The page with information about the 4.8 release was published this week. After that, the final release is planned for June 8.Continue reading "WordPress weekly recap #18: 4.8 schedule and more"
My newest theme will use the Masonry script to display image grids. But I only need this function if the viewport is wider than a particular width. If the viewport is narrower than this width, the images are displayed below each other, and for that, I do not need to initialize the script. This post shows you how to get this behavior working.Continue reading "Running masonry script depending on viewport width"
You can see it in action in the demos — as well the default as the alternative layout. Besides that change, version 1.2.0 brings a few smaller style improvements for the header area of posts. More about that in the changelog.
Anna Harrison has done user tests of the Gutenberg editor and wrote down the results in an extensive post.Continue reading "WordPress weekly recap #17: user testing the Gutenberg editor and more"
Two weeks ago I wrote a post about deployment via GitLab. Now I realized the same behavior for a public GitHub repository with Travis, and this post shows you how I did it.Continue reading "Auto deployment to staging and production server with Travis CI"
Matt Mullenweg introduced browser support changes which will come in WordPress 4.8. The new release will not longer officially support Internet Explorer 8, 9, and 10.Continue reading "WordPress weekly recap #16: changing IE support in 4.8 and more"
This time only a small tip. To get a quick overview about a font’s kerning, you can use the word WAVES. If there are large not-so-nice large spaces between letter pairs, like for Crimson Text in the screenshot above, you maybe should search for an alternative font.
The team around the media widgets proposed the image widget for a merge into core.Continue reading "WordPress weekly recap #15: Merge proposal for image widget and more"
I recently started to deal with Continuous Integration (CI). With that, you can automatically run tasks after pushing to a version control repo, like code testing or deployment. This post shows you how a deployment process to staging and production server can look with GitLab.Continue reading "Auto deployment to staging and production server with GitLab CI"
The mobile team introduced the Aztec editors, which work with the Google and Apple APIs to improve the editing experience in the mobile apps.Continue reading "WordPress weekly recap #14: new editors for the mobile apps and more"