WordPress 5.1 Out, CMS Market Share, Alexa Blog Blueprint 🗞️ March 2019 WordPress News w/ CodeinWP

Why You Need to Include Affiliate Disclosures and Where to Place Them

It’s okay to use affiliate links in your content but it’s not okay when you’re hiding this fact. Or when you’re just omitting it. Revealing your affiliate links won’t chase people away, not being transparent will. Bon Dunn shares more on this topic.

What should a WordPress theme review consist of?

Ever wondered how developers know when a theme is good or bad? It turns out that there are so many aspects they’re looking into before giving the verdict. There are lots of factors and models that you can base your theme review on, as presented in this article.

Winter Update – Blocks in Beaver Builder, Future Plans, and More

The guys at Beaver Builder have some updates for you. Apart from preparing the page builder for the block editor, they also created a feedback form for their users, planned their WordCamps in 2019, partnered with Envato Elements, built conceptual brainstorms for Gutenberg, and more.

A Guide to Hiring Your First WordPress Developer

If you have in mind hiring someone with expertise in web development but you don’t know where to start or who to choose (since the internet is full of devs), guys at MailPoet show you how to find the right person for your project. And where.

The State of CSS

After the success of The State of JavaScript feedback survey, it’s time for CSS to be tested. Developers, unite! If you have any sort of thoughts about CSS, be it positive or negative, you should let them out.

Ability to temporary block translators who submit garbage

It seems that there are people who translate WordPress themes with Google Translate. To avoid that, Chris Trynkiewicz (the locale manager) created an option to block translators who don’t edit their docs manually. The message: stop using robots to translate WordPress themes or you will be rejected!

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