
CSS Grid is here. There is no better time than now to start learning it and implementing it into your development projects. It’s amazingly easy to get started and unlock the power of CSS Grid.
Implementing the new Gutenberg Image Alignment options due out in WordPress 5.0 is a cinch. Start getting your themes ready now!