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HeroPress: Childhood to WordPress

Wordpress Planet - Wed, 05/02/2018 - 12:45

આ નિબંધ ગુજરાતીમાં પણ ઉપલબ્ધ છે

First of all, I want to say thank you to HeroPress for reaching out and letting so many people share their stories. I am a follower of HeroPress and read new stories every week! A few months ago my cousin Chetan Prajapati published a WordPress story, and I was inspired by him to share my own and how it has changed my way of working. I love WordPress because it had a great impact on my career. I was pursuing my Diploma in Computer Engineering. When I was in my last year of college I was working on an Industrial project and was very confused about to how to complete my project, how to choose the best framework and language so that based on my project after my college I can get a good job in my field. My cousin was working on WordPress and I randomly discussed with him my last year’s project and he suggested me to use WordPress! For a demo he created an eCommerce project within 10 minutes and I was shocked. I just could not believe he created a project that fast. He said “I just installed WooCommerce and a simple theme”. From that moment on I am in love with WordPress and continuously research and gain more knowledge regarding wordpress. After completing my Diploma I got a job in Ahmedabad and working as Junior WordPress Developer. Also I am attending Local Meetups and WordCamps. Now I also take seminars every weekend on how to make a career in WordPress. It was my first time speaking in Ahmedabad WooCommerce Local Meetup in a session on how to create and setup eCommerce within 10 minutes.

Speaking at the Ahmedabad WooCommerce Local Meetup

My First WordCamp – WordCamp Udaipur 2017

My Second WordCamp – WordCamp Mumbai 2017

My Third WordCamp – WordCamp Nagpur

After much hardwork to achieve this event, it’s WordCamp Ahmedabad 2017.

My Fourth WordCamp – WordCamp Ahmedabad 2017 as Volunteer

My Fifth WordCamp – WordCamp Mumbai 2018 ( Second time )

I am a WordCamp Lover. WordCamp is a way to meet new people, learn and share knowledge!

Finally my dreams are coming true at WordCamp Europe 2018. Finally I am volunteer in WordCamp Europe 2018.

હું WordPress પ્રેમી છું

સૌ પ્રથમ, હું તમને કહેવા માગું છું કે હિરોપર્સને પહોંચવા માટે અને ઘણા લોકોને તેમના વાર્તાઓ શેર કરવા માટે આભાર. હું હિરોપ્રેસનો અનુયાયી છું અને દર અઠવાડિયે નવી કથાઓ વાંચી સંભળાવું છું! થોડા મહિના પહેલાં મારા પિતરાઇ ભાઇ ચેતન પ્રજાપતિએ એક વાર્તાની વાર્તા લખી હતી, અને મારા દ્વારા તેનો પોતાનો ભાગ લેવા માટે પ્રેરણા મળી હતી અને તે કેવી રીતે કામ કરવાની રીત બદલ્યો છે.

હું WordPress સાથે રમવા માટે chilhood છું beacuse લવ. હું છેલ્લા વર્ષમાં ડિપ્લોમા ઇન કમ્પ્યુટર એન્જીનિયરિંગમાં અભ્યાસ કરતો હતો, મારી પાસે ઔદ્યોગિક પ્રોજેક્ટ છે, તેથી હું પ્રોજેક્ટમાં કેવી રીતે સર્જન કરું છું અને કેવી રીતે શ્રેષ્ઠ માળખા અને ભાષા પસંદ કરવી તે મારા કૉલેજ પછીથી હું આઇટીમાં શ્રેષ્ઠ કામ મેળવી શકું છું તે અંગે ભ્રમિત છું.

એક મારા પિતરાઈ ભાઈ WordPress પર કામ કરી રહ્યા છે, તેથી હું મારા છેલ્લા વર્ષ પ્રોજેક્ટ અંગે ચર્ચા કરી રહ્યો છું પછી તે કહે છે કે તમે WordPress પસંદ કરો છો અને તે 10 મિનિટમાં ઈકોમર્સ પ્રોજેક્ટ બનાવશે અને હું ખૂબ જ વ્યસ્ત છું. હું તે સાથે તૈયાર કરી શકતો નથી, તે 10 મિનિટમાં પૂર્ણ થયેલ પ્રોજેક્ટમાં તે કહે છે કે મેં WooCommerce અને સરળ થીમ ઇન્સ્ટોલ કરી છે. પછી હું WordPress લવ અને હું WordPress માં વધુ અને વધુ સંશોધન છું અને WordPress માં જ્ઞાન વિકાસ.

