Inside WordPress – WordPress GPTs + a mix of Jamie, Brian & Raquel

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Surely you’ve seen OpenAI’s new feature that was introduced last week by now? The ability to create standalone GPTs on any subject you feed it–quite literally–was bound to ignite lots of WordPress related GPTs. So, this edition of Inside WordPress brings you exactly that and more!

Let’s jump right in, shall we?

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Here’s what I saw happening this past week:

He also created a ​friendly and adaptable email writing expert​. Less WordPress, but I guess still useful for some of you?

  • One of my favorite Matt’s in WordPress shared his ​WordPress Professional GPT​. Learn from over 350 interviews of WordPress Professionals from the Matt Report & WP Minute+ Podcasts.

  • Hendrik Luehrsen created a custom GPT called ​Ze WP Repo Assistant​. Yes, it’s apparently a GPT with a thick German accent. But it knows a lot about the WordPress repo, so give it a try, m’kay?! 😄

  • WordPress 6.4 disables attachment pages by default now, but it still doesn’t account for slug conflicts. Here’s a ​solution for that​.

  • We’re slowly seeing two versions of WordPress in our Dashboards. An old one, and a new one. So, how to handle this transitional period with any custom settings screens you’re building now? Well, Brian Coords ​has some thoughts on the matter​.

🚀 Performance

My favorite performance optimizing tools in WordPress:

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  • Small but good reminder that WordPress has been automatically scaling your large images back to 2560px. And ​how to disable that​ if that’s hurting you.

Some of my favorite WordPress tools:

💡 Interesting Finds

You’ll want to add that to your all your paragraphs, I’m sure!

🎁 Bonus

🎙️We have another episode of my ​Within WordPress podcast​ and it’s with Raquel, a dear friend of mine who works as Community Manager for Divi (Elegant Themes). It’s a very open conversation about what it means to be active in the WordPress Community in a strictly non-coding way. ​Have a listen​!

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