WordPress 5.4 will be released on March 31, 2020. The new major release mainly brings us new functions and blocks for the Gutenberg Editor. I would like to briefly introduce the biggest innovations in this article.
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.
Now the time has come! After almost two years of development, the new Gutenberg editor is "finished" and will be released on December 6th - tomorrow - with the release of WordPress 5.0 on around 30% of all website operators. Here is everything you need to know about WordPress 5.0.
In the last few weeks I've been asked more and more why my WordPress themes don't show the checkbox for comment cookies, which was introduced with WordPress 4.9.6. The reason for this is not a bug, but changes in the WordPress core itself. Therefore, I would like to briefly show you how you can activate the opt-in checkbox for comment cookies in WordPress.
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 🙂
Last weekend the WordCamp Europe 2018 took place in Belgrade, Serbia. Gutenberg was of course a big topic. In his keynote speech, Matt Mullenweg, Co-Founder of WordPress and CEO of Automattic, presented the Gutenberg Roadmap for the next 3 months.