We answer your questions about using a headless WordPress set up, changing WordPress themes and what happens to custom post types, those share buttons on websites, and talk about the 3 recent fav articles that came across our RSS readers.
- Eleventy button
- Create a network with WordPress
- Frank Chimero 2020 Reads
- Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken
- What I Love and Hate about Tailwind CSS
- WP Tavern
- Dave’s share button
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