Tag Archives: Default

Methods to Easily Disable the Default WordPress Sitemap

Do you must disable the default WordPress sitemap in your website? The default sitemap feature was introduced in WordPress 5.5, and it enables WordPress to publish XML sitemaps in your website routinely. The challenge is that this feature is lacking advanced WordPress search engine optimization features that you should rank higher. In this text, we […]

WebP by Default on Hold for six.1 After Latest Objections From WordPress Lead Developers – WP Tavern

Last week Performance team contributors were working on refining their follow-up patches for the multi-mime/WebP feature, after the principal work for it was merged into core for six.1 at the tip of July. This includes smaller related items just like the shim for non-supporting browsers and adding PDF support, that are being handled in separate […]

Default WordPress Generated CSS Cheat Sheet for Beginners

Are you in search of a default WordPress generated CSS cheat sheet? WordPress mechanically adds some CSS classes to different elements in most themes. These default CSS classes could be used to style those elements in your WordPress theme. In this text, we’ll show you the default WordPress generated CSS cheat sheet. We’ll also speak […]

WebP by Default Merged Into Core for WordPress 6.1 – WP Tavern

WebP, a picture format developed by Google, which is meant to exchange JPEG, PNG, and GIF file formats, will soon be generated by default for brand new JPEG image uploads in WordPress and used for website content. The fundamental work for this feature was committed to core for inclusion within the upcoming WordPress 6.1 release. […]

WordPress Plan Contributors Propose Shipping a Curated Set of Style Variations Instead of a New Default Theme – WP Tavern

WordPress design contributors are cooking up a new idea for this year’s default theme release that would put the spotlight on style variations instead of the theme itself. The idea is rooted in comments that Twenty Twenty-Two designer Kjell Reigstad made last year when introducing the theme: Themes are in a transition period today, and […]

WordPress Performance Team Revises Proposal for WebP by Default – WP Tavern

One year ago, WordPress 5.8 introduced support for WebP, allowing users to upload and use WebP images in their content. In March 2022, the Performance Team moved to expand core support for the image format by proposing WordPress enable WebP by default. This would include generating WebP images for new JPEG uploads and using WebP images […]