The Gutenberg team released version 3.7 last week that comes with a so-called spotlight mode with the goal to set the focus on the currently selected block.Continue reading WordPress weekly recap #35: Gutenberg 3.7 and more
This week, Mika Epstein published an update for the guidelines regarding human-readable source code and the one for trialware.Continue reading WordPress weekly recap #34: plugin guideline updates and more
Gutenberg 3.6 was released and comes with an updated block inserter and new icons for the core blocks.Continue reading WordPress weekly recap 33: Gutenberg 3.6 and more
This week, the 2.0.0 version of WP-CLI was released, that comes with many improvements – both for developers and users.Continue reading WordPress weekly recap #32: WP-CLI 2.0.0 and more
This week, WordPress 4.9.8 was released. It comes with a callout for trying the new Gutenberg editor.Continue reading WordPress weekly recap #31: WordPress 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
Yesterday I had the problem, that the core table block is not wrapped in a
div at the frontend. Of course, it is great that no useless markup is outputted, but I needed a wrapper element for my responsive table solution. Here I show you how to wrap a core block in an element.
This week, the security team released WordPress 4.9.7 to fix a security issue.Continue reading WordPress weekly recap #27: WordPress 4.9.7 and more
In this post I show how to create different color palettes in Gutenberg, to – for example – allow other colors for the text than for the background.Continue reading Create different color palettes with Gutenberg