The school year is almost over. We’re digging out our swimsuits and planning vacations. May is one of the best months of the year — and this year, there’s a lot more to celebrate with World Tuna Day (May 2) or Root Canal Appreciation Day (May 10).
Additionally, there’s a certain CMS you all know and love that’s turning 20.
With that being said, let’s take a look at the best WordPress tweets of May 2023.
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Taking it easy
We love to hear how quick and easy our favorite CMS is. Jack shows us that it’s possible to go from nothing to something faster than an episode of Ted Lasso.
We love all the practical applications of AI, and we’re not shocked that ChatGPT is doing the heavy lifting already. This tweet from Matt references ZDNet’s David Gewirtz and, frankly, im-”Pressed” us.
Here’s the link Matt posted.
You don’t have to tell us, William! Over the last 20 years, WordPress has become a beast — a friendly one, of course.
Putting in the work
Whether you’re starting out or a seasoned pro, having a good plugin stack is crucial. Alek outlined some of the best — and started a great discussion about it.
We know WordPress is the big boss of the internet, but there are always more ways to level up. Check out Bill’s great tips that’ll lead you to WordPress victories.
We’re big fans of Cloudflare, and Remkus hit the nail on the head. Cloudflare is where it’s at for WordPress sites.
Oops, look what you made me do
Reports recently revealed over 300,000 passwords, many of which referenced Taylor Swift, had been hacked in 2022 before the Midnights album release. Earlier this month, fans found the link to the admin page of Taylor Swift’s website and attempted to guess the password.
Celebrate good times. Come on!
School’s out for summer
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