Git is a popular method of version control. In this article, I review the ways in which you can initialize Git on a WordPress site that is already active and set up your origin to point to GitHub.
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If you were to read any of the message boards you would think Gutenberg doesn’t work, can’t work, and should be delayed.
Download Gutenberg (https://wordpress.org/plugins/gutenberg/)
After test-running it on my websites this week, I have to disagree.
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One of the features of WordPress that is great for content developers and web developers is plugins.
In fact, you could argue that it is the backbone of WordPress’s ecosystem. WooCommerce, for example, was acquired by Automattic precisely for its benefits to e-commerce.
What stinks about plugin updates? When they break your user experience.
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