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Thanks to Sarah Gooding, msgWP is featured on WordPress Tavern. 🥳

Here’s the article: https://wptavern.com/msgwp-to-launch-plugin-enabling-wordpress-microblogging-with-telegram.

Posted on: July 3, 2019

You don’t know me from social media, and that’s because I have exactly one post on Facebook. I had six tweets on Twitter, but I deleted those. Am I going to get in trouble with my U.S. visa application? Most likely. 👋, my name is Róbert – or just Rob. My close friends are following me on a private…

The block editor, also known as Gutenberg, already reformed the way we think about WordPress, and it will continue to do so. We are using it ourselves for msgWP.com, and it’s incredible. Nonetheless, let’s not forget WordPress is more than the editor.  In the last years, the community as a whole focused its effort on…

Matthias Ott recently published an essay about the importance of personal websites. Seeing others sharing our opinions is uplifting. There is one alternative to social media sites and publishing platforms that has been around since the early, innocent days of the web. It is an alternative that provides immense freedom and control: The personal website.…

Davis is a teeny-tiny theme from Anders Norén. It’s mainly intended for blogging because it has an elegant, clean look and it doesn’t overpower the content. This theme meets all the requirements of the WordPress theme directory and has full support for Gutenberg – and it achieves this only with three PHP files. If you…