Last year, I started a new tradition of writing a “Looking Back Year” post at the end of the year. My 2016 year-end post is here. For my 2017 year-end ‘looking back’, I am starting slightly different than the previous year. Year 2017 remained a good and productive year. Like last year, I made good […]
This post lists selected project on Gutenberg-based project in development. This post is updated regularly, in work-in-progress. Because Gutenberg editor will be shipped with WordPress 5.0, Year 2018 will be the year of Gutenberg development. Since Gutenberg is a disruptive innovation, it’s going to disrupt lot of currently used plugins, frameworks, ACF etc. This will […]
Tammie Lister has Gutenberg Inspired Redesign with no heads & footer. The site looks good and she has provided little description how she approach it and the result. Interesting post.
Listening news is part of our daily life. It is so true! partisan focused news gets us down. I follow similar sort of routine. More about Sara's inspiring 2017 end the year Feeling Happy at the End of the World on medium.
This post list interesting posts from the 2017 WordCamp USA. This weekend WordCamp US 2017 at Nashville (Dec 1-3) Gutenberg was officially introduced as New Way to WordPress. This updated page to provides answers to several loudly raised questions by some vocal community members including short codes, custom post types & meta boxes. Interesting Presentations: […]
24 WAYS, a yearly online journal which began in 2005 targeting web geeks, appears every December 1 with a new articles everyday for next 24 days. It publishes 24 very interesting articles on web design & web development. To-day is December 1 and it’s 2017 issue of 24 Ways time. Next 24 days, we will […]
LinkedIn Learning blog has an inspirational post One Marketer Spent an Hour a Week Learning for 7 Years. Here Are the Results very appropriate for motivated self-learner. I consider myself a motivated self-learner and I do have have similar sort of goals.
New WordPress alignment classes introduced by Gutenberg. Currently WordPress uses three alignment classes – .alignleft, .alignright and .aligncenter. Gutenberg is adding two more additional classes – .alignwide and .alignfull. Usage and Behavior These styles are based on the assumption that you wrap your entire site’s content in a .site div and limit the maximum width […]