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Pretty simple. Robert reports what’s going on in the world of the new WordPress, particularly as it relates to running small to midsized businesses on sites that have incorporated at least a little application functionality.
WordPress has a new editor, a new approach to editing, and a lot more “news.”
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Issue 1 — October 2023
Themes Aren’t Themes Anymore
There’s been a certain amount of a ruckus in the WordPress community of late. At the heart of the various bits of drama has been a concern about how themes relate to plugins and who controls who sees what version of plugins in various venues.
The most important element in this was perhaps the one with the least drama overall–and my purpose here is not to rehash the back and forth of any of it. But the introduction of the Ollie theme to the WordPress.org theme repository raised at least two key questions:
- How much functional capability can be packaged into a theme without disqualifying that theme from appearing in the WordPress.org theme repository?
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