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WordPress Week in Review EP56 :: New Editor, 4.9 Look, Print on Demand Plugin, UI Evolution…

https://torquemag.io/2017/11/rethinking-know-medium-wordpress-developer/One of the many ways we’ve talked about Gutenberg is comparing its usability to CMS’s like Medium. This comparison assumes that the primary reason that Medium is often a go-to for blogs is the quality of the interface. With this in mind, it’s logical to assume the reason people sometimes choose Medium over WordPress is … The post appeared first on Torque. Rethinking What I Know About Medium, As A WordPress Developer

Improvements to the Customize JS API in 4.9

https://make.wordpress.org/core/2017/11/01/improvements-to-the-customize-js-api-in-4-9/There are many user-facing Customizer improvements in 4.9, including: drafting/scheduling of changesets, autosave revisions, changeset post locking, frontend public previews, a new experience for browsing and installing themes, updated nav menu creation UX, and the code editing improvements for the Custom HTML widget and Additional CSS. Improvements to the Customize JS API in 4.9

Printify Brings Print on Demand Network to WooCommerce

https://wpmayor.com/printify-review/Printify is a print on demand drop shipping service that lets WordPress users easily set up and sell custom-designed products through their WooCommerce store. Printify manages billing, fulfillment, and shipping directly to your customers—with your branding. Printify Brings Print on Demand Network to WooCommerce

The Evolution of WordPress UI (2003 to 2017)

https://www.codeinwp.com/blog/evolution-of-wordpress-ui/It’s difficult not to be amazed at how significantly WordPress has evolved since its humble beginnings in 2003. What once started as a simple blogging platform is now the most popular website management system of them all, running nearly 30% of the entire web. The post appeared first on CodeinWP Blog. The Evolution of WordPress UI (2003 to 2017)

The October 2017 WordPress Attack Report

https://www.wordfence.com/blog/2017/11/october-2017-wordpress-attack-report/This month’s WordPress Attack Report is a continuation of a series we have been publishing since December 2016. Reports from the previous months can be found here. This report contains the top 25 attacking IPs for October 2017 and their details. It also includes charts of brute force and complex attack activity for the same […] The post appeared first on Wordfence. The October 2017 WordPress Attack Report

 

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