WordPress widget on Gutenberg

This is going to be a disaster, for some time. Yes, we all going to get used to it, but this starter pack, which I hope it’s not going to be released, will be a disaster for most user. WordPress gives too many options for a sidebar of a website. WordPress gives you the option […]

WordPress should join the race too

I often hear people comparing Squarespace and Showit or sometimes Wix to WordPress. I don’t understand how they compare, but at this moment, WordPress does not compete with them. However, I’m very optimistic that WordPress can if they want to. With block (Gutenberg) editor, WordPress should go wilder with it. The so-called Full page editor […]

Keep it 3 years maximum

If you’re planning to use WordPress or already using WordPress as your website, please make sure to update it every 3 years at the maximum. WordPress always support backward compatibilities, but there is a limit to where it will support. If your website has been there for 3 years without any update, your website is […]

Possible WordPress features

Kristian Strand One feature I am keen about to add into WordPress is the typography. Font or typeface is something everyone going to want to change, and it should be within WordPress just like how menu feature (although fork from WooTheme) in today in WordPress. WordPress can easily alter the body class to change background […]

Relax about Gutenberg

I tried to find some issue that I may face with Gutenberg, especially the launching date is drawing near. What I found was… Nothing. Yes, you get a lot of search result from Google, but those are way technical for the majority of WordPress end-users. The irony is that these majority WordPress end-users are the […]