Category: Themes

You Probably Don’t Need An Elaborate Task Management System

At this point in my career, I’ve been working remotely more than I have ever been in an office. I don’t ever want to have to return into an office unless it’s absolutely necessary. Part of working like this, though, is maintaining a sense of self-discipline for the backlog of tasks required for work and…

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5 Hidden Features of WordPress.com

Isn’t it amazing how you can learn new things about someone, even after years of knowing them? That’s how Jamie Marsland has felt in the last few weeks while diving deeper into WordPress.com’s capabilities. In today’s Build and Beyond video, he shares five incredible features built right into the platform that aren’t as well known…

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“Do the Woo” Finds Its Home at WordPress.com

Bob Dunn loved designing, but didn’t fancy himself a coder. In the early 2000s, while struggling to create a website for his business, he thought to himself, “There’s got to be something better.” When Bob discovered WordPress in 2006, he realized he had discovered that better solution. With WordPress, he could build great-looking sites from…

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Disconnect From Your Job (It’s Not Impossible)

In the penultimate note from What Do You Expect From Being a Software Developer?, Mensur makes the following claim: It will be almost impossible to disconnect from your job If you’re someone new to the industry – be it someone who’s up and coming from high school or university or if you’re someone who’s switched…

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Case Study: Jelly Pixel Studio’s Journey With WordPress.com

Jelly Pixel Studio, a web development agency based in Indonesia, specializes in crafting unique and illustrative websites for clients worldwide. The company serves a wide variety of clients, from small businesses to larger corporations, utilizing WordPress.com as their primary hosting platform due to its exceptional stability, fast performance, and robust features. Over the years, the…

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More Control Over the Content You Share

There are currently very few options for individual users to control how their content is used for AI training, and we want to change that. That’s why we’re launching a new tool that lets you opt out of sharing content from your public blogs with third parties, including AI platforms that use such content for…

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Small Changes, Big Impact: A Look at What’s New In the WordPress Editor 

The WordPress project team is continuously improving the Site Editor—your one-stop shop for editing and designing your site. The latest batch of updates—Gutenberg 17.4 and 17.5—include a handful of small but powerful changes designed to improve both your WordPress experience and that of your site’s visitors.  Let’s take a look at what’s new.  More robust…

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Working in Software Is Better Than Hardware (Bugs Are Part of the Job)

The dictionary defines archenemy as “the chief enemy” where enemy is defined as: noun,pluralen·e·mies. a person who feels hatred for, fosters harmful designs against, or engages in antagonistic activities against another; an adversary or opponent. an armed foe; an opposing military force:The army attacked the enemy at dawn. And I mention this because the original…

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