WordCamp Europe 2019 will take place in Berlin in a month. With over 2,500 tickets sold, it’ll be THE WordPress event in Europe. Here’s why you should come.
WordPress is great because of its community. Anyone can participate in the project—you too. Here we explain how you can and why you should become a contributor.
Vanesa Gómez is an entrepreneur who entered the WordPress world when she decided to change her career and focus on what she really loves: travelling.
There are numerous reasons why it’s worth linking to external sources, but doing so can increase our bounce rate. Here we explain how to identify external links quickly and make sure you get the most out of them.
Third and last post about the creation of a maps plugin for Gutenberg. Learn how to visualize the map in the front-end of your website.
Kasia Janoska is a front-end developer at OnTheGoSystems. She’s a WordPress enthusiast and a regular speaker and attendee at many WordCamps in Poland. Meet her in this interview!
Second part of the tutorial on how to create the map block. Discover how to add a Google Maps map within the WordPress editor and how to implement a UI to configure it.
Learn how to create a plugin for Gutenberg using Nelio’s plugin boilerplate. In this first part, we define the project and prepare the skeleton.
He’s an expert in web optimization, backend lover, member of the WordPress community in Spain… he’s Carlos Longarela!