WP-News: jQuery issues in WP 5.5 & the perfect WordPress development workflow

Today we have the latest WP news for you: Over 10,000 users are having problems after the update to WordPress 5.5, the development of WP 5.6 is being led by an all-women team and Learn WordPress is here. In our magazine, we introduce you to a proven WordPress development workflow and show you how to stop spam comments and achieve more conversions in your online shop. Enjoy! ?

WP-News: jQuery issues in WP 5.5 & the perfect WordPress development workflow

The Perfect WordPress Development Workflow with Git & SSH

Looking for a fast, secure and efficient way to develop and maintain your WordPresssite(s)? Then this workflow with Git and SSH is perfect for you: Our Head of Development Matthias explains step by step how to bring your WP-site from a local device to a server! Learn more


How to block WordPress spam comments

The WP-plugin Antispam Bee keeps spam comments at bay. Unlike other solutions, the busy bee is even GDPR-compliant. We let Stefan Kremer from the Pluginkollektiv report on it.

Conversion Blog

Conversion optimization: increase your turnover

Traffic alone is often not the right measure of success: how many of your visitors really become customers? And how do you optimise the conversion rate? Nils Koppelmann gives you valuable tips for more conversions.

Jacob Blog

New at Raidboxes: Product Owner Jacob

Jacob has been on board as a product owner since mid-July. In a quick interview, Jacob tells you how he drives our Dashboard forward in the agile team and bears great responsibility for the success of the development.


Problems after updating to WP 5.5 and possible solutions
Having problems with your site after updating to WordPress 5.5 because jQuery Migrate is disabled by default? Fortunately, there is a remedy: The plugin Enable jQuery Migrate Helper developed by the Core Team serves as a temporary solution.

Women in Tech: WordPress 5.6 release planning published
After WP 5.5, aka "Eckstine", you can look forward to the last big release of the year: WordPress 5.6. What the team, which consists entirely of women, is planning - you can find out here. Eric Mann explains why it was high time for meritocracy.

Is it too early to drop PHP 5.6?
When will WordPress discontinue support for PHP 5.6? When will WordPress raise the PHP minimum version? The Core Team is currently discussing this. WP Tavern summarises what we know so far about the future of PHP in WordPress.


WordPress Security: 10 mistakes you better not make
Mistakes happen. Only when it comes to the security of your WP-site, you can't joke about it. The experts from Wordfence explain which common 10 mistakes you should avoid at all costs to keep your sitesecure.

Web design & development

WordPress performance - the big 1×1
Which tools do I use to evaluate the performance of my website? What do I need to consider for my WP-site in terms of hosting, WordPress and themes? Front-end developer Jessica Lyschik explains this and more in WordPress Performance 1×1.

Learn WordPress is live: Free Workshops & Curricula
Whether you're a first-time blogger or an experienced developer, there's always more to learn! From now on, you can find lots of resources on our favourite CMS on the Learn WordPress platform - from the community, for the community.

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