દરેક અઠવાડિયે મારા સત્ર પર WordPress સાથે કારકિર્દી કેવી રીતે શરૂ કરવી તે મારા સત્ર પર.

મારી ડિપ્લોમા પૂરો કર્યા પછી મને અમદાવાદમાં નાની કંપનીમાં નોકરી મળી અને જુનિયર વર્ડપ્રેસ ડેવલપર તરીકે કામ કર્યું. પછી હું સ્થાનિક મીટઅપ અને વર્ડકેમ્પમાં હાજરી કરું છું. સત્રમાં અમદાવાદ વુકોમર્સ સ્થાનિક મેટઅપમાં મારો પ્રથમ વાર સ્પીકર હતો અને 10 મિનિટમાં ઈકોમર્સ કેવી રીતે બનાવવું અને કેવી રીતે સેટઅપ કરવું તે વિશે.

મારો પ્રથમ વર્ડકેમ્પ – વર્ડકૅમ્પ ઉદયપુર 2017

મારી સેકન્ડ વર્ડકેમ્પ – વર્ડકેમ્પ મુંબઇ 2017

મારો ત્રીજો વર્ડકેમ્પ – વર્ડકેપ નાગપુર

આ ઇવેન્ટને તેના વર્ડકેમ્પ અમદાવાદ 2017 માં પહોંચાડવા માટે વધુ અને વધુ સખત મહેનત કર્યા પછી

મારી ફોર્થ વર્ડકેમ્પ – વર્ડકેમ્પ અમદાવાદ 2017 સ્વયંસેવક તરીકે

મારો પાંચમા વર્ડકેમ્પ – વર્ડકામ મુંબઇ 2018 (સેકન્ડ ટાઇમ)

હું એક WordCamp પ્રેમી છું વર્ડકેમ્પ નવા લોકોને મળે, જ્ઞાન અને જ્ઞાન વહેંચવાનો એક માર્ગ છે!

છેલ્લે WordCamp યુરોપ 2018 માં સાચા મારા સપના. છેલ્લે હું WordCamp યુરોપ 2018 માં સ્વયંસેવક છું.

“કોડ કવિતા છે”

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Dev Blog: The Month in WordPress: April 2018

Wordpress Planet - Wed, 05/02/2018 - 08:30

This past month saw a lot of preparation for upcoming events and releases across the WordPress project. Read on to find out more about these plans, and everything else that happened around the community in April.

The WordPress 15th Anniversary is Coming

On May 27 2018, WordPress will turn 15 years old — this is a huge milestone for the project, or, indeed, for any open-source platform. The Community Team has been hard at work helping communities around the world plan local anniversary parties.

Check the central anniversary website to see if there’s already a party being planned near you. These parties are all organized by local communities — if there’s no local community in your area, you can start one today and host a party yourself.

Work has Started on a Gutenberg Migration Guide

With Gutenberg, the upcoming WordPress content editor, in rapid development, a lot of people have been wondering how they will convert their existing plugins to work with the new features. To mitigate the issues here and help people overcome any migration hurdles, a Gutenberg Migration Guide is underway to assist developers with making their code Gutenberg-compatible.

If you’d like to contribute to this guide, you can review the existing documentation on GitHub and open a new issue if you find something to add.

Theme Review Team Launches Trusted Authors Program

Reviews of themes submitted to the Theme Directory can take quite a while to complete. In order to combat this issue and to make the theme submission process smoother for everyone, the Theme Review Team is introducing a Trusted Authors Program.

This program will allow frequent and reliable theme authors to apply for trusted status, allowing them to upload themes more frequently and to have their themes automatically approved. This will allow more high-quality themes to be added to the directory, as well as recognize the hard work that authors put in to build their themes.

If you would like to get involved with reviewing themes, you can read their getting started guide, follow the team blog and join the #themereview channel in the Making WordPress Slack group.

Further Reading:

If you have a story we should consider including in the next “Month in WordPress” post, please submit it here.

The Month in WordPress: April 2018

Wordpress News - Wed, 05/02/2018 - 08:30

This past month saw a lot of preparation for upcoming events and releases across the WordPress project. Read on to find out more about these plans, and everything else that happened around the community in April.

