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What’s New in WordPress 6.2: Building Better Site and Block Editing Experiences for the Enterprise
WordPress 6.2 is here! From enhanced block and site editing experiences to better ease of use, efficiency, and speed, we unpack our favorite features and improvements for enterprise content creators and developers.
Boosting Front End Site Performance on WordPress
To achieve optimal performance, web developers must focus on several key factors. Learn how images, fonts, and CDNs contribute to site speed and stability.
How to Protect Against CSRF Attacks on WordPress
CSRF is a security vulnerability. To protect against CSRF attacks, use nonces in your WordPress code. Learn how.
A Developer’s Guide to Dynamic Content Personalization
Content personalization comes in many flavors, but it always comes down to providing your audience with a more customized and engaging experience.
How to Enhance WordPress Blocks With Block.json and Server-side Registration
Blocks can be added and rendered in both the WordPress editor and the front end. Learn how to code yours here.
Inside WordPress VIP’s New Multisite Management Capabilities
WordPress VIP remains the best option for WordPress multisite setups and complex environments. Learn more in this blog post.
A Foray into Headless Gutenberg
Hear from Lede VP of Engineering Owen Stowe as he dives into his Foray Into Headless Gutenberg presentation at BigWP NYC.
Pointing DNS Directly vs. Reverse Proxy
Both DNS and a reverse proxy can route traffic to your website, but each option has ideal use cases. Learn which to use in this guide.
Using a Design System with the WordPress Block Editor Pt 2: Block Types and Styles
How to streamline content creation and manage brand consistency by removing unneeded options in the WordPress block editor.
Using a Design System with the WordPress Block Editor Pt. 1: theme.json
Our new two-part series shows how to use design systems with the WordPress block editor, starting with design tokens and theme.json. Read part one here