Since December 2018 where the new WordPress editor was first introduced, many changes have been made over and under the hood. Today, Gutenberg has an increasing user base but still carries a few adversaries. In this retrospective, we'll see the reasons it has become one of the hottest topics inside the WordPress community. Furthermore, we'll give you 10 reasons to start using the Gutenberg editor right now.
For all of you using the very helpful Jetpack Plugin in your WordPress installations, we suggest to update your plugin with the latest version. As we see in the changelog, there have been several performance improvements along with bug fixes and 3 security fixes. According to the official release article: Our development team is always working to […]
Updated: 04/01/2018 Even if WordPress itself still supports PHP 5.2.x, we strongly believe that this should not be the case for our themes too. That’s why, a few months ago, we decided to raise this limit to PHP 5.3. Heads up…time for 5.3.x to rest in peace! After this WordPress.org recommendation we decided to move […]