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Editor Styles allow you to provide the CSS used by WordPress’ Visual Editor so that it can match the frontend styling. This allows content creators a better picture of what their content will look like while they are creating it.

In my theme, I have a “css” directory that holds additional CSS files. I create an editor-style.css file, then add this to my theme’s functions.php file:

Editor Styles allow you to provide the CSS used by WordPress’ Visual Editor so that it can match the frontend styling. This allows content creators a better picture of what their content will look like while they are creating it.

In my theme, I have a “css” directory that holds additional CSS files. I create an editor-style.css file, then add this to my theme’s functions.php file:

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Editor Styles allow you to provide the CSS used by WordPress’ Visual Editor so that it can match the frontend styling. This allows content creators a better picture of what their content will look like while they are creating it.

In my theme, I have a “css” directory that holds additional CSS files. I create an editor-style.css file, then add this to my theme’s functions.php file:

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Because of this timeline, jQuery compatibility is actually significantly more urgent than PHP 8.0 compatibility. Plugin and theme developers should use the next few months before the release of WordPress 5.7 to completely transition their code to be compatible with the latest version of jQuery without the assistance of jQuery Migrate.
Although security fixes have been backported into the versions of jQuery used by previous versions of WordPress, many tools, such as Google’s Lighthouse, have reported that WordPress sites were vulnerable due to running an older version of jQuery. One bit of good news is that these site auditing tools should no longer show WordPress 5.6 sites as being vulnerable.

Because of this timeline, jQuery compatibility is actually  significantly more urgent than PHP 8.0 compatibility. Plugin and theme  developers should use the next few months before the release of  WordPress 5.7 to completely transition their code to be compatible with  the latest version of jQuery without the assistance of jQuery Migrate.
 Although security fixes have been backported into the versions of  jQuery used by previous versions of WordPress, many tools, such as  Google’s Lighthouse, have reported that WordPress sites were vulnerable  due to running an older version of jQuery. One bit of good news is that  these site auditing tools should no longer show WordPress 5.6 sites as  being vulnerable.

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