Your blog or site can be accessible right out of the box.
This is the long-awaited, much-discussed (at least if you follow WordPress closely) “Try Gutenberg” prompt. Gutenberg is the next-generation editing tool, which is going to replace the classic editor we’re all used to. As of the next release, a few months from now, it will be the default.
A collection of free stock-photo and -illustration sites, resources you can use for your own projects.
A few nice new features in this release.
Pullquotes, footnotes and help with accessibility.
We’ve noticed a spate of lost-password requests lately. There are a few things you should try if you’re having trouble remember yours.
There might come a time when you’re authoring your blog that you notice something strange. Your post should look like this:
But instead it looks like this:
This page (http://www.blogtyrant.com/how-to-find-imagess-for-your-blog/) is a nice resource on using images on your site. There are suggestions for file formats and sizes, plugins to use, branding considerations, copyright and where to find royalty-free or public domain images that are ready to use.
Elegant Themes has just released a plugin that gives you all the functionality of the page builder built into the Divi theme, allowing you to use its advanced page-builder features in most any theme you choose. As in the full theme package, the Builder comes with a set of ready-made layout options, and many content modules that you place with a drag-and-drop interface.
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Slideshow sets for this year’s WordPress 101 and WordPress 201 sessions.
One of the things you can do in the Vertex theme is put a WordPress widget anywhere you like. These can be just blocks of text, or they can utilize any of the features that your plug-in set might provide.
Here’s a very detailed article from WPMU on various tactics and options.