On August 7th, WordPress.com announced that Business plan users can now install third-party themes and plugins. It’s a pretty big shift and a major opportunity for theme and plugin authors, though Tony Perez has some interesting thoughts on the impact of Automattic’s move on the WordPress hosting ecosystem.

There’s also some continued debate on the Gutenberg Editor and how it will handle the Meta Box API.

And if you sell any products on Envato, you’ll want to read about their new exclusivity policy.

Let’s get to all of this week’s news…

WORDPRESS NEWS AND ARTICLES

TUTORIALS AND HOW-TOS

RESOURCES, DEALS & FREEBIES


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Daan Tol is an online freelancer from 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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  1. Bunch of hot deals, great one.

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