With the end of the year almost upon us, I'd like to take a moment and look back on 2018 with you and share what's coming in 2019. Beyond the major change to privacy post GDPR last May, the biggest news of 2018 was the introduction of the new block editor, aka Gutenberg. The WordPress developer community … Continue reading The Year that Was 2018
After spending an amazing month mostly away from the computer and immersing myself in horizons and vistas much wider than a computer screen, it's been hard to sit down again to blog. So let me sum up briefly what I've learned since returning to WordPress.com in case you missed it, too: Gutenberg is now available … Continue reading Real Life is bad for blogging
If you look in your WP Admin dashboard on your WordPress.com site, you might see this Not seeing a link to WP Admin in your MY SITES dashboard? Here's why, but you can add /wp-admin/ to the end of your current site address to get there. Depending on the number of WPcom users that enable … Continue reading Gutenberg is in the rental unit
The number of available themes, both free and premium, here on WordPress.com has been holding steady at 288 since the beginning of 2018. No new themes (at all!) have been introduced since the "Photo Blog" and "Small Business" premium themes were introduced in December 2017 and lots have been retired since then. Most of those … Continue reading My theme’s been retired! Now what?
In the roadmap outlined by Matt Mullenweg at WordCamp Europe in Belgrade, the new Gutenberg editor for WP Admin users on WordPress.com was to be integrated sometime in June. Yes, here on WordPress.com. (Pro tip: WordPress.com is the test arena for features coming to standalone WordPress.) https://twitter.com/dimensionmedia/status/1007599787523354625 Looking even more closely at the screenshots from … Continue reading Has anyone seen Gutenberg?
Hello all, I'm taking the next few weeks off to rest and recuperate from a recurring back injury. There won't be any new posts for a while and this will also give me an opportunity to revisit how this site can best serve its readers. You'll still be able to access all the articles in … Continue reading Intermission
The casting off of The Daily Post after 7 years has left many bloggers adrift with feelings of abandonment. The Powers That Be also removed the page that listed community organized events that was available there, but fortunately you can still find it in The Internet Archive's Wayback Machine. https://twitter.com/wpcommaven/status/1006458534169645056 If you can, donate a … Continue reading Not The Daily Post