WordPress News Digest for Wednesday, August 30, 2017

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Gutenberg 1.0.0 Introduces Drag and Drop for Adding Image Blocks

By / — Gutenberg 1.0.0 was released this week as another iteration in the beta period that will continue on with 1.1 next week. Design lead Tammie Lister said the team decided “not let numbers set expectations” and will carry on at the… More →

WordPress.org Now Allows Plugin Authors to Specify a Minimum PHP Version Requirement

By / — Although WordPress core currently maintains backwards compatibility with PHP 5.2.4+, plugin and theme authors are not required to do so. When developers include features that require more recent versions of PHP, it can break sites or cause otherwise unexpected behavior.… More →

How to Fix Common WordPress Formatting Issues

By / — Not everyone wants to draft posts directly on WordPress’s built-in WYSIWYG editor, or Gutenberg, if you’re a bit ahead of […] The post How to Fix Common WordPress Formatting Issues appeared first on Pagely®. More →

Introducing My Yoast: our brand new customer portal

By / — Today we’re launching My Yoast, a new customer environment where you can view and manage the purchases you’ve done at yoast.com. These last few months, our development team worked very hard to create this easy-to-use user portal. Read here how… More →

Loading Common Libraries Smartly

By / — Including common libraries doesn't have to be complicated. The post Loading Common Libraries Smartly appeared first on Half-Elf on Tech. More →

The 18 Best Javascript Tutorials for WordPress Developers in 2017

By / — 1 billion. By conservative estimates, that’s the total number of websites in the world today. And an overwhelming 94.7% of those sites use JavaScript. So how do WordPress developers fit into these big numbers? Easy! They are the centerpiece. It’s… More →

How to Manage Ads in WordPress with AdRotate Plugin

By / — Banner ads are one of the most common ways to make money from your blog. Many bloggers use an ad management software to maximize their ad earnings without ruining the user experience. In this article, we will show you how… More →

PHP Meeting Recap – August 28th

By / — This recap is a summary of this week’s PHP meeting. It highlights the ideas and decisions which came up during that meeting, both as a means of documenting and to provide a quick overview for those who were unable to… More →

Learn WordPress With Darrel Wilson’s YouTube Channel and Udemy Courses

By / — At WPLift, we try to make it as easy as possible for you to learn WordPress. With that being said, we’re far from the only people with that mission. In today’s post, I’m going to talk about someone else who… More →

How to Create a Stellar Photography Website Using the Genesis Framework (In 4 Steps)

By / — The way you showcase your photography can make or break your career. With that in mind, you’ll first need to find a quality theme – and we recommend the Genesis Framework. In this article, we’ll walk you through four steps… More →

Decoding the FVT ESC Firmware

By / — I wanted to explore the configuration and firmware update protocol used by this electronic speed controller (ESC) for electric skateboards from Favourite (FVT) Electronics: Note that the same ESC is sold by Maytech with the MTES 120A SBEC name. It uses… More →

Create A Contact Form With VueJS And Laravel

By / — In this tutorial we're going to learn how we can create a VueJS component for a contact form and create a Laravel API Endpoint that will send the message from… More →