The WordPress 15th Anniversary is Coming

On May 27 2018, WordPress will turn 15 years old — this is a huge milestone for the project, or, indeed, for any open-source platform. The Community Team has been hard at work helping communities around the world plan local anniversary parties.

Check the central anniversary website to see if there’s already a party being planned near you. These parties are all organized by local communities — if there’s no local community in your area, you can start one today and host a party yourself.

Work has Started on a Gutenberg Migration Guide

With Gutenberg, the upcoming WordPress content editor, in rapid development, a lot of people have been wondering how they will convert their existing plugins to work with the new features. To mitigate the issues here and help people overcome any migration hurdles, a Gutenberg Migration Guide is underway to assist developers with making their code Gutenberg-compatible.

If you’d like to contribute to this guide, you can review the existing documentation on GitHub and open a new issue if you find something to add.

Theme Review Team Launches Trusted Authors Program

Reviews of themes submitted to the Theme Directory can take quite a while to complete. In order to combat this issue and to make the theme submission process smoother for everyone, the Theme Review Team is introducing a Trusted Authors Program.

This program will allow frequent and reliable theme authors to apply for trusted status, allowing them to upload themes more frequently and to have their themes automatically approved. This will allow more high-quality themes to be added to the directory, as well as recognize the hard work that authors put in to build their themes.

If you would like to get involved with reviewing themes, you can read their getting started guide, follow the team blog and join the #themereview channel in the Making WordPress Slack group.

Further Reading:

If you have a story we should consider including in the next “Month in WordPress” post, please submit it here.

WPTavern: WordSesh 5 Scheduled for July 25th

Wordpress Planet - Wed, 05/02/2018 - 05:10

After not having an event in 2017, WordSesh, a virtual WordPress conference, is returning July 25th. The event is being organized by Brian Richards, Founder of WPSessions and a collection of partners. 

The schedule is online and like previous events, there is a mixture of sessions and live podcasts. Based on the sessions, this year’s event leans towards consultants and developers.

WordSesh 2018 Schedule

WordSesh five will have a hallway track that provides multiple ways for attendees to get in touch with speakers and other viewers. Attendees will also receive digital swag.

Richards is encouraging Meetup organizers to host viewing parties. If you’d like to coordinate a viewing party for your meetup or co-working space, please contact Wordseshlive at gmail.com.

Tickets are not yet available but those who sign up to the site’s email list will be the first to know when they are.

WPTavern: WordPress Theme Review Team Launches Trusted Authors Program

Wordpress Planet - Wed, 05/02/2018 - 04:23

In an effort to further streamline the review process and take some of the burden off of reviewers, the WordPress Theme Review team has launched a Trusted Authors Program.

The program is for authors who consistently submit themes that follow the WordPress theme review guidelines and have three or fewer issues in multiple areas. Applications and approvals will be handled by team leaders only.

To apply for the program, theme authors need to select a ticket for the team to take into consideration and submit it as a comment on the announcement post. This can either be a recently approved theme or a ticket in the new or final queue.

In addition to following the guidelines, the theme must meet the following conditions.

  1. Escaping/Sanitization with a maximum of three issues.
  2. Needs to be 100% GPL with a maximum of three issues. This includes all of your products on your site or third-party sites.
  3. Can not create content and demo content must be used correctly. 
  4. The theme must not contain any PHP or JavaScript errors, plugin territory functionality, correct use of prefixing, enqueue, translations, and advertising.

Theme authors can submit a theme for review once every two weeks, must have at least one approved theme in the directory, and can not apply using a child theme. The privilege is non-transferable and themes that are approved can only be transferred to other accounts after six months.

As with any program, there are consequences for breaking the rules. The announcement notes that the team will not take into consideration active installs counts, how old a theme is or a theme author’s financial distress and that suspensions will be given without hesitation.

The team has already demonstrated their ability to enforce this thought process. Last year, Zerif Light was suspended from the directory for five months, affecting 300K users and costing its parent company, ThemeIsle, $75k/month in lost revenue.

If you have any questions or concerns about the program, you can contact any of the team leads on Slack.



