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Using just three filters, we’ll add a few custom fields to the core “Button” block in WordPress that will update the button’s content on the front end.
How to offer a selection of page patterns when creating a new page (as seen in TwentyTwentyFour).
Dynamically populate social link URLs using the render_block filter in WordPress.
How do you build custom settings pages for “modern” WordPress?
If you’re managing an older website running Font Awesome 4, you might be asked to swap out the Twitter icon for the new X / 𝕏 symbol. Personally, I wasn’t in the mood to pull down an entire site, dig up the build process, replace FA4 with a newer version, etc. Instead, I jumped into…
A brief yet caffeinated chat with WP all-star Michelle Frechette on her podcast, WPCoffeeTalk.
On September 28th, Aurooba and I will be co-presenting at WP Accessibility Day – a free, online conference dedicated to web accessibility and WordPress.
A great way to start building blocks for WordPress is using InnerBlocks. Group other blocks together and easily add styles and settings.
Add custom settings fields to any Gutenberg block. In this tutorial, we add a responsive display setting to Gutenberg using 10up’s Block Extension API, the WordPress Scripts build process, and the WordPress Base Styles Sass library.