The PublishPress Blog

PublishPress Makes it Easy to Find Reusable Blocks / Synced Patterns

The latest version of PublishPress Blocks has a submenu for “Synced Patterns”. This feature was previously called “Reusable Blocks”. This submenu allows you to reach the “Synced Patterns” / “Reusable blocks” page screen that is normally difficult to find in WordPress. These patterns are an incredibly useful feature in the Gutenberg block editor. They allow…

Improved Composer Support for PublishPress Plugins

Today we are pleased to announce much improved Composer support for PublishPress plugins. Composer is a tool that developers can use to manage plugins or entire WordPress sites. Previously, it was possible to install the free version of our plugins with Composer. But it was more difficult to install the Pro versions of the plugins….

How to Show PublishPress Author Fields in a Vertical Layout

One of our PublishPress Authors users wanted to show their Author Fields in a vertical layout, but they were having difficulty in achieving that kind of layout. In this article, we will show you how to display the Author Fields in a stacked / vertical layout. This image below shows the layout we are aiming…

How to Hide “Edit with Elementor” from the WordPress Admin Toolbar

In a previous tutorial, we showed how to hide the “Edit with Elementor” button for specific users. However, one customer pointed out that the tutorial only works for users in the backend of WordPress. They also wanted to hide “Edit with Elementor” link on the WordPress frontend. This is possible with the Frontend Features option…