The classic editor plugin is a reliable tool for a lot of WordPress users, and that’s why the support of this plugin is a concern for many.
One of the questions I get most is whether you can still use plugins that indicate that they have not been tested with the latest versions of WordPress. And today we give answers to all of you.
This summer’s WordPress news has been the update to version 5.5 that has brought countless new features of all kinds, most of them quite obvious and visible to users. But all these changes, like it or not, have not been what has caused more attention and news, but the multitude of WordPress sites that have had problems, due to an internal change: the deactivation of the tool called jQuery Migrate.
The WordPress update system is really useful. But sometimes you dont want to update plugins themes or WordPress for multiple reasons and the notifications get in the way. So we are going to see some methods to hide them.
The WordPress update system is a really useful tool, which alerts you every time there is an update of plugins, themes, or WordPress itself. But sometimes it’s overwhelming to have so many update notices in sight, that they can cause the untempered administrator to update without doing any pre-checking. I’m not saying that you don’t