A Collection of Gutenberg Conversations, Resources, and Videos

Since the conclusion of WordCamp US in early December, there have been a number of Gutenberg related items published to the web. The following is a collection of items related to Gutenberg that I came across throughout December. Feel free to add to this list in the comments below. Resources…

WPWeekly Episode 300 – Interview with Matt ‘Gutenbeard’ Mullenweg

In this the 300th episode, John James Jacoby and I interview Matt ‘Gutenbeard’ Mullenweg, co-creator of the WordPress project. We discuss a range of topics including, the somewhat controversial poetry reading that included a curse word prior to the State of the Word, the WordPress Foundation increasing its range of…

4 Ultimate WordPress Free Themes

There are thousands of free user-friendly WordPress themes available that you can choose for your website. That’s why it is essential for you to make sure that your free WordPress is a high-quality design with a fair support. Listed here are the top four WordPress free themes of 2017 that…

WordPress Web Design Trends 2018 – What to Expect in the New Year

How will websites change in the coming year? Those are important questions for website owners, designers, and developers. In an environment as shifting as the Internet, it’s important to stay ahead of the curve. Being aware of upcoming developments and trends means you can get your own and your clients’…

10 Effective Techniques for Managing a WordPress Website

The main idea behind WordPress is to provide a user-friendly web content management and website creation platform featuring all the necessary tools in one package. Being open source has resulted in one of the largest active community and development of endless plugins which are designed to answer any issues identified…

Big Ideas and Open Source

  During the 2017 WP Engine Summit, leaders from four agencies delivering innovative digital experiences with open source participated in a panel at the WP Engine Summit in order to explore and dissect how they have implemented open source in their work and where they see it going for the…

Generation Z Wants to Be Entertained

Generation Z has never lived without the Internet. Born in 1996 or later, this generation is not only Internet savvy, it’s an integral part of their lives. If developers want to remain relevant for years to come, it’s important to understand what this generation wants from a website. A study…

Torque Toons: New Year’s WordPress Resolutions

Happy New Year! Have any resolutions for 2017? Here’s our list. Doc Pop Doctor Popular is an artist and musician living in San Francisco. As a full disclaimer, he is neither a doctor nor popular. The post Torque Toons: New Year’s WordPress Resolutions appeared first on Torque. Source: