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“This Month in WordPress” – aka. your monthly dose of WordPress news. Read this to find out what’s been going on in WordPress lately:

WordPress 5.1 Out, CMS Market Share, Alexa Blog Blueprint 🗞️ March 2019 WordPress News w/ CodeinWP

WordPress 5.1 Out, CMS Market Share, Alexa Blog Blueprint 🗞️ March 2019 WordPress News w/ CodeinWP

Hi everyone, we are happy to welcome you back to another roundup of WordPress news featuring the biggest headlines from the past few weeks. In today’s post, you’ll learn about WordPress 5.1, trends in CMS market share statistics, the Google E-A-T algorithm, and a new Amazon release – Alexa Skills Blueprint – that involves blogs. Last but not least, another #wpdrama kept everyone busy for a few days, but it seems to have ceased as quickly as it started.

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WordPress 5.3 Beta, Twenty Twenty Default Theme, Google Native Lazy Loading 🗞️ October 2019 WordPress News w/ CodeinWP

October 2019 WordPress News w/ CodeinWP

In WordPress, things keep moving at a slow but steady pace. In September, WordPress 5.3 receives a new beta, the Twenty Twenty theme is almost ready, Google releases a native lazy loading plugin for WordPress, a Jetpack-like plugin arises, while the Gutenberg team shares a full-site editing prototype. But that’s just a small taste of all the topics we covered in this October 2019 WordPress news roundup.

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July 2015 WordPress News – This Month in WordPress w/ CodeinWP (#wpdrama Edition)

July was a hot month. And I’m not talking about the temperature our side of the globe. It’s the WordPress community that’s been on fire for weeks in a row, as Matt Mullenweg and Chris Pearson had a “small” conflict that turned into a very controversial and popular topic among the WordPress people. It’s even got its own hashtag – #wpdrama. And we’ve been paying

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WordPress Theme Review Team, WordCamp Asia, Netlify Plugins 🗞️ August 2019 WordPress News w/ CodeinWP

WordPress Theme Review Team, WordCamp Asia, Netlify Plugins - August 2019 WordPress News

Hey guys! We find ourselves already past the mid-point of the year – all things seem to fast-forward in 2019. Weeks pass like days, and days pass like hours. Or maybe it’s just us. Last month, we took a break from our classic news roundup to fully cover our favorite event, WordCamp Europe. Now, we’re back in business with the latest WordPress news.

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WordCamp Europe 2019 Special Edition 🗞️ July 2019 WordPress News w/ CodeinWP

WordCamp Europe 2019 Special Edition - July 2019 WordPress News

This is the July 2019 edition of “This Month in WordPress with CodeinWP.” For the WordPress community, June is synonymous with WordCamp Europe. The biggest WordPress event somehow gets bigger every year, and 2019 tore the records to shreds with the largest number of registrations ever seen. As a result, we are dedicating this month’s news entirely to WCEU.

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Your #WCEU 2019 Event Guide – How to Keep Yourself Busy at WordCamp Europe 2019

#WCEU 2019 Event Guide

I hope you’re just as stoked as we are to attend this year’s WordCamp Europe 2019! Just to refresh your memory, it’s all happening in Berlin, Germany and it’s THE place to meet like-minded WordPress people of all paths and professions. Here’s everything you need to know about #WCEU 2019, the sub-events you can can attend, and other information that may come in handy.

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Gutenberg Downvoted, New WordPress Without Gutenberg Released, Sandy Hook Blogs Removed 🗞️ September 2018 WordPress News w/ CodeinWP

September 2018 WordPress News w/ CodeinWP

Hi everyone, welcome to a fresh edition of our monthly WordPress news series! As has often been the case these past few months, much of the biggest WordPress news focused on the upcoming Gutenberg editor. But it’s not all Gutenberg – there were also some other noteworthy news items like WordPress.com’s Sandy Hook conspiracy dilemma, Yoast SEO 8.0, takeaways from the most recent WordCamps, and another WordPress.com partnership made by Automattic.

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The Behind the Scenes as a #WCEU Media Partner: What’s the Experience Like?

The Behind the Scenes as a #WCEU Media Partner: What's the Experience Like?

Whenever we go to a WordCamp, be it local or global, we don’t just attend. We like to engage and get involved as much as we can, where we can. After volunteering at WordCamp Europe (WCEU) for several years in a row, we started to pivot towards other activities, too. For instance, Sabina Ionescu and Rodica Andronache were part of the organizing team last summer in Belgrade, while ThemeIsle (our second blog) was a media partner. It was a smooth transition from media supporters in Paris in 2017.

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