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wordpress-to-jekyll-exporter - One-click WordPress plugin that converts all posts, pages, taxonomies, metadata, and settings to Markdown and YAML which can be dropped into Jekyll

  •    PHP

One-click WordPress plugin that converts all posts, pages, taxonomies, metadata, and settings to Markdown and YAML which can be dropped into Jekyll. View plugin in the WordPress plugin directory.

wordmove - Multi-stage command line deploy/mirroring and task runner for Wordpress

  •    Ruby

Wordmove is a gem that lets you automatically mirror local Wordpress installations and DB data back and forth from your local development machine to the remote server. Wordmove has also a neat hook system which enables you to run arbitrary commands before and after push/pull actions. Local and remote commands are both supported, but remote ones will be run only if using SSH protocol. Read the dedicated wiki page for more info.

jetpack - Increase your traffic, view your stats, speed up your site, and protect yourself from hackers with Jetpack

  •    PHP

[Jetpack](http://jetpack.com/) is a WordPress plugin that supercharges your self-hosted WordPress site with the awesome cloud power of [WordPress.com](https://wordpress.com).

amp-wp - WordPress plugin for adding AMP support

  •    PHP

Enable Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) on your WordPress site.This plugin adds support for the Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project, which is an open source initiative that aims to provide mobile optimized content that can load instantly everywhere.




wp-calypso - The new JavaScript- and API-powered WordPress.com

  •    Javascript

Calypso is the new WordPress.com front-end – a beautiful redesign of the WordPress dashboard using a single-page web application, powered by the WordPress.com REST API. Calypso is built for reading, writing, and managing all of your WordPress sites in one place.It’s built with JavaScript – a very light node plus express server, React.js, Redux, wpcom.js, and many other wonderful libraries on the front-end.

YeoPress - A Yeoman generator for WordPress

  •    Javascript

For a full example, open up the local .yeopress file that is created by the generator. This file is located in the directory you ran yo wordpress in.

theme - Tonik is a WordPress Starter Theme which aims to modernize, organize and enhance some aspects of WordPress theme development

  •    PHP

The develop branch tracks starter development and it's not a stable code. If you want a stable version, use the master branch or one of the latest releases. Great that you are considering supporting the project. You have a lot of ways to help us grow. We appreciate all contributions, even the smallest.

wordpress-seo - Yoast SEO for WordPress

  •    PHP

While the documentation for the Yoast SEO plugin can be found on Yoast.com, here you can browse the source of the project, find and discuss open issues and even contribute yourself. Here's a guide on how to install Yoast SEO in your WordPress site.


stackedit - In-browser Markdown editor

  •    Javascript

Full-featured, open-source Markdown editor based on PageDown, the Markdown library used by Stack Overflow and the other Stack Exchange sites. NOTE: This page has been written and published with StackEdit.

gutenberg - