You probably didn’t know what to expect from my post on WordPress celebrating 15 years. Well, in one word. Jazz.
In this week’s WordPress news: WordPress 4.9.6 is released with privacy features, repository plugin cleanup, WordSesh and false alarm on WP update via Google search console.
This week we look are looking at Google Analytics data retention controls, WordCamp US Community Bazaar, new photo library for WordPress.com members and the first WordCamp retreat.
This week’s news is all about product blocks, Square buying Weebly, WordPress headaches, CMS accessibility ratings and National Password Day.
This weeks news includes more on GDPR, the WordPress jargon glossary, users vs. buyers and WebDevStudios celebrates 10 years.
This week it’s WooCommerce 3.4 beta, WordPress turns 15, Google Photos and Jetpack and the winner of the Torque plugin madness.
In this week’s news we share some info on GDPR, Gutenberg 2.6 and why you need to have a WordPress.com account to use Jetpack.
This week: WPCampus speaker submissions ending soon, WordPress accessibility statement, WordPress update, Gutenberg 2.6, WooCommerce feedback and some security hack stats. Plus Gutenberg course and WordSesh.
You have read about the new features in WordPress 4.9 Now watch me demonstrate them for you.
Although a minor update, check out what happened in WooCommerce 3.2 release.
The third WooCommerce conference, WooConf, is coming to Seattle. Check it out and learn what BobWP will be doing there this year.
The image, video, audio and text widgets in WordPress 4.8 will make life easier for new and casual WordPress users.