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  • Posted a reply to Upgraded to 6.0.1? What’s working, what’s not, for you?, on the site WordPress.org Forums:
    The legacy widget still is massive after the 6.1 upgrade; I tested it out and…

  • Posted a reply to Upgraded to 6.0.1? What’s working, what’s not, for you?, on the site WordPress.org Forums:
    I tried an upgrade, failed; the message I get is “The update cannot be installed…

  • Posted a reply to Events List Widget Appearance in EM6.0 messed up despite being in Preview Mode, on the site WordPress.org Forums:
    The calendar widget in the header got HUGE on my site, I simply eliminated it…

  • Posted a reply to v6 break search css + error js, on the site WordPress.org Forums:
    I appreciated the styling options with enable, basic, or disable—especially the ability to preview the…

  • Wrote a comment on the post Giving FSE a More User Friendly Name, on the site Make WordPress Core:
    aligning with standards makes sense; some of them are WordPress standards, some of standards from…

  • Wrote a comment on the post Giving FSE a More User Friendly Name, on the site Make WordPress Core:
    Thanks; good post; maybe ensuring that the documentation uses both old and new names for…

  • Wrote a comment on the post Giving FSE a More User Friendly Name, on the site Make WordPress Core:
    no, settings does not feel right to me; sounds like it would be more about…

  • Wrote a comment on the post Giving FSE a More User Friendly Name, on the site Make WordPress Core:
    agreed

  • Wrote a comment on the post Giving FSE a More User Friendly Name, on the site Make WordPress Core:
    well said

  • Wrote a comment on the post Giving FSE a More User Friendly Name, on the site Make WordPress Core:
    Excellent analysis, I agree with your opinions. Naming should come early in process, not be…

  • Wrote a comment on the post Giving FSE a More User Friendly Name, on the site Make WordPress Core:
    Don’t use a deprecated (or “being deprecated”) word for something else for at least 5…

  • Wrote a comment on the post Giving FSE a More User Friendly Name, on the site Make WordPress Core:
    I believe that the term theme editor is already in use.

  • Wrote a comment on the post Giving FSE a More User Friendly Name, on the site Make WordPress Core:
    Stay away from builder! I avoid all page-builders where I can, and using that term…

  • Wrote a comment on the post Giving FSE a More User Friendly Name, on the site Make WordPress Core:
    yes, dropping the “full” is not terrible, and avoids the “full-site editor vs full site…

  • Wrote a comment on the post Giving FSE a More User Friendly Name, on the site Make WordPress Core:
    AAbsolutely; changing names is simply confusing. It describes the function, has been in use, including…

  • Posted a reply to event title does not wrap in calendar, on the site WordPress.org Forums:
    That is the code that I am using. I just installed WP Fullcalendar, which seemed…

  • Posted a reply to event title does not wrap in calendar, on the site WordPress.org Forums:
    Here is a bypass link to get past the “coming soon” screen: http://uujec.net/?cmp_bypass=7770cadbb1124fcf56f17aa0a64f5e58 The password…

  • Posted a reply to event title does not wrap in calendar, on the site WordPress.org Forums:
    Sorry! I will go into the site and forward a bypass link later today—running to…

  • Posted a reply to event title does not wrap in calendar, on the site WordPress.org Forums:
    Update! I added another multiday event, and the link wrapped, but the 2 weekdays when…

  • Created a topic, event title does not wrap in calendar, on the site WordPress.org Forums:
    On other sites, I have used WP Full Calendar and GB Fu…

  • Wrote a comment on the post Enabling WebP by default, on the site Make WordPress Core:
    great only from a web crawler, search engine, supported device/medium Interesting point—I totally ignore web…

  • Created a topic, Recreating Book Reviews, on the site WordPress.org Forums:
    I am moving a large number of book-review posts from a…

  • Wrote a comment on the post Enabling WebP by default, on the site Make WordPress Core:
    this means they will benefit from the new modern format as long as their host…

  • Wrote a comment on the post Enabling WebP by default, on the site Make WordPress Core:
    so switching to AVIF in the future will be straightforward. Will that mean 3 sets…

  • Wrote a comment on the post Enabling WebP by default, on the site Make WordPress Core:
    I agree; simple check-box options are not all that difficult, esp. with a recommendation and/or…

  • Created a topic, Working very well., on the site WordPress.org Forums:
    I moved a site from Joomla to WordPress, and was looki…

  • Created a topic, Options abound!, on the site WordPress.org Forums:
    I am starting a new site with a block-compatible class…

  • Created a topic, Great for Guest Authors and Members, on the site WordPress.org Forums:
    As admin for a few small sites, I am the one who actua…

  • Wrote a comment on the post Discussion: Revisiting In-person Regional WordCamps, on the site Make WordPress Communities:
    I really think it should be adaptable to local conditions—what defines an appropriately-sized “local” community…

  • Wrote a comment on the post Proposal: Mandatory Safety Measures for In-person WordPress Events in 2022, on the site Make WordPress Communities:
    No, you are not. Local laws, waivers, and mostly all-virtual, sad to say.

  • Created a topic, Just started, works well., on the site WordPress.org Forums:
    My site is only semilive, but I have tested out the se…

  • Created a topic, Successful conversion, great support, on the site WordPress.org Forums:
    I am an amateur at WordPress and Web sites. I had to …

  • Posted a reply to Warning: preg_match(): Compilation failed: quantifier does not follow a repeatab, on the site WordPress.org Forums:
    Thanks so much, James! Not sure that I do actually need the Gutenberg plug-in; I…

  • Created a topic, Warning: preg_match(): Compilation failed: quantifier does not follow a repeatab, on the site WordPress.org Forums:
    I get a whole series of these messages: Warning: preg_…