WordPress Core JavaScript Framework Debate Heats Up, Contributors Narrow Discussion to React vs. Vue

photo credit: oskay Small Parts – (license) WordPress core contributors met this morning to continue the discussion on selecting a new JavaScript framework for use with new core features. The discussion on the Make/Core post intensified over the weekend with more Vue.js proponents commenting to add their thoughts. Adam Silverstein and Andrew Duthie facilitated this morning’s meeting and began by …

Are GIFs, Emojis or Memes a Good Idea for WordPress Sites?

Personally, I’m a fan of using humor and pop culture references in content marketing. I don’t necessarily think it fits for every occasion nor do I think every audience will understand it, but that’s why we do research before creating websites and launching our brand’s web presence into the social-sphere. Right? That being said, including […] View original post at …

Quiz: Should You Use WordPress.org or WordPress.com?

If you’ve taken the time to read our article WordPress.com and WordPress.org: What’s the Difference? then you know there are major differences between the two WordPress platforms. While both the hosted and self-hosted versions of WordPress are technically free to use (at least to start), that is pretty much where the similarities end. The major difference […] View original post at …