January 10, 2022 — List View helps you navigate between layers of content and nested blocks. When you want to select and arrange blocks in Post and Page Editor, or even in Appearance > Editor, see what the List View can do.
January 10, 2022 — After you’ve selected a theme, you’ll want to create your own unique look to your site. In Block Themes, you can customize the Styles to reflect your preferred typography, colors, and more for your entire site, or to override just a few blocks.
December 29, 2021 — This talk is in part a celebration of Jill Binder’s 10-year anniversary with WordPress (in 2021). In part, it is also an “if I can do it, you can do it” set of four short stories.
December 28, 2021 — This talk shares some agency insights about rationales for making websites accessible and offers practical tips such as accessibility insurance and tax credits.
December 26, 2021 — WordPress is no stranger to expansive growth, and 2021 illustrated that we as a global community, grow alongside it.
WordPress’s Executive Director, Josepha Haden Chomphosy, reflects on the trends seeded in 2020 and offers insight about future growth opportunities.
December 24, 2021 — Learn about local WordPress installations with this short guide. It will introduce you to the basics of local installations, explore a few popular options, and demonstrate how simple it can be to install WordPress locally on your computer.
December 23, 2021 — Every presidential administration starts from zero on a whitehouse.gov website, meaning a fresh launch. As in starting over: not a migration or revamp of an existing site!
This talk shares some of the thinking from the implementation of Biden/Harris whitehouse.gov (2020-2021) and provides insight on how the block editor answered the need for staff to work quickly and intuitively.