Today it’s my special honor to introduce a new WordPress-blog of a friend of mine: wpahead.com. It’s main focus is WP front-end building and I know there is a ton of expertise behind these well written tips, articles and tutorials.

I’ve got a lot of great ideas from the tutorial about building Gutenberg-blocks with the new Advanced Custom Fields beta-version, will use that setup in many of my future projects.

Good luck to our new star in the WordPress blogging community!

Some days ago I proudly had my first WordCamp talk about ElasticSearch and how to integrate it in WordPress. It’s in Swedish (with a slightly embarrassing German accent) and I think it’s worth listening to. Here is the video:

For you, who don’t understand Swedish, there are some code-slides about ElasticPress features and integration of WP-Query. Check out all slides here.

Thanks to my very supportive “hejarklack” from Wilson Creative: @pixelcrook, @sofievingstedt, @wilsonrobin and Martin Carstedt. Many thanks even to Andreas Ek (@elseifab) for a much appreciated peptalk (Andreas had a really interesting talk about MVC in WordPress as well!).

Last but not least thanks to everyone who made this awesome WordCamp happen!