Matt: Chinese Bikeshare Photos

Wordpress Planet - Mon, 04/30/2018 - 17:53
A worker rides a shared bicycle past piled-up shared bikes at a vacant lot in Xiamen, Fujian province, China December 13, 2017. Picture taken December 13, 2017. REUTERS/Stringer

I find myself frequently returning to this Atlantic photo essay on the Chinese bike share companies flooding the streets with bikes. It’s strangely beautiful.

Matt: Rent-A-Family in Japan

Wordpress Planet - Sun, 04/29/2018 - 01:05

Elif Batuman, who was recently a Pulitzer finalist for her novel The Idiot, has a stunning story in the New Yorker on Japan’s Rent-a-Family Industry, “People who are short on relatives can hire a husband, a mother, a grandson. The resulting relationships can be more real than you’d expect.”

You think from the title it’s going to be one of those gee-whiz stories or vaguely condescending toward Japanese, but what follows is actually an incredibly poignant and powerful view of society through a lens I had never imagined before. It’s a #longread but I hope you take the time to sit with it this weekend. You may need a swordsman.

Post Status: The meta episode — Draft podcast

Wordpress Planet - Fri, 04/27/2018 - 20:10

Welcome to the Post Status Draft podcast, which you can find on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and via RSS for your favorite podcatcher. Post Status Draft is hosted by Brian Krogsgard and co-host Brian Richards.

In this episode, Brian and Brian discuss meta data in WordPress, including the challenge of implementing data into new tools, such as the REST API and the Gutenberg editor.

With the endless options of data complexity that’s historically possible with meta fields, the way these features are implemented into new projects has to be well thought out. There is continued activity with both the REST API and Gutenberg to make sure meta is well supported. There are several things that are worth knowing, if you are a consultant or a product maker in regard to working with WordPress meta.

Links Sponsor: Pippin’s Plugins

This episode is sponsored by Pippin’s Plugins. Pippin’s Plugins creates a suite of plugins that work great alone, or together. Whether you need to restrict content, sell downloads, or start an affiliate program, they’ve got you covered. For more information, check out their website and thank you to Pippin’s Plugins for being a Post Status partner.

WPTavern: A Gutenberg Migration Guide for Developers

Wordpress Planet - Fri, 04/27/2018 - 20:06

In order to help developers learn how to migrate from the classic editor to Gutenberg, Daniel Bachhuber has launched a Gutenberg Migration Guide. Bachhuber is seeking the community’s help in identifying and filling a database to document all of the ways the classic editor can be customized.

Take a look through the Gutenberg Migration Guide. For each action, filter, and so on, we’d like to document real-world examples of how they’ve been used. Then, for each of those real-world examples, identify how the feature might be replicated in Gutenberg.

Daniel Bachhuber

He uses the media_buttons action as an example. This action is commonly used to add a button to the top of the editor. Developers can accomplish the same task in Gutenberg using the block inserter.

If you have any questions or suggestions, you’re encouraged to create a new issue on GitHub.

WPTavern: WPWeekly Episode 313 – BuddyPress, Gutenberg, and An Upcoming Anniversary

Wordpress Planet - Fri, 04/27/2018 - 02:08

In this episode, John James Jacoby and I start the show with a shout out to WebDevStudios, a web development agency that’s celebrating its 10th year in business. We then cover what’s new in BuddyPress 3.0, why plugins hosted on WordPress.org can no longer claim legal compliance, and what to expect from 0.7 of the AMP for WordPress plugin. Last but not least, we share what’s new in Gutenberg 2.7 and explain why you shouldn’t edit content written in Gutenberg with the WordPress for iOS app just yet.

Stories Discussed:

Celebrate the WordPress 15th Anniversary on May 27
Plugins Hosted on WordPress.org Can No Longer Guarantee Legal Compliance
BuddyPress 3.0 Beta 2 Released
WordPress Accessibility Team Is Seeking Contributors for Its Handbook Project
AMP for WordPress 0.7 RC 1 Released
Gutenberg 2.7 Released, Adds Ability to Edit Permalinks
WordPress for iOS and Gutenberg Don’t Get Along
Talking Gutenberg on Episode Eight of the Drunken UX Podcast

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Delicious Brains explains how they create and release WordPress plugins.

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Drupal Themes - Thu, 04/26/2018 - 09:49

WPTavern: AMP for WordPress 0.7 RC 1 Released

Wordpress Planet - Wed, 04/25/2018 - 17:30

XWP, Automattic, and Google’s AMP team, has released 0.7 Release Candidate 1 of the AMP for WordPress plugin. Hinted at during AMP Conf 2018 earlier this year, 0.7 is a major release that contains significant new features.

