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Video: A Quick Introduction to Gutenberg and the New WordPress Block Editor from LinkedIn Learning

Although WordPress developers and professionals have been inundated with Gutenberg news for more than a year, there’s a whole wide world of users who will learn about the project for the first time when 4.9.8 includes a “Try Gutenberg” prompt in the admin. If you haven’t been following the news closely and are wondering what all of this Gutenberg talk ...

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Ask Sucuri: How Do You Find Website Backdoors?

In a previous post, we have explained what website backdoors are and what they look like. Today, we want to focus on ways that we identify and remove backdoors to prevent reinfection. Techniques to Find Backdoors Finding a website backdoor is not an easy task because the main function of a backdoor is to keep it hidden from the website ...

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Magento vs WooCommerce – Which one is Better? (Comparison)

Are you trying to decide between Magento vs WooCommerce for your online store? Magento and WooCommerce are two popular eCommerce platforms on the market. In this article, we will compare Magento vs WordPress and explain their pros and cons, so you can choose the best platform for your needs. Overview: Magento vs WooCommerce Before we get into details, let’s take ...

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Video: Matt Mullenweg’s Summertime Update At WCEU 2018

Sessions from WordCamp Europe 2018 are making their way onto WordPress.tv , including Matt Mullenweg’s Summertime Update . In the video, Mullenweg shares the progress that’s been made on Gutenberg, WordPress core development, a Gutenberg road map for including it into core, and what to expect after WordPress 5.0 is released. Be sure to watch the video to the end ...

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WPCampus Will Be Streamed Live For Free July 13-14

WPCampus , a conference focused on WordPress in higher-education takes place this week between July 12-14 at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. If you’re unable to attend in-person or would like to watch the event from home, visit the WPCampus Stream page . Beginning July 13th at 9AM CDT, all general sessions will be streamed live for free. Sessions ...

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New Classic Editor Addon Plugin Disables the “Try Gutenberg” Prompt Coming in WordPress 4.9.8

photo credit: Hermes Rivera Gutenberg development continues along the roadmap Matt Mullenweg announced at WordCamp Europe with WordPress 4.9.8 set to introduce a “Try Gutenberg” prompt to increase usage and testing. Core design contributors are currently working on a few new iterations of the callout. They are also considering including a section inside the prompt with an option to install ...

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