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A year in review: A walk through Memory Lane at the MainWP Blog in 2018

2018 year in review

As we finish up the year, I thought it would be interesting, or fun, to take a look at some of the articles at the MainWP blog in the year 2018. Consider it a walk down the MainWP Blog Memory Lane. See the most popular articles at MainWP in 2017 This year, it seems like,…

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Where will WordPress be in 2019?

What new projects would you want to try to use in WordPress? Common current examples of using WordPress for different site builds include brochure sites or e-commerce stores. You could also use WordPress for different sites types, using WordPress as a headless application, selling download licenses if you had a store which sold downloadable products.…

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The Gutenberg editor releases is this week. Are you ready?

WordPress Gutenberg

It looks like everyone’s favorite WordPress update, 5.0.1 which comes with the new Gutenberg editor, is launching on Thursday, December 6. It seems the decision is to coincide with WordCamp US so that contributors can be available to help with any problems. The project has been pushed back a number of times for various reasons,…

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How to make sure your child sites are ready for WordPress 5.0

WordPress 5.0

With the WordPress 5.0 release less than two weeks away from being shipped, the release is going to be pushed back to be later than November 27, 2018. You need to make sure that your child sites have been updated to deal with the new version of WordPress. The major changes being the new default…

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Ready for Gutenberg? Here are four resources to help

WordPress Gutenberg

With WordPress Gutenberg getting closer to its version 5.0 release, WordPress professionals are starting to get up to speed. Not everyone is thrilled with the new editor, but it is clear that it is the future of WordPress editing. Recently, WordPress released a “call out” asking users to try the new editor by installing the…

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How to hide the Gutenberg Banner from your child sites

remove gutenberg banner

WordPress 4.9.8 release, scheduled for July 31, 2018, will include a banner inviting website owners to try the new Gutenberg editing experience. This banner shows for all users with the back end access and each user needs to dismiss it individually. Hiding this banner on multiple sites can take you some time, however, MainWP Code Snippets…

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Blockbuster announcements and Gutenberg update

Gutenberg

There have been a few announcements of recent weeks that have made quite an impact in the WordPress space. Today we discuss a few of those including a Gutenberg update, a major WordPress company acquisition, and the announcement of a WordCamp US location. So, if you are ready to ride, then hop on. Giddy up…

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WordPress Roundup: How the GDPR effects your WordPress business

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In this month’s WordPress Roundup, we are taking a look at Gutenberg, GDPR, Theme Frameworks and learning more about Thin Content from Yoast. Buckle up! Let’s ride. April 2018 WordPress Roundup My Gutenberg Experience Thus Far – WP Tavern Are you ready for Gutenberg? One of the most anticipated new features for WordPress, Gutenberg is…

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WordPress Roundup: Gutenberg gets closer and Ai is on deck

WordPress Roundup September 2017

In this month’s WordPress Roundup, we visit 10 steps to get started with a news magazine site, hear first impressions from Gutenberg by WP Tavern, learn about 14 WordPress plugins that use Artificial Intelligence, and have a little fun with some memes. How to Start a News Magazine Site with WordPress in 10 Easy Steps…

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