The WordPress marketing team has organized a campaign called from Blogs to Blocks to celebrate the upcoming 20th anniversary of WordPress. It will run from today until May 27th. They will provide prompts each day and invite people in the community to participate. Information is here if you want to join in.
Robby McCullough @ wpbeaverbuilder.com• 7 months ago
Robby McCullough of the Beaver Builder team published on their blog a post about why limited site licenses don’t make sense for GPL products. (note that he republished this article from 5 years ago as it is still relevant).
Scott Kingsley Clark @ pods.io• 7 months ago
Scott Kingsley Clark on the Pods blog announces that the first beta of Pods 3.0 is available. A main feature of this release is conditional logic based on field values where you can show or hide a field based on the value of another field.
Elijah Mills @ oxygenbuilder.com• 7 months ago
From the Oxygen blog, Elijah Mills shares a very nice video showing how to create your own mini CSS framework. The video uses Oxygen and some of its features, but the ideas can be used with other builders.
David McCan @ webtng.com• 7 months ago
From the WebTNG newsletter comes an in-depth editorial looking at block themes and discussing reactions to Gutenberg and the Site Editor. The author suggests that viewing Gutenberg as a “dumpster fire” is a fallacy.
Blair Williams @ memberpress.com• 7 months ago
The MemberPress blog posts news of the acquisition of Wishlist Member and CourseCure by Caseproof. They also recently acquired MemberMouse.