My second theme shop is in the starting blocks and will be available in a few weeks. The launch phase of EnglishThemes has begun and I would like to write a few words about it here in my blog.
For long-term adjustments and updates, you should put your WordPress website in maintenance mode so that visitors do not see an incorrect page. There are a number of plugins for WordPress maintenance mode. I present my favorites in this post.
In this tutorial, I'll show you how you can display the current date in WordPress with your own template function or a plugin. Online magazines and news portals in particular often show today's date to indicate that the website is up to date.
Now the time has come! After almost two years of development, the new Gutenberg editor is "finished" and will be released on December 6th - tomorrow - with the release of WordPress 5.0 on around 30% of all website operators. Here is everything you need to know about WordPress 5.0.
In the last few weeks I've been asked more and more why my WordPress themes don't show the checkbox for comment cookies, which was introduced with WordPress 4.9.6. The reason for this is not a bug, but changes in the WordPress core itself. Therefore, I would like to briefly show you how you can activate the opt-in checkbox for comment cookies in WordPress.
With Custom Color Palette, I published my latest plugin on WordPress.org last week, which I would now like to introduce in a short article. With the plugin you can easily create your own color palette for Gutenberg in the customizer.