I recently ran into a need I don’t think I’d seen before: adding a body class for the current page and for any parent pages. Here’s how.
Ready to make your site load faster? Here’s how I went through that process on my own site.
Whenever nested calls to the_content happen in Gutenberg, the editor is outputting paragraph tags all over the place.
This is a common task during the development process – it’s important to be able to know how to do a hard refresh. The good news? It’s very easy. The bad news? Every browser is a little bit different.
There’s a minor stir on the internet today, about the Signal v Noise blog leaving Medium and coming home to WordPress.
With Gutenberg out, everyone’s starting to use the shiny new color settings. That’s great, but if you also are building your own blocks using ACF, the color picker you see there probably doesn’t include your custom colors. This shows you how to put those into sync automatically!
So, I’m actually really enjoying the editing experience in Gutenberg. It’s really, really well done, especially considering what a mess the process looked from the outside. But it has limits.
When it comes to my own site, I’m just bad at doing it. I need to, and 2019 is about 10 years too late, but I’m going to be publishing blog entries this year, come hell or high water.
Gutenberg is likely going to help the WordPress system enormously, but until it does, it’s going to be a burden for everyone.
Earlier today, I attended my first WordPress Meetup. It was one of the first times I’ve met other “WordPress people” in person.