In this week’s news, the WordPress Plugin Team published some revamped guidelines for the wordpress.org plugin directory.

We also have a discussion about whether or not Google AMP is beneficial for publishers (and whether or not publishers even have a choice about the matter).

There’s also a great post from The WP Crowd about whether to use your child theme or a custom plugin when adding functionality.

Finally, you should spend about five minutes to fill out the newly released 2016 WordPress User Survey.

Let’s get to all of this week’s news…

WORDPRESS NEWS AND ARTICLES

TUTORIALS AND HOW-TOS

RESOURCES & FREEBIES


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Daan Tol is a 34 year old online freelancer from Breda (the Netherlands). I am the owner of WPLift and TOL e-commerce. I love to test out new software, plugins, themes!

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