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Twenty Twenty-Four Theme is…Good!
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Twenty Twenty-Four Theme is…Good!

WordPress 6.4 was released with a bug that was quickly patched in version 6.4.1. The Twenty Twenty-Four theme has received positive reviews and is expected to be widely adopted. The episode covers the release of WordPress 6.4, and there is a discount on a cart and checkout plugin for WooCommerce. There are also updates on Brainstorm Force’s investment in an appointment booking plugin, possible changes at Tumblr, and tips on using Slack for WordPress business. Support for The WP Minute is also encouraged.

What’s new in WordPress 6.4?
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What’s new in WordPress 6.4?

WordPress 6.4 has been released, featuring updates to the Block Editor, including improvements to Blocks and Patterns, vertical text orientation, and new commands in the command palette. The release also introduces the new default theme, Twenty Twenty-Four, which aims to offer more flexibility and patterns for site builders. Overall, WordPress 6.4 is seen as a step towards the future of WordPress and the block-based era.

Find WooCommerce inside Woo.com
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Find WooCommerce inside Woo.com

WooCommerce has rebranded to Woo and can be found at Woo.com. The announcement clarifies that Woo refers to the brand/company, while WooCommerce is the open-source ecommerce platform for WordPress. Some members of the community have expressed displeasure with the rebrand, believing it obscures their role as WooCommerce site builders. However, others, like Syed Balkhi, see the trend of hosting companies offering professional services as a growth channel for the WordPress platform.

The Big Impact of WordPress 6.4
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The Big Impact of WordPress 6.4

WordPress 6.4 is out and there is anticipation surrounding the release of the Twenty Twenty-Four theme. However, there are concerns about the future of WordPress, including competition from other platforms and a decline in business for developers and agencies. The message also mentions the decline in WooCommerce business and the challenges faced by WordPress media. Despite these concerns, the author remains hopeful about the future of WordPress.

100+ Performance Enhancements coming to WP 6.4
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100+ Performance Enhancements coming to WP 6.4

WordPress 6.4 is releasing with over 100 performance updates and minor changes. The update includes the new Twenty Twenty Four theme and the removal of attachment pages. Also discussed is the decrease in WooCommerce services and the trend of web hosts offering website building services. The message concludes with advice for freelancers to focus on enhancing their services and the potential for WordPress to evolve into a great platform. Links to helpful resources are also provided.

Plugin Previews, Ollie Theme, and Open Source AI in WordPress
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Plugin Previews, Ollie Theme, and Open Source AI in WordPress

WordPress.org introduced 1-click plugin previews, allowing users to explore plugins before installing them. However, there were issues with the feature, leading to it being reverted. The Ollie theme is now available in the WordPress repository, but without its onboarding experience, which will be offered as a separate plugin. WordPress.org has launched its annual WordPress awards, and users are encouraged to vote. Meta (formerly Facebook) is promoting open source development, sparking a debate in the WordPress community. Matt Mullenweg, founder of WordPress, appeared in an interview discussing Automattic, the value of the WordPress ecosystem, and his role in the community.

The Most Popular Gutenberg Block
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The Most Popular Gutenberg Block

The most popular Gutenberg block for WordPress is discussed on the website gutenstats.blog, which provides insight into the usage of the Gutenberg block editor. It reveals that there are 81.7 million active installs, 273.4 million posts written, and 233 thousand posts written daily. For more information on the most popular blocks, visit the website.

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