WordPress weekly recap #30: Registering metadata in 4.9.8 and more

WordPress 4.9.8 introduces a way to register metadata for specific object subtypes, instead of only for whole object types like all post types.

As I needed to skip the last two recaps, I will include posts from that two weeks, which I think are important enough, with the posts from the current week 30 into this post. Continue reading WordPress weekly recap #30: Registering metadata in 4.9.8 and more

Create different color palettes with Gutenberg

Since Friday I am working on my first Gutenberg project and almost instantly had my first larger problem: the project has two different color palettes for text and background color. Gutenberg, by default, makes it possible to have one color palette. The colors can be modified relatively easy, but the project makes it necessary two have two different palettes. This post shows how to get this working. Continue reading Create different color palettes with Gutenberg