Cooler weather arrived here almost exactly at the same time as our fall holidays and the change in weather was a blessing all by itself. (I don’t do well in hot weather, having grown up in a place where it definitely is not hot most of the year.) We even had a few minutes ofContinue reading “Refreshed!”
Category Archives: News
News – An Update on the Classic Editor Plugin – WordPress.org
Welcome news on the WordPress Classic Editor end of life. “Before the release of WordPress 5.0 in 2018, the Classic Editor plugin was published to help ease the transition to the new block editor. At the time, we promised to support the plugin through 2021 and adjust if needed as the deadline got closer. AfterContinue reading “News – An Update on the Classic Editor Plugin – WordPress.org”
How to Use the WordPress Block Pattern Directory on WordPress.com
On July 20, 2021, with the release of WordPress 5.8, the new WordPress Block Pattern Directory went live. In case you haven’t yet heard about WordPress Block Patterns or the WordPress Block Pattern Directory, we’ll explain why this is exciting, how it helps you design your website, and just how easy it is to useContinue reading “How to Use the WordPress Block Pattern Directory on WordPress.com”
Unified We Navigate?
In mid-March 2021, WordPress.com rolled out Unified Navigation to combine both the newer “Calypso/Default/WordPress.com” dashboard and WP Admin. Later, in July 2021, a dashboard “Switcher” was introduced to make changing from one dashboard to the other more intuitive with a further refinement to the interface. WordPress.com is in the process of rolling out a single,Continue reading “Unified We Navigate?”
The start of a new year always encourages me to step back and make an internal review and reassess the things that add value in my life and take a hard look at the things that need to be jettisoned. One thing I’ve found as a result is certain online activities no longer bring meContinue reading “Interlude”
The Classic Editing Experience is Moving, Not Leaving. But where? And for whom?
With the introduction of the Block editor, the WordPress.com Classic Editor was set for retirement at the beginning of June. We pushed that back a bit to make time for more changes that ease the transition to the Block editor — and now it’s time! The WordPress editor empowers you to create pages and posts […]Continue reading “The Classic Editing Experience is Moving, Not Leaving. But where? And for whom?”