We monitor over 20 online sources for news, best practices and tools that are of interest to Website Owners and Content Managers. Here are our best picks from the web for the month of December 2023.
The Site Editor gives you a powerful way to visually create every part of your site and tell your story. It lets you handle everything from big stylistic changes to simple copy updates all in a single place. To help you make the most of this new way to WordPress, here are a few standout tools and features you’ll want to try.
Step into 2024, where SEO is on the brink of transformation. This post offers a deep dive into the minds of four SEO experts at Yoast. Each expert sheds light on the impact of the changes they see happening.
Gutenberg 17.3 incorporates numerous enhancements, bug fixes, improvements in performance and accessibility, and ongoing development of Phase 3 features.
Consistently creating high-quality content can seem like a daunting task. However, with the help of AI writing tools, the process can become much easier. These tools can assist in various aspects, from generating ideas to refining your final draft.
Though the two may do similar things, there’s an important difference between padding and margin in WordPress. Learn about the key differences and why they’re used.
WordPress 6.5 is set to be released on March 26th, 2024. This release brings greater design control and optionality with more robust block capabilities.
Getting your site in Google News can skyrocket your website traffic and help you reach new audiences. It also helps build credibility and authority for your brand. This article detao;s how to submit your WordPress site to Google News.
Gutenberg 17.2 includes a few improvements for the Site Editing experience — including the ability to drag and drop to the top and bottom of the document and sticky table headers —, improvements to the Interactivity API docs, and a lot of Bug fixes and other improvements.