In this series I give insights into my WordPress theme business and report on ideas, plans, challenges and activities of the last quarter. In episode 05 for July to September 2018 I tell a little about the development of custom blocks for the new Gutenberg editor and show the first demos of my custom blocks suite.
With the WP First Letter Avatar plug-in, you can display the first letter of the commentator as a colored avatar image. The plugin is a data protection compliant alternative to Gravatar and spices up your WordPress comments with colorful avatars.
With the upcoming Gutenberg editor, colors for paragraphs of text and certain content blocks can be specified for the first time. In this tutorial, I'll show you how to register your own Gutenberg color palette and define colors that match the theme.
With the WordPress plugin Search & Replace you can search for and replace any content such as the domain of your website or text fragments in the WordPress database. In this post I present the possibilities and uses of the plugin in detail.
The future WordPress editor divides minds and calls both supporters and opponents on the scene. In this post, I'll show five reasons for Gutenberg and why I think we need the new blocks in the WordPress core.
On July 31, 2018 at 7 p.m. I will be a guest at the WordPress Meetup in Munich and tell a little about Gutenberg. Anyone interested in my lecture and subsequent question and discussion session on Gutenberg should definitely stop by. I would be happy 🙂