WordPress 5.2 is here. The latest version of WordPress brings us a number of improvements for the Gutenberg Editor, a new debugging tool for analyzing the website condition and a recovery mode for fixing fatal PHP errors.
In this series of articles, I'll explain how you can build your own WordPress block from scratch. In the third part we look at the registerBlockType function, which you can use to register your WordPress block and add it in the Gutenberg editor.
With the WP Migrate DB plugin you can move your WordPress database in just a few steps and migrate all your content to another website. The plugin is particularly suitable for developers to exchange data between staging and live websites.
In this series of articles, I'll explain how you can build your own WordPress block from scratch. In the second part we will look at how you can create your first block plugin with create-guten-block, a starter toolkit for Gutenberg Blocks.
With the Two-Factor plugin you can increase the login security of your WordPress website with two-factor authentication. This means that unauthorized persons can no longer gain access to your WordPress account so easily, even with knowledge of the login data.