If you read my article about WordPress themes, Google Fonts and the GDPR you will already know that Google fonts served from their CDN do not comply with the GDPR because they collect IPs and it is not known what else Google does with user data.
A few days ago the WordPress.org theme team announced that they are considering requiring WordPress themes to stop loading fonts from Google’s CDN and to host them along with the theme files.
Has it ever happened to you that you’ve installed WordPress, a theme and some plugins only to realize that you want to start over from scratch because of a misconfiguration or whatever?
WooCommerce is a great tool to manage your online store but it is not perfect. In case you need a way to add a new order status for your online store, this is the way to do it.
Google has recently added 2 new Lighthouse engine metrics to the main web metrics analysis: INP and TTFB. These new metrics are now available both in the PageSpeed analyzer and in other services such as WebPageTest.
WooCommerce creates a folder where product files with digital downloads are uploaded by default. This is convenient, but does not always suit the needs of your business or company.