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.
- About Brian Coords
- Brian is the Technology Director at Understrap and Howard Development & Consulting. Located in Southern California, Brian is a former college instructor and full-stack developer who brings his unique academic perspective to Understrap Academy. Brian is a graduate of California State Polytechnic University Pomona and California State University Fullerton. His work has included projects for Harvard University, The World Bank, and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
Posts by Brian Coords
Should WordPress load WebP images by default?
As browser support for WebP images grows, Google is pushing for WordPress to convert media libraries to WebP by default. Is this realistic?
How We Landed on Vue.js for WP Wallet
WordPress “Performance Team” Releases Performance Lab Plugin
With heavy support from Google and Yoast, the performance team unleashes a decent set of beta features.
WordPress.com Introduces a Marketplace Directly in The Dashboard
WordPress.com users will be able to buy anything from themes and plugins to professional support and services directly from their dashboard.
Elementor Launches Cloud Website Hosting
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.
Why we migrated from Substack back to WordPress
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 Acquisition Review – Eight Months In
Advanced Custom Fields always felt like the plugin that belonged in core. So how has ACF fared in the eight months since the acquisition?
WordPress is trying to tell you something: WP Notify and Dashboard spam
How do we balance the increase in WordPress dashboard spam with developers who need to pay their bills?
What's on deck for WordPress 6.0
WordPress 6.0 will be the release that really completes the Site Editor.
WordPress 5.9 and Full Site Editing
Could we take advantage of full site editing, or is it really just an appeal to the DIY, no-code crowd?