Gutenberg – new way to edit WordPress

Gutenberg (or WordPress 5.0) is now live… December 6, 2018, WordPress.org will update the core of WordPress with the new editor, ‘Gutenberg’. It’s a little controversial and makes some big changes to how the ‘back end’ of your WordPress site will look once you have updated WordPress. Your hosting company may delay updating the new […]

Resources for building accessible websites using WP

The resources below accompany the talk on accessible website design, from both user and developer perspectives, given by Zuzana Kunckova and Elisabeth Klaar at the March 2018 meeting of Cambridge WordPress Meetup. Reasons for making your site accessible to everyone Disability affects 1 in 5 of the UK population – that’s 12.9 million people who […]

Next Meetup: Gutenberg: Learn the Future of WordPress 12-02-2018

Getting to know Gutenberg – Monday 12 February 2018 6.45pm to 9.45pm, The Bradfield Centre, Central Working, Cambridge See: Meetup for up to date details Gutenberg is the name for the new editor focus in WordPress. It is the future of WordPress, and will make creating websites much, much simpler. Tammie Lister will take you […]

WordPress News – WP 4.9.1 and State of the Word 2017

Top stories WordPress 4.9.1 Released Mostly a security and maintenance release (point releases are normally bug and security fixes). Fixes page template issue: 4.9 introduced an error whereby users would discover that page templates wouldn’t appear in the Template drop down when editing a page. See more at: WP Tavern Gutenberg 1.8 Released, includes block […]

WordPress News – WP Version 4.9, GDPR, RobotNinja and more

Hello, here are the  notes from the WordPress News section tonight’s WordPress Cambridge meeting (November 13, 2017). Slides are here (all content is replicated in the post below, so take your pick): WordPress News is a new part of the meetup. A quick 10 minute update on all things WordPress. Feel free to give feedback […]

Security with Tim Nash

Another amazing guest speaker – this time Tim Nash of 34SP.com (and timnash.co.uk). Tim is the platform lead at 34SP.com for their Managed WordPress product in addition to being the company’s Developer Advocate. Tim’s presentation managed to be both scary and reassuring about security: making it clear that security is everyone’s responsibility but also that there are […]