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Gutenberg 13.8 Introduces Fluid Typography Support and Revamped Quote Block – WP Tavern

Gutenberg 13.8 was released last week with some major enhancements that should delight block theme authors and users alike. The long-awaited fluid typography support landed in this version. It provides smooth scaling between smaller and larger viewports, adapting in a fluid way to varying widths. Release lead George Mamadashvili demonstrated how this works in a […]
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Gutenberg 13.7 Expands Custom Template Capabilities, Adds Estimated Reading Time to Info Panel – WP Tavern

Gutenberg 13.7 was released this week with major updates to full-site editing (FSE) capabilities that expand custom template creation. Users can now create templates for custom taxonomies, specific terms, and single categories and tags. The update also includes the ability to create templates for specific pages. Clicking on “Add New” template and selecting Category will […]
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A New Block Theme with Vibrant Colors, Patterns, and Custom Block Styles – WP Tavern

Brian Gardner, founder of StudioPress and co-creator of the Genesis Framework, has a new block theme in the directory called Bright Mode. The theme features a vibrant color palette with tasteful gradients, 14 beautifully designed block patterns, and so many fun variations tucked into custom block styles. It’s difficult to nail down a niche for […]
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Five for the Future Program Set To Adopt Official Definition for Pledges and Contributions – WP Tavern

photo credit: Christian Joudrey WordPress’ Five for the Future program, an initiative that encourages organizations to contribute five percent of their resources to WordPress development, is poised to adopt an official definition for what constitutes pledges and contributions. Two weeks ago, WordPress Executive Director Josepha Haden Chomphosy proposed the program make a clear distinction between […]
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WordPress Turns 19 – WP Tavern

Today marks 19 years since 19-year old Matt Mullenweg partnered with Mike Little to release the first version of WordPress based on the b2/cafelog software. The blog where he shared his thoughts on life and tech was starting to get more traffic and he wanted to ensure its future after the b2/cafelog’s main developer disappeared. […]
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Gutenberg 13.3 Introduces Experimental Table of Contents Block – WP Tavern

Gutenberg 13.3 was released this week with support for an experimental new Table of Contents block. It is perfect for longform content that is organized by multiple headings within the document. The block automatically detects Heading blocks within the content and will display them with anchor links that jump to each section. Table of Contents […]
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Community Team Removes Red Tape From Regional WordCamp Applications – WP Tavern

photo credit: World Maps After a lengthy discussion, the Community Team has decided to make it easier for organizers to apply for regional in-person WordCamps. These are events that pull in a community from a geographical area larger than one city or metro area. In past years, WordPress Community Support (WCS) saddled regional events with […]
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