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WPTavern: WPWeekly Episode 292 – Recap of WooConf and CaboPress

WPTavern: WPWeekly Episode 292 – Recap of WooConf and CaboPress

In this episode, John James Jacoby and I are joined by Cody Landefeld, co-founder of Mode Effect. Landefeld described his experience attending WooConf as we reviewed highlights from the State of the Woo.

We also discussed WooCommerce retiring its Canvas theme in favor of Storefront. Jacoby shared his experience attending CaboPress and near the end of the show, we talk about WordPress 4.9 Beta 4.

Stories Discussed:

WooCommerce Stores on Track to Surpass $10B in Sales This Year
WooCommerce Retires Canvas Theme, Recommends Customers Migrate to Storefront Theme
WordPress 4.9 Beta 4 Removes ‘Try Gutenberg’ Call to Action

Picks of the Week:

HeroPress is now accepting donations. If you support the project, please consider donating.

Ninja Forms achieved a milestone. The plugin is activated on more than 1M sites.

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