This release adds Native AMP support for all of the default widgets, embeds, and commenting. Notifications will be triggered for posts that contain content with validation errors or if you use a theme or plugin that adds invalid AMP markup.

While earlier versions of AMP displayed content in a way that was different from a site’s theme, 0.7 creates a native experience. For example, if you visit the AMP Conf WordPress Theme Demo site on an iPhone 7, the site looks exactly the same. As you can see in the image below, you can’t tell it’s running AMP.

AMP Conf Demo Theme

Before 0.7 is officially released, the development team is asking for users to put 0.7 RC 1 through its paces and report issues on the project’s GitHub page. You can download the pre-release version here.
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For more information on the AMP project, listen to episode 309 of WordPress Weekly where I interviewed Alberto Medina, Developer Advocate working with the Web Content Ecosystems Team at Google, and Weston Ruter, CTO of XWP. In this interview, we covered why the project was created, its future, and its potential impacts on the Open Web.

WPTavern: How Delicious Brains Creates and Releases WordPress Plugins

Wordpress Planet - Wed, 04/25/2018 - 16:32

Delicious Brains have published the process they use for creating and releasing WordPress plugins. The post covers development, brainstorming, reviewing, testing, and wire frames. The team also describes the products and services they use and the roles they play within their projects. How is their process different or similar to yours?

HeroPress: Second Careers

Wordpress Planet - Wed, 04/25/2018 - 11:30

I’m always fascinated by people who find second careers when they’re at the top of their game in the first one. To be really excellent at something and then switch to something else altogether is fascinating to see. Very often those people bubble to the top of whatever career they venture into.

This week’s HeroPress replay is titled “Moving On From Moving On Stage” by Karin Taliga. Karin is a dancer, and has had a rich and full career in that field. But the web called to her. Like the siren’s song, always keening “Come play here, it’s wonderful!”

When someone recommended I contact Karin 2 years ago she was winding up her dancing career and moving into a full time career as a web developer. The whole concept of a second career sounds exciting. I’ve always thought of “career” as something you do your whole life. But Karin has more adult life ahead of her than behind her, and I’m super excited to see where she goes with it.

Check out Karin’s original post from May of 2016.

Moving On From Moving On Stage

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WPTavern: WordPress for iOS and Gutenberg Don’t Get Along

Wordpress Planet - Tue, 04/24/2018 - 23:33

When it comes to editing and crafting content on the go, the WordPress Mobile apps are a good choice. The question is, how does the editor in the iOS app interact with content written in Gutenberg? Let’s find out.

Quick Edits Turn Into Lengthy, Frustrating Fixes

For testing purposes, I used a simple scenario that many users may run into. I’ve written and published a post in Gutenberg using paragraph, unordered lists, and image blocks. I then used the WordPress for iOS mobile app to access the post, correct a typo, and save it. The goal is to see if content is affected by saving it in a different editor.

Here is what the content looks like written and published in Gutenberg.

Content Written and Published in Gutenberg

Here is what the post looks like in the iOS app. It displays what appears to be Comment shortcodes at the beginning of each paragraph.

Gutenberg Content in WordPress for Ios

After correcting a typo and saving the changes, this is what happened to the post. As you can see, what was supposed to be a quick fix has turned into a lengthy process of fixing the entire article in Gutenberg.

Content Written in Gutenberg After Editing in the WordPress for iOS App

All of the content runs together as one giant block. To say that this is frustrating is an understatement, especially if you’re on the road and don’t have access to a desktop or tablet that can load the WordPress backend. 

Here is what the content looks like in Gutenberg after saving the edits in the iOS app. There are large gaps and a few of the blocks have warnings stating that they appear to have been modified externally.

Content in Gutenberg After It Was Edited in the WordPress for iOS App

Clicking the convert to block buttons turns the messages into blocks but it doesn’t return the formatting and in some cases, content goes missing. Before editing in the iOS app, this block contained a quote with a citation. Now it’s empty.

Quote Block Is Missing Content

WordPress has post revisions so I was able to quickly restore the breaking changes introduced by the iOS app. But this user experience between Gutenberg and the WordPress for iOS app is a great example of how something so simple can easily turn into a perceived disaster by users and ultimately, tarnish the new editor’s reputation.

