What’s new in Gutenberg? (12th January)

Hope everyone has had some good time! We are resuming the releases of Gutenberg for this new year. The first one — 2.0 — is rather big, with updates across the board. The highlights cover several pasting improvements, a more polished publish flow, block API tweaks and extensibility additions, various accessibility improvements, block library updates […]

What’s new in Gutenberg? (11th December)

Gutenberg is back to a regular schedule after a great WCUS in Nashville which included many conversations and exchanges of ideas. If you missed it, checkout Matt’s State of the Word presentation for an overview of how the year has gone and what lies ahead for Gutenberg. (It also includes a demo of the plugin in […]

Code Editing Improvements in WordPress 4.9

The themes outlined for WordPress 4.9 are “editing code, managing plugins and themes, a user-centric way to customize a site, and polishing some recently added features over this last year.” Within the themes of editing code and polishing recent features, we’re improving the code editing functionality in the Customizer’s Additional CSS feature, the Custom HTML widget, […]

JavaScript Chat Summary for May 30th

Foreword: The topic of integrating a new JavaScript framework in WordPress has proven to be both lively and contentious. The summary that follows is a best effort at an objective and accurate recap, but you are encouraged to review the original Slack transcript for the complete unaltered context (Slack registration required). Below is a summary […]

Improving the REST API users endpoint in multisite

One of the objectives for multisite is sorting how users are managed with the REST API. This was one of the agenda items for last week’s #core-multisite office hours and generated some good discussion. Here’s a wrap-up of the ideas and thoughts from that discussion. Chat log in #core-multisite Attendees: @iamfriendly, @johnjamesjacoby, @nerrad, @florian-tiar, @mikelking, @earnjam, […]

Extending the Custom CSS editor

With the Custom CSS project merging into WordPress Core, some of y’all may be looking to extend it and do more advanced stuff.  Maybe you help run an existing plugin (like me) that has already provided a Custom CSS input to WordPress core and you’re now looking to migrate that data over.  Or maybe you […]

Say Hello to Twenty Seventeen 👋🏽

It’s that time again: time to build a new default theme for WordPress! WordPress 4.7 will launch with a brand new theme – Twenty Seventeen. Designed by Mel Choyce (@melchoyce), Twenty Seventeen sports a modern look and will make a good base for any business website or product showcase. Check out the gallery below to […]

Dev Chat Summary, May 13

Agenda, Slack log. Editor (#)@azaozz, @iseulde@azaozz has been looking at the “WordPress integration” parts the last couple of days, a lot of things that can be improved there. It removes some of the oddities, like running the post content through wpautop() before outputting it in the textarea, but only when TinyMCE is expected to be loaded, etc. […]

Core CSS: A potential roadmap to sanity

At the community summit, we discussed a core CSS roadmap, initially a discussion about preprocessors in regard to their role in WordPress, both in the admin and in bundled themes. Recently, there has been significant discussion about the initial use of a preprocessor in the development of Twenty Fifteen that was not included when it […]

Dev Chat Summary, November 5th

https://wordpress.slack.com/archives/core/p1415221327004284 https://make.wordpress.org/core/2014/11/05/dev-chat-agenda-november-5/ Misses Beta 1 Feature plugin merge window Decisions Extend the feature plugin merge window to Friday, or later. Tag Beta 1 on Friday, or later. Do a scrub of enhancement tickets this week, particularly customizer tickets. 1600 UTC tomorrow (Nov. 6) was suggested. Hook recursion, #17817, will be discussed further after beta 1 […]