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The Trouble with WordPress Frameworks (wpshout.com) This isn’t an “always/never”-type article: frameworks have their strengths, and their place in the WordPress ecosystem. Our goal is to give you a chance to consider the strengths and liabilities of WordPress theme frameworks and other frameworks, and how you want to approach them in your own WordPress work.
Introducing the WordPress e2e Tests (make.wordpress.org) The purpose of e2e (end to end) testing is to simulate the real user scenario and validate the different flows. In concrete, running an e2e test involves setting up a production-like environment, opening a browser and interacting with the application as it was a real user manipulating the interface. This is one of the best testing methodologies to avoid regressions.
How to Translate WordPress Menu into Multiple Languages (translatepress.com) When building a multilingual WordPress menu, there are several aspects you need to pay attention to. Some of your pages or products may be related or available only to some countries, so you may have to hide those menu items for certain languages. TranslatePress helps you translate any WordPress menu, in a couple of clicks using a visual translation editor.
Craft Your Website Content for Optimal Performance (pixelgrade.com) Dive into a story about self‐discovery, about finding deeper meaning and the pursuit of happiness – a prince might also be involved. Actually, read on if you simply value your website content. Join us if you want to remove performance blockages and let your content shine.