Searching the Gutenberg repository on Github for iOS produces some results, but none refer to the compatibility issues I experienced.

I found out the hard way and will not be making any more changes to posts written in Gutenberg in the iOS app until compatibility between both editors exists. I recommend you don’t as well unless you want to fix a lot more than a typo.

MyTheme

Drupal Themes - Tue, 04/24/2018 - 16:11

Very convenient and flexible theme to start a new project.

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At the moment I am doing documentation for the theme, so a little later will release the full code for the release.
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This topic will include the following libraries:

And you will be able to connect them both separately and all together at once

In active development help:
Vasiliy Vanin

TopPlus Lite

Drupal Themes - Mon, 04/23/2018 - 06:07

Dev Blog: Celebrate the WordPress 15th Anniversary on May 27

Wordpress Planet - Fri, 04/20/2018 - 21:07

May 27, 2018 is the 15th anniversary of the first WordPress release — and we can’t wait to celebrate!

Party time!

Join WordPress fans all over the world in celebrating the 15th Anniversary of WordPress by throwing your own party! Here’s how you can join in the fun:

  1. Check the WordPress 15th Anniversary website to see if there’s a party already planned for your town. If there is, RSVP for the party and invite your friends!
  2. If there isn’t, then pick a place to go where a bunch of people can be merry — a park, a pub, a backyard; any family-friendly venue will do!
  3. List your party with your local WordPress meetup group (Don’t have a group? Start one!)  and then spread the word to other local meetups, tech groups, press, etc and get people to say they’ll come to your party.
  4. Request some special 15th anniversary WordPress swag (no later than April 27, please, so we have time to ship it to you).
  5. Have party attendees post photos, videos, and the like with the #WP15 hashtag, and check out the social media stream to see how the rest of the world is sharing and celebrating.

Don’t miss this chance to participate in a global celebration of WordPress!

Special Swag

In honor of the 15th anniversary, we’ve added some special 15th anniversary items in the swag store — you can use the offer code CELEBRATEWP15 to take 15% off this (and any other WordPress swag you buy), all the way through the end of 2018!

Keep checking the swag store, because we’ll be adding more swag over the next few weeks!

Share the fun

However you celebrate the WordPress 15th anniversary — with a party, with commemorative swag, by telling the world what WordPress means to you — remember to use the #WP15 hashtag to share it! And don’t forget to check the stream of WordPress 15th anniversary posts.

When 30% of the internet has a reason to celebrate, you know it’s going to be great!

Celebrate the WordPress 15th Anniversary on May 27

Wordpress News - Fri, 04/20/2018 - 21:07

May 27, 2018 is the 15th anniversary of the first WordPress release — and we can’t wait to celebrate!

Party time!

Join WordPress fans all over the world in celebrating the 15th Anniversary of WordPress by throwing your own party! Here’s how you can join in the fun:

  1. Check the WordPress 15th Anniversary website to see if there’s a party already planned for your town. If there is, RSVP for the party and invite your friends!
  2. If there isn’t, then pick a place to go where a bunch of people can be merry — a park, a pub, a backyard; any family-friendly venue will do!
  3. List your party with your local WordPress meetup group (Don’t have a group? Start one!)  and then spread the word to other local meetups, tech groups, press, etc and get people to say they’ll come to your party.
  4. Request some special 15th anniversary WordPress swag (no later than April 27, please, so we have time to ship it to you).
  5. Have party attendees post photos, videos, and the like with the #WP15 hashtag, and check out the social media stream to see how the rest of the world is sharing and celebrating.

Don’t miss this chance to participate in a global celebration of WordPress!

Special Swag

In honor of the 15th anniversary, we’ve added some special 15th anniversary items in the swag store — you can use the offer code CELEBRATEWP15 to take 15% off this (and any other WordPress swag you buy), all the way through the end of 2018!

Keep checking the swag store, because we’ll be adding more swag over the next few weeks!

Share the fun

However you celebrate the WordPress 15th anniversary — with a party, with commemorative swag, by telling the world what WordPress means to you — remember to use the #WP15 hashtag to share it! And don’t forget to check the stream of WordPress 15th anniversary posts.

When 30% of the internet has a reason to celebrate, you know it’s going to be great!

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