WordPress Coding Standards from the Terminal

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This article will show you how to add the tools you need to test your code against the WordPress Coding Standards from the Command Line.

A second article will be published shortly with instructions for adding them to the code editor Atom. It will also include links to the instructions for other editors.

Going by the length of the page, this process may seem like quite a big effort, but starting to follow Coding Standards has many advantages and it will be time well invested!

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Polyglots at WordCamp London

Team work

It’s WordCamp London 2018 this weekend and, this year, I have the honour to be able to help out with the Contributor Day’s Polyglots team, instead of just participating as I had done in previous occasions.

So, in preparation, I’ve been working on a “Quick Introduction to the WordPress Polyglots Team” document that I’d like to share with you all. In it, you will find out how WordPress and its Themes and Plugins are translated, how you too can help translate and a list of useful links with further information.

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Introduction to Gutenberg, the new WordPress Editor

Gutenberg, the new WordPress editor

Sometime in April 2018, the next major WordPress core software update (version 5.0) will be released and, with it, its new editor: Gutenberg.

So, when you next change the content of a page or blog post, or create a new one, where you were used to see a light grey screen with a title and a big content box with a Tools menu, you will see instead a white screen with, apparently, a lot less options.

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