WordPress 5.0 is imminent, but users should be cautious of updating, especially right before Giving Tuesday. Big changes could cause conflicts.
We’re open sourcing our GiveWP Support Team Manual so everyone can benefit from the same principles we use to provide support to our WordPress customers.
At WordCamp Europe 2018, Matt Mullenweg announced the Gutenberg Roadmap. Here's how you can prepare for WordPress 5.0, expected in August 2018.
Nonprofits who choose to sell products online can add value for their customers with WooCommerce donation upsells. Here's how you can do it.
Raising funds for your political campaign requires finesse and a good solid donation platform. Make it easy and follow campaign finance laws with Give.
We’ve been working hard on several really important releases slated for this Spring 2018.
Your success is our success. Introducing the new GiveWP Customer Success Team. They are here to provide you with the resources, tools, and insights you need to get up and running with Give as easily and effectively as possible.
This past month, we announced our new blog series, #PlayingwithBlocks, dedicated to our adoption and learnings around Gutenberg, the new block-based editor for WordPress. In addition to writing about our experiences with Gutenberg, we’re participating in a wide range of…
This coming Monday, Matt Mullenweg joins the Advanced WordPress group to discuss why he felt the need for Gutenberg to come to WordPress, and his vision for the future of WordPress as a whole. You can ask him anything!
#PlayingwithBlocks is a blog series documenting Give’s journey to plan for, learn about, and ultimately integrate an established WordPress plugin with Gutenberg’s block system.
Guest contributor, Graeme Caldwell of Nexcess, weighs in on why WordPress is the perfect choice for nonprofits looking to create cost-effective websites with impact.