In June of this year, WP Engine took over StudioPress from Copyblogger. They’ve been quiet the first couple of months, but WP Engine is making their intentions with StudioPress, and specifically Genesis, very clear in the last couple of weeks.[Read more…] about WP Engine moves forward with Genesis and more StudioPress news
Ever since WordCamp Europe 2018 in Belgrade, people have been anxiously waiting for the release schedule of WordPress 5.0. Specifically, when will Gutenberg finally been added to core.
Well, the wait is over. Matt Mullenweg published a plan for WordPress 5.0 over at the Make WordPress Core blog. This is what he had to say about it:[Read more…] about The plan and schedule for WordPres 5.0
This week’s Monday was the first opportunity to buy your WordCamp ticket for what’s going be a great WordCamp Europe again. This time in the beautiful city Berlin in Germany.[Read more…] about WordCamp Europe releases second batch of tickets
Over at the Make Core blog, Mattias Ventura introduced Gutenberg version 3.9 last week and with it came a few features that make the whole Gutenberg project quite mature.[Read more…] about With Release 3.9, Gutenberg is getting all grown up