Top 9 Reasons To Choose Managed WordPress Hosting

For your business to succeed online today, you have to juggle everything from marketing, fast hosting, social media, security, content creation, and much more. This can all quickly become overwhelming and very stressful. Today we want to explore why choosing a managed WordPress hosting service, as opposed to a shared host or small VPS, can … Read more

How to Rebrand a WordPress Website & The Way We Did It Seamlessly | WP Buffs

If you run your own business, offer freelance services, or run a blog, you likely have a website that you created to show off your skills and offerings. A website is one of the best ways to build visibility on the web, whether you’re building your business or simply maintaining it. One of the best … Read more

WordPress 6.1 Introduces New Default Theme and Fluid Typography, Expands Design Tools and Template Options

WordPress 6.1 “Misha” was released today, named for Soviet-Norwegian jazz pianist Mikhail “Misha” Alperin, who was born in Ukraine in 1956. A founding member of the first Moldavian jazz quartet, and later the Moscow Art Trio, Alperin became known for his distinct and bewitching blend of jazz and folk music. This release is the culmination of … Read more

Gutenberg’s Roadmap for a “Font Library” Will Give Users an Interface for Registering and Managing Web Fonts

WordPress’ Create Block Theme plugin, which is used for creating a new theme, blank theme, child theme, or style variation, has a dedicated screen for managing fonts. It lists and previews all the font families and font faces embedded in the theme and allows users to embed Google fonts, embed local font assets, and remove … Read more

CC Search to join WordPress.org

The WordPress community has long advocated for a repository with GPL-compatible images, and it’s time to listen to that need. CC Search, a CC0 (Creative Commons Zero) image search engine, is joining the WordPress project with over 500 million openly licensed and public domain images discoverable from over 50 sources, audio and video soon to … Read more

Saving the Internet

David Pierce wrote a deep profile, over 4,000 words, for Protocol and asks the question in the headline, Can WordPress PlanetMullenweg save the internet? Which brings to mind Betteridge’s law of headlines (née Hinchliffe’s rule), “Any headline that ends in a question mark can be answered by the word no.” I can’t save the internet. But … Read more