Shortcodes are still a useful building block in WordPress. Unfortunately, the default shortcode block can disrupt the full site editing experience. Using the Wicked Block Builder plugin, I built a visual shortcode experience that allows editors to control the look of the shortcode in the editor without impacting how the shortcode is rendered on the front end.
I’ll have a guide posted on how you can build your own block and leverage visual shortcodes. Members will be able to download the plugin version of the block.
I added a comprehensive A-Z directory of all the makers behind entries in our database. This new directory will make finding and connecting with the makers behind our favorite products easier.
I am currently working on developing a digital experience platform for publishers. Please have a look at what I have accomplished up to this point.
I added a must-use collection that features all our favorite recommendations.
A core focus of Web Multipliers is to assemble robust recommendations for all aspects of your digital operation. I’ll add these recommendations as entries in our database and group them by collection. You’ll find entries grouped by collection in blocks throughout the site.
I finally got access to the Coda AI features after being on the waitlist for a few months. I can’t wait to see what this powerful tool can do for the community.
I have implemented a new post format specifically for guides and have also introduced a glossary taxonomy called “terms.” My ultimate goal is to provide creators with top-notch guides that will help them fully optimize their stacks.
Kinsta announced the beta release of their API, so I jumped on the chance to build the Coda Pack for Kinsta’s WordPress Hosting.
I have just released a Coda Pack that utilizes Miro’s discovery APIs to facilitate the creation of exports of Miro Boards. This tool is particularly valuable for eDiscovery teams and makers seeking to monetize their boards.
Using Metabox.io, I’ve created a new post type called entries and a stacks taxonomy.
Entries are recommended products and tools that we’ll group together in stacks.