WP-News: Manage multiple WP sites more effectively & Gutenberg integration coming closer

Torben Simon Meier Last updated 14.01.2020
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WordPress  Newsletter #47

Since our WordPress news will be published every Friday from now on, we have the news of the past two weeks in our luggage today. Since this year's "State of theWord" speech by Matt Mullenweg at WordCamp US, there has been a lot of discussion about the Gutenberg editor. And questions about the impact of the EU General Data Protection Regulation are piling up. We will also show you our new development feature and four toolsto help you manage multiple WordPress -WordPress projects.

WP-News: Manage multiple WP sites   more effectively & Gutenberg integration coming closer

30+ WordPress Managesites ? These 4 tools make it possible!
Although WordPress is and will remain our favorite CMS, we all know how much effort it takes to keep a single site up and running: Updating the WordPress -version, Plugins and Themes , creating new content, replying to comments and managing backups - plus the constant concern for the security and performance of site . Even with a handful of WordPress -WordPress projects, this effort is a real productivity killer. That's why we show you in which areas you can really save time and nerves with known administration tools and the integrated features of your hoster. really save time and nerves.

WP-News: Manage multiple WP sites   more effectively & Gutenberg integration coming closer

Our Template Feature: A Kickstart for your WordPress Projects
Our new feature "WordPress -Templates" saves you a lot of time when setting up new WP sites , because a template is a backup that is stored separately from the original site . You can then create a new site from your templates with just one click. The best thing about it: All your Plugins, Themes and settings are transferred one to one and are ready to use. This way you can create your own WordPress templates for different topics or industries, for example, and get new WordPress projects rolling even more efficiently.


Mullenweg sets direction for 2018
At WordCamp US, WordPress co-founder Matt Mullenweg gave his annual "State of the Word" address, in which he reviews the past year and sets the course for the next. This year, his speech was all about the new Gutenberg editor. When the editor is ready to be integrated into the core, WordPress 5.0 will be rolled out. According to Mullenweg, that's expected to happen in April 2018. At WordPressTV you can watch the speech, including Gutenberg live demo, in full.

Gutenberg-Editor on everyone's lips
After WordCamp US and Mullenweg's "State of the Word" session, many community members have been talking about the Gutenberg-editor. We have compiled a (non-exhaustive) list of interesting articles and comments about the new editor:


What does GDPR really change?
The answer to that is "not very much" - At least that's what lawyer Udo Meisen in the PressWerk Podcast. Nevertheless, there are some areas in which stricter requirements for entrepreneurs will apply as a result of the GDPR . These include target group profiling with Facebook Ads, sending newsletters and concluding order data processing agreements with third-party providers. In addition, Udo Meisen explains the new ePrivacy Directivewhich will come into force together with GDPR .


Cyber insurance is becoming increasingly popular
Companies are increasingly afraid of hacking attacks and want to protect themselves against this danger with cyber insurance. According to Heise Online, however, insurers are finding it difficult to assess and categorize the level of risk. The cyber insurance market is still relatively small, but Andreas Berger, a member of the board at Allianz AGCS, expects the global market to be worth 20 billion euros by 2027. global market volume of 20 billion euros by 2027..

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The Perfect Front-End Checklist
With the Front-End Checklist for Meticulous Web Developers by David Dias you will always keep track of your WordPress -WordPress - projects. The individual items of the checklist are divided into the categories Head, HTML, Webfonts, CSS, JavaScript, Images, Accessibility, Performance and SEO, which you can show or hide. In addition, you get the priority of the items displayed and can generate a handy report.

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