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WordPress Contributors Propose To Rename Full-Site Editing

It has been suggested by WordPress Executive Director Josepha Haden Chomphosy that contributors change one of the terms “full-site editing” to “full-site editor” to make it more user-friendly for contributors. When WordPress was moving into the Customization phase, the terms were introduced to indicate the difference between content editing in the block editor and the […]

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WebP Is Coming To WordPress 6.1 By Default

Since the introduction of WordPress 5.8 a year ago, users have been able to upload and use WebP images in their content, adding freedom. The Performance Team in March 2022 proposed that WordPress be able to enable WebP by default in the core to expand support for the image format. Among many things that can […]

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New Features Of Gutenberg 13.6

The WordPress platform now has a brand-new editor called Gutenberg. It will fundamentally alter how you build pages, posts, items, and anything else on your website. WordPress 5.0, which debuted on November 27, 2018, included Gutenberg. Therefore, you must catch up right away. The TinyMCE editor, which WordPress uses in its current version, has not […]

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