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.
WordSesh 4 is a 24 hour online event filled with amazing WordPress presentations from around the world.
Nothing incredibly major this time, but In WordPress 4.6 the new features are: Shiny Updates, Native System Fonts, Broken Link Checker and Improved Auto Saves plus some under the hood improvements.
Last week I spent three days in Austin, Texas attending and speaking at WooConf, a WooCommerce conference. Today I share the experience with you.
On April 6-8, 2016, the second WooConf will take place in Austin, Texas. If you are a developer, designer that works with WooCommerce, or a store owner that uses it, this conference is for you.
I was fortunate enough to be able to attend the Inaugural WordCamp US 2015 in Philly. And it was awesome. A bit of insight from the event and some photos for you enjoyment.