Beginner’s Guide to WordPress File and Directory Structure

Do you want to learn about WordPress files and directory structure? All core WordPress files, themes, plugins, and user uploads are stored on your website hosting server. In this beginner’s guide, we’ll explain the WordPress file and directory structure. Why You Should Learn About WordPress File and Directory Structure? Most users can run their WordPress … Read more

Gutenberg 13.7 Expands Custom Template Capabilities, Adds Estimated Reading Time to Info Panel

Gutenberg 13.7 was released this week with major updates to full-site editing (FSE) capabilities that expand custom template creation. Users can now create templates for custom taxonomies, specific terms, and single categories and tags. The update also includes the ability to create templates for specific pages. Clicking on “Add New” template and selecting Category will … Read more

WordPress Accessibility Day 2022 Opens Call for Speakers and Sponsors

WordPress Accessibility Day, a free, 24-hour virtual event, is set for November 2-3, 2022. The event was first founded in 2020 and will continue this year led by Joe Dolson and Amber Hinds. It was previously run by the WordPress core Accessibility Team through the WordPress Foundation but organizers are running it independently this year … Read more

WordPress.com Ends Recent Pricing Experiment, Reverts to Previous Model

WordPress.com has ended the pricing experiment it began at the beginning of April. The company announced today that it is rolling back its pricing structure to the previous model, which offered five plans, including the free tier. WordPress.com’s updated pricing table – July 21, 2022 A few months ago, WordPress.com pared back its pricing table … Read more

WordPress Themes Directory Launches Pattern Previews in Beta

Meta contributors have turned on a new feature in WordPress.org theme listings that allows visitors to preview themes’ bundled patterns. A grid displaying the patterns is now shown underneath a theme’s description and tags. These are automatically fetched from any theme that registers patterns and works for both block and classic themes. Patterns included in … Read more

Bright Mode: A New Block Theme with Vibrant Colors, Patterns, and Custom Block Styles

Brian Gardner, founder of StudioPress and co-creator of the Genesis Framework, has a new block theme in the directory called Bright Mode. The theme features a vibrant color palette with tasteful gradients, 14 beautifully designed block patterns, and so many fun variations tucked into custom block styles. It’s difficult to nail down a niche for … Read more

#35 – Akshat Choudhary on the State of WordPress Security

On the podcast today we have Akshat Choudhary. Akshat is the Founder and CEO of BlogVault, MalCare, WP Remote and Airlift. These WordPress plugins allow their customers to build, manage and maintain their WordPress websites. He’s based in Bangalore, India and we begin the podcast talking about the state of the WordPress community there. We … Read more

How to Allow Users to Upload Images in WordPress Comments

Do you want to allow users to attach images and files in WordPress comments? Images and comments are both powerful tools to boost user engagement on your WordPress site. Depending on your site’s niche and target audience, allowing visitors to upload images in comments can significantly increase user engagement on your site. In this article, … Read more

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