Well, what has happened in the WordPress world in the last two weeks? Quite a lot! A security hole has been fixed in WordPress plugin Ninja Forms, WordPress.org recommends Google Fonts and the roadmap for WordPress 6.1 is available. In addition, we have tips and suggestions for more sustainability with which you can give something back to the world. Have a great week and see you soon! 💚
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News from the magazine
The WooCommerce plugin from WeRePack.org makes it possible to reuse shipping boxes. Find out how shops use the extension to contribute to more sustainability.
No business model of the 21st century divides our minds like dropshipping. Moritz Kopp takes a look at how proper dropshipping works, what's involved and which "red flags" you should definitely watch out for.
You want to show your human side site and get into conversation with your customers? Jan Tissler shows you how to use livestream marketing and how easy it is to get started.
Preliminary roadmap for WordPress 6.1 published
It's time to take a look at the major themes for WordPress 6.1. The next major update is scheduled for mid-October and should refine the features introduced in 5.9 and 6.0. Take a look at the current roadmap!
Matt Mullenweg calls GoDaddy a "parasitic company"
Last week, Matt Mullenweg officially called hosting company GoDaddy "an existential threat to the future of WordPress." How did this come about? Check out WP Tavern 's blog post for all the details.
WordPress.org Forces security update for Ninja Forms plugin
Over a million WordPress websites were force updated on 14 June to fix a critical security vulnerability in Ninja Forms. Are you using plugin ? Then check your website to make sure the update has been applied.
WooCommerce: Use vouchers and discounts cleverly
Clever discounts and coupons increase sales in the long run - but using them requires a balance. As a shop owner, you want to attract new customers, but you don't want to miss out on profit. In the blog post from WooCommerce you can learn how!
Web Design & Development
Google Fonts, WordPress Themes and the GDPR
A German court has fined a website that uses web fonts hosted by Google. The reason was a violation of the GDPR. WordPress.org urges theme authors to switch to locally hosted web fonts.
10 Dos and Don'ts in Web Design 2022
Navigating the world of web design can be difficult. There is so much conflicting and outdated advice out there. How many times have you been told to follow the 3-click rule? Learn the most important dos and don'ts in web design now!
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