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All of the episodes have great content; however, newer shows will have the most current solutions, so please keep that in mind while listening to older episodes. If you are relatively new to WordPress, go back into the archives and listen to the first six episodes. This will give you a great background on WordPress and how to prepare for your website. Then, I’d recommend listening to the most recent episode and working through the archives in reverse chronological order.

511 – All About WordPress Core Blocks
Posted by Your Website Engineer on October 20, 2021 at 1:00 am

511 – All About WordPress Core Blocks

Announcements WordPress 5.9 Go/No-Go Update: All Proposed Features Are Moving Forward Gutenberg Contributors Propose Renaming Reusable Blocks Is there a plugin for … Read more

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510 – Managing a WordPress Site with WP CLI
Posted by Your Website Engineer on October 13, 2021 at 6:01 am

510 – Managing a WordPress Site with WP CLI

Announcements WordPress.org Profiles Now Show Activity for Contributions Made on GitHub Deploy WordPress to DigitalOcean with Sail Dynamic Social Images for Plugins, … Read more

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509 – September News Stories
Posted by Your Website Engineer on October 6, 2021 at 1:27 pm

509 – September News Stories

WordPress Acquisitions WordPress Classic Editor Support Extended for at Least Another Year Automattic Acquires Frontity, Founders to Work Full-Time on Gutenberg Worldwide … Read more

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508 – Planning out a WordPress Plugin
Posted by Your Website Engineer on August 25, 2021 at 6:56 am

508 – Planning out a WordPress Plugin

Announcements Yoast Joins Newfold Digital, Team To Stay in Place Emoji Toolbar Plugin Brings an Emoji Picker Back to the WordPress Editor … Read more

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507 – Moving to a WordPress VIP Developer Role
Posted by Your Website Engineer on July 19, 2021 at 2:00 am

507 – Moving to a WordPress VIP Developer Role

Announcements Pocket Casts joins Automattic Blogging Habit Reminders Jetpack mobile app WooCommerce Update Transitioning to a Developer Role I made it into … Read more

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506 – Adding Custom Fonts to WordPress
Posted by Your Website Engineer on April 7, 2021 at 9:30 am

506 – Adding Custom Fonts to WordPress

Announcements The month in WordPress: March 2021 Wix Advertising Campaign Insert Font Awesome Icons Into the Block Editor via the JVM Gutenberg … Read more

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505 – Writing SQL to View Data in WordPress
Posted by Your Website Engineer on March 10, 2021 at 2:02 pm

505 – Writing SQL to View Data in WordPress

Announcements Did You Know About Reusable Blocks? Introducing WordPress Stories: A New Way to Engage Your Audience WordPress 5.7 Writing SQL to View … Read more

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504 – Why Learning JavaScript is Important
Posted by Your Website Engineer on February 10, 2021 at 3:13 am

504 – Why Learning JavaScript is Important

Announcements Gutenberg 9.9 Adds Color Options for Social Icons, Includes Rounded Borders for Images, and Changes the Theme JSON Format New Report … Read more

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503 – Checking in on WordPress Security in 2021
Posted by Your Website Engineer on February 3, 2021 at 6:07 am

503 – Checking in on WordPress Security in 2021

Announcements WordPress Launches WP Briefing Podcast, Episodes Expected Every 2 Weeks Skinning the WordPress Admin, CSS Custom Properties on the Way Plugin … Read more

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502 – How to Know When You Need Custom
Posted by Your Website Engineer on January 27, 2021 at 1:06 am

502 – How to Know When You Need Custom

Announcements GutenbergTimes.com WhiteHouse.gov WordPress Roadmap Update: Full-Site Editing Targeted for 5.8 Release in June 2021 How to Know When You Need Custom … Read more

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