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Gutenberg 0.6.0 Changes Text/Paragraph Block Behavior, Adds New Cover Text and Read More Blocks

photo credit: A Tiny Break From The Rain Adventures In Wonderland & Through The Looking Glass – (license) Gutenberg 0.6.0 was released over the weekend with significant changes to the way paragraphs are created within text blocks. In previous versions of the plugin, pressing enter would create a line break inside a paragraph. This release modifies the behavior of the ...

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BuddyPress 2.9 Adds Ability to Safely Edit A Group’s Permalink

BuddyPress 2.9 ‘La Lombarda’ named after a restaurant established in 1922 in the UK, is available for download. This release contains a handful of small improvements. BuddyPress legacy templates now have Aria labels that improves accessibility to layouts. Group invites are no longer sent to users that have already received one. Uploading profile images on mobile devices is easier and ...

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How to Easily Duplicate a WordPress Post or Page

There are lots of reasons why you might want to duplicate a WordPress post or page. One reason is that it allows you to work on content without affecting the original version. Another reason is providing an easy way for clients to look at content and make changes before it goes live. Whatever your goal, […] https://premium.wpmudev.org/blog/

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Does Your WordPress Site Need a Terms of Service?

One of my favorite parts of writing about WordPress is that I get to talk about exciting topics related to web design and development. But let’s face it: the work we do with WordPress isn’t always that glamorous. On occasion, we have to deal with the seemingly insignificant parts of websites, too. The perfect example […] https://premium.wpmudev.org/blog/

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Dmitry Mayorov Discusses the Challenges of Organizing WordCamp Moscow and the Future of WordPress Themes

While at WordCamp Europe I had the opportunity to meet Russian designer and developer Dmitry Mayorov , whose themes I had noticed earlier in the year in the WordPress Theme Directory . Mayorov’s design style is reminiscent of other niche theme developers like Anders Norén and Mike McAlister. He launched his own commercial themes business on ThemePatio.com two years ago ...

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Setting Expectations For Your Website Security

I have a website. Sweet! What happens next? Well, it’s a natural question. I had a brilliant idea and purchased a domain name, but what do I do next? Storks don’t fly by to deliver a basket of tasks upon the purchase of your domain. For most new website owners, a core understanding of expectations is crucial. There are a ...

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