Earlier today, I joined JJJ and Jeff on episode 319 of the WP Tavern’s WordPress Weekly podcast! We chatted about GitHub being acquired by Microsoft (and what that might mean for the future of WordPress using Trac), the state of Gutenberg, WordCamp Europe, as well as getting into a bit of the philosophy that drives […]
In WordPress 4.2, a fun little feature was quietly snuck into Core, I’m always delighted to see people’s reactions when they discover it. Meagan Hanes 🌈 on Twitter “Thank you kind WordPress Devs for introducing the paste-a-link-on-highlighted-text feature. It’s already saved me half an hour this week!” Twitter Morgan Estes on Twitter “I love being able to […]
A WordCamp US this year, I spoke about the Trojan Emoji security bug, which we fixed in WordPress 4.1.2. In particular, I went through how we came to wrap our head around the bug, and then write a solution that worked for every WordPress site. Gary Pendergast: Curing a Critical Security Bug Earlier this year, we released […]
Earlier in the week, I joined Jeff from WPTavern to chat about WordPress Security, the recent WordPress 4.2.3 release, and my favourite food. Check out the full article here.
lol, I wouldn’t1. 1. If I absolutely had to, I wouldn’t do it the same as Ryan. WordPress isn’t (and will never be) Linux ZYpp is the dependency solver used by OpenSUSE (and its PHP port in Composer), it was born of the need to solve complex dependency trees. The good news is, WordPress doesn’t […]