Market share is a false idol. The goal of a platform isn’t just to take a larger slice of the pie, it’s to grow the entire pie.
When we wrote about Divi, we sure heard about it from our audience. So we’re returning to Divi and comparing the criticism to Full Site Editing to see how they stack up.
#wp19day is a celebration of 19 years of WordPress and, more importantly, the WordPress community.
Controlling the front-end design of WordPress sites can feel like a bit of a hot mess these days. How can we make CSS more predictable?
If the Block Pattern Directory is going to be anything, it should at least be a reliable place for users to grab code that follows industry-standard best practices.
As browser support for WebP images grows, Google is pushing for WordPress to convert media libraries to WebP by default. Is this realistic?
With heavy support from Google and Yoast, the performance team unleashes a decent set of beta features.
WordPress.com users will be able to buy anything from themes and plugins to professional support and services directly from their dashboard.
Hosting companies have been buying up the entire custom plugin space. This time, a plugin is going head to head with the hosts on their own turf.
We initially went with Substack over WordPress, and as you can imagine, that lasted about a week. Here’s the story of how MasterWP went from WordPress to Substack to WordPress.
Advanced Custom Fields always felt like the plugin that belonged in core. So how has ACF fared in the eight months since the acquisition?