Here's your fresh WordPress news: WordPress 5.8 supports WebP images, the June Google Core Update has been rolled out and we're celebrating not only WordCamp Europe but also our Review Signal award. In the magazine this time, you'll find tips for mobile optimising your website, learn all about Elementor and get answers to the most common WordPress support questions. Have fun reading! ?
Anyone who works in the area of WordPress support knows the classic questions about the world's most important CMS. What is the best way to implement cookie banners, simple backups, the right image sizes or the update of Plugins and Themes ? And how do you find support in an emergency? Learn more
Elementor is one of the most popular WordPress page builders on the market. Elementor adds intuitive drag & drop features. Find out everything you need to know about Elementor in this guide!
Is your website actually mobile optimised? And what does a good user experience (UX) for mobile devices actually depend on? Let's take a closer look at the best practices for mobile UX design!
Plugins for WordPress and WooCommerce, with which you can create surveys or a quiz, are a dime a dozen. We have tested the most popular surveys Plugins . Which Plugin is suitable for your website?
Review Signal: Hosting Performance Test 2021?
The Performance Benchmarks 2021 from Review Signal are here. The test puts the best hosting providers through their paces - from uptime to response time for cached pages. Raidboxes was again awarded in the Enterprise Tier.
WordCamp Europe 2021: Interview with Caspar Hübinger
WordCamp Europe is the biggest online event around WordPress , the open web and beyond. Watch the highlights from last week in the stream. Among other things, Caspar Hübinger talks about open source contributing.
WordPress 5.8 supports WebP images
It's official: WebP support comes with WordPress 5.8. The modern image file format offers compression that is 26% smaller than PNGs and up to 34% smaller than comparable JPEG images - a must for faster websites!
The summer of Google Core updates
Have you seen any changes in your rankings or search traffic? Wait for it, because on 2 June Google released a Core Update. And there will be another one in July. Neil Patel noticed something unique about this update.
Web Design & Development
The best (and worst) web design trends of 2021
We're halfway through 2021 - the perfect time to pause and take stock of what the year has brought us so far in terms of web design: These trends are currently in and these are trends we'd rather not see again.
Freelancer Tips: Your path to self-employment
Are you thinking about starting your own business? Designer James Round shares his key learnings and gives advice for anyone looking to take the plunge into self-employment.