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Bookmarked https://wptavern.com/wordpress-community-attributes-declining-market-share-to-performance-issues-increased-complexity-and-the-lagging-full-site-editing-project. Good. Huge fan, still, (of WordPress …

Bookmarked https://wptavern.com/wordpress-community-attributes-declining-market-share-to-performance-issues-increased-complexity-and-the-lagging-full-site-editing-project.

Good. Huge fan, still, (of WordPress as a content management system, not necessarily its “Full Site Editor”) but the last thing we need is a near-monopoly, or growth for the sake of it.

For the first time in WordPress’ nearly 19-year history, the software’s usage stats are showing signs of declining market share.

WordPress Community Attributes Declining Market Share to Performance Issues, Increased Complexity, and the Lagging Full-…
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Bookmarked https://github.com/euchenhofer/wordpress-webmention/commit/beb2d961f0074fc8b4a6fcd8babf533a4cd5db61. I’ve previously complained about not being …

Bookmarked https://github.com/euchenhofer/wordpress-webmention/commit/beb2d961f0074fc8b4a6fcd8babf533a4cd5db61.

I’ve previously complained about not being able to easily add a class to inline links in Gutenberg. This here code takes a bit of a different approach, and uses span and data elements instead. (Still, I’d love to be able to just use a elements, in a robust manner.)

Add microformat properties to gutenberg editor · euchenhofer/[email protected]
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Bookmarked https://wptavern.com/gutenberg-12-5-introduces-global-styles-variations-preserves-adjacent-button-styling-and-adds-alpha-transparency-to-color-pickers. A lot of my WordPress sites …

Bookmarked https://wptavern.com/gutenberg-12-5-introduces-global-styles-variations-preserves-adjacent-button-styling-and-adds-alpha-transparency-to-color-pickers.

A lot of my WordPress sites are based off a select few “base” themes, which I’d then change the fonts, colors, and spacing of (in a child theme, obviously). Being able to do so in theme.json will probably make that sort of thing quite a bit easier.

Gutenberg 12.5 Introduces Global Styles Variations, Preserves Adjacent Button Styling, and Adds Alpha Transparency to Co…
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My one issue with ClassicPress is that it’s …

My one issue with ClassicPress is that it’s based on WordPress 4.9. (WordPress itself is now at version 5.9 and a fair number of plugins have moved on to—very few, ’cause not that much has changed, but still—core functions introduced in one of the more recent versions. All while, perhaps surprisingly, the Classic Editor plugin just works.)