WordPress News Roundup: WooCommerce 7.7 Release Candidate, WordCamp US 2023 Tickets Sell Out, Google Introduces Passkeys, and WordPress 6.2.1 Release incoming
Welcome to WP Briefs for May 4th, 2023. Happy Star Wars day!
In today’s news, the WooCommerce 7.7 Release Candidate 1 is now available for testing before its May 9 release.
Meanwhile, the first round of tickets for WordCamp US 2023 sold out quickly after going on sale yesterday.
In other news, Google is rolling out support for passkeys across all services and platforms, allowing users to sign in without entering a password or using 2-Step Verification.
The Frost theme has been added to the WordPress Theme Directory, giving agencies access to a sleek and sophisticated design option.
Additionally, Advanced Custom Fields plugin wants to hear from you about how you use their product and how they can improve it.
Finally, WordPress Vulnerability Report brings attention to vulnerabilities in WordPress plugins and themes each week as the community prepares for the release of WordPress 6.2.1 tentatively aimed for May 16th.
Thank you for tuning in to WP Briefs for May 4th, 2023. For more information on these stories, visit wpbriefs.com.
- WooCommerce 7.7 Release Candidate 1
- First Round of WordCamp US 2023 Tickets Sold Out
- Google adds passkeys support for passwordless sign-in on all accounts
- Frost theme now available in WordPress Theme Directory
- ACF Annual Survey 2023
- WordPress Vulnerability Report – May 3, 2023
- WordPress 6.2.1 Planning