WPTavern: ChatGPT Creates a Working WordPress Plugin – On the First Try

WPTavern: ChatGPT Creates a Working WordPress Plugin – On the First Try

ChatGPT passed 1 million users today and Twitter is brimming with a steady stream of creative questions and applications for the AI-powered chatbot. The language model, created by OpenAI, is powered by GPT-3.5, a series of models trained on text and code from before Q4 2021. The model features a dialogue format that gives ChatGPT…

WPTavern: New Tool Checks If Google Fonts Are Hosted Locally

WPTavern: New Tool Checks If Google Fonts Are Hosted Locally

Earlier this year, WordPress’ Themes Team began urging theme authors to switch to locally hosted fonts after a German court case decision, which fined a website owner for violating the GDPR by using Google-hosted webfonts. Since that ruling, German website owners have continued to receive threats of fines for not having their fonts hosted locally. The…

WPTavern: Anders Norén Releases Oaknut, a New Profile Block Theme with 23 Style Variations

WPTavern: Anders Norén Releases Oaknut, a New Profile Block Theme with 23 Style Variations

Anders Norén, a Swedish designer and prolific WordPress theme developer, has released Oaknut, a new profile block theme reminiscent of services like Linktree and Carrd. The theme is for users who want a simple profile landing page with relevant social and work links, but it could also be easily expanded to capture email addresses for…

WPTavern: Loudness: A New Block Theme from Automattic

WPTavern: Loudness: A New Block Theme from Automattic

Automattic has released a new block theme called Loudness that is available on both WordPress.com and WordPress.org. It’s an artistic and opinionated theme based on the company’s Block Canvas starter theme. Although Loudness’ brief description suggests the theme was created for “music and learning,” the design and custom patterns lend themselves to a variety of different…

WPTavern: #50 – Fränk Klein on How Gutenberg and Full Site Editing Are Bringing New Opportunities for WordPress Developers

WPTavern: #50 – Fränk Klein on How Gutenberg and Full Site Editing Are Bringing New Opportunities for WordPress Developers

Transcript [00:00:00] Nathan Wrigley: Welcome to the Jukebox podcast from WP Tavern. My name is Nathan Wrigley. Jukebox is a podcast which is dedicated to all things WordPress. The people, the events, the plugins, the blocks, the themes, and in this case, what the future looks like for WordPress developers. If you’d like to subscribe…

Post Status: Evolving Edupack: A One-Size Fits All Plugin Leads to an Accessibility Platform and Enhanced Agency Services

Post Status: Evolving Edupack: A One-Size Fits All Plugin Leads to an Accessibility Platform and Enhanced Agency Services

A little over a year ago, I cofounded Edupack with Nathan Monk and Matt Lees. Edupack endeavored to simplify Higher Ed website publishing with a single WordPress plugin. In our interviews, Higher Ed admins said they were overwhelmed by accessibility issues. Good accessibility tools are too expensive for most web teams. Cheaper tools do more…

Do The Woo Community: Tumblr Showing Some Woo, Enterprise and Returning WooCommerce Office Hours

Do The Woo Community: Tumblr Showing Some Woo, Enterprise and Returning WooCommerce Office Hours

Conversations about Woo running Tumblr payments, the WordPress enterprise space and return of WooCommerce Developer Office Hours. >> The post Tumblr Showing Some Woo, Enterprise and Returning WooCommerce Office Hours appeared first on Do the Woo – a WooCommerce Builder Community .