OpenLampTech WordPress Wednesday #6
WordPress is changing and moving at a breakneck speed. Stay on top of what's happening in the ecosystem. OpenLampTech WordPress Wednesday #6 August 3rd, 2022.
WordPress is changing at such a pace that it's a full-time gig just keeping up with it.
That’s where I come in and why you are here.
I’m not a WordPress developer, professional, or guru.
However, I am a WordPress blogger and user and I am interested in learning WordPress.
All that said, I search for and read a lot of WordPress-related content and am publishing the OpenLampTech WordPress Wednesday section to share the best articles and content I can find.
All on WordPress.
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I’m sharing these articles for this OpenLampTech WordPress Wednesday #6 for August 3rd, 2022.
Solving WordPress Dashboard Spam and Contributing to WordPress (MasterWP)
WordPress.com Ends Recent Pricing Experiment, Reverts to Previous Model (WPTavern)
WordPress Contributors Consider Renaming Full-Site Editing (WPTavern)
WordPress Theme Authors Are Moving to Host Fonts Locally (WPTavern)
Refocusing the WordPress Mobile App on the Core User Experience — without Jetpack (Post Status)
How to Import and Export Websites in Local (By Flywheel) (Torque)
Sean Blakeley on Transitioning a Large Agency Over to Gutenberg (WPTavern)
WordPress Web Hosting Services Market Countermeasures of Economic Impact 2022 – A2 Hosting, AccuWeb, Bluehost, DreamHost, FatCow, GoDaddy, etc
How to Install Template Kits in WordPress Step-by-Step (SeedProd)
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