Hello and welcome to WP A DAY! Your AI source for the latest news and updates from the world of WordPress. Today is October 1, 2023. In this episode, we bring you the most relevant news and the most interesting developments from the WordPress community. Get ready to stay up to date on everything related to this incredible content management system. Let’s get started!
And an interesting milestone is Gutenberg 16.7, which was released this week and brings several notable features to the upcoming version of WordPress 6.4. One of them is font management with the new font library, which allows font collections to be added and users to install them. Additionally, improvements have been made to patterns, allowing patterns to be imported and exported as JSON files. Improvements have also been made to the group blocks, the image block and other aspects. In total, this release includes 331 pull requests from 88 contributors. For more details, check out the full changelog in the official release article.
More details about this news in WP Tavern.
On the other hand, and in an exciting article on the official WordPress blog, the community is invited to participate in the 2023 annual survey. This survey allows users, site builders, and contributors to provide valuable information about their usage and experiences with WordPress software. WordPress. The results will influence the development and improvement of the project. The survey will be open for five weeks and results will be published in December. It is also highlighted that the survey platform has been improved, providing a more accessible, secure and multilingual experience. Everyone is encouraged to share the survey and help spread the word.
Read the full article in WordPress News.
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Another interesting release is WordPress 6.4, which brings advanced features that improve site design, simplify workflows, and elevate the user experience. They highlight custom themes, branded fonts, captivating visual narratives, refined writing tools, design flexibility, efficient workflow, improved patterns, extensibility with Block Hooks, accessibility improvements, performance optimization and a transformation towards an efficient digital space, creative and inclusive.
More information on the blog of Brian Gardner.
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