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Goodbye Featured Themes, For Now

Front page of the theme directory, featuring popular themes.Yesterday, the featured themes page was quietly removed from the WordPress theme directory. Previously, it was the primary page users would see when visiting the directory. It has now been replaced with the popular themes list. This change is only reflected on the WordPress.org website and not…

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Publishing Break

The Tavern is taking a break for the week as both of its authors are out. We’re happy about expanding families, and saying “boo” to the flu. In the meantime, here are some of my favorite WordPress-powered sites that I follow and learn from: Tim Ferriss is back to blogging and it’s great. Seth Godin…

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How to Add Custom Fonts to your WordPress Site

Why make your blog boring using standard fonts? Let your blog talk about your vibrant personality and the topics you cover with a wide variety of custom fonts. Custom fonts are a nice feature that allows your blog to look preferable to others. Let’s face it; we all love blogs and sites with the right…

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20+ Best WordPress Business Themes 2020

For any business a key aspect of your business plan should be your website. Our generation is getting more tech focused by the day, and if you don’t have a mobile ready website you’ll miss out on a huge piece of the market. Not sure where to start? What Makes A Great Business WordPress Theme? This…

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WooCommerce Partners With Square to Expand Services for CBD Merchants

WooCommerce, the open-source eCommerce platform developed and supported by Automattic, announced a partnership with Square payment solutions yesterday. The partnership expands services for merchants who are selling CBD products online. While it is a small step toward making it easier to sell CBD products, there are still many restrictions and pitfalls that merchants must overcome.…

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Native Lazy Loading Support Coming to WordPress

It seems to be the week for dropping news of WordPress feature plugins. Felix Arntz, WordPress core committer and developer programs engineer at Google, announced a plan to push a lazy loading feature to the platform. If testing goes well, this feature could land in WordPress 5.4 in March. The concept of lazy loading allows…

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WordPress 5.4 Beta 1 Ready for Testing and Feedback

Release coordinator Francesca Marano announced the release of WordPress 5.4 Beta 1 on February 11. Most of the work has centered on the block editor. However, at the moment, contributors have closed another 258 tickets for the 5.4 milestone. A second beta release is scheduled for February 18, according to the 5.4 release schedule, along…

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Guteblock Joins the Block Collection Plugin Arena With an Initial 12 Custom Blocks

Last week, London-based digital marketing agency Sweans Technologies released Guteblock, its new block collection plugin. Currently, the plugin boasts 12 custom blocks. The company plans to add more and has big plans for the plugin’s future. While the team earns no points for originality in plugin naming, they are nevertheless throwing their hat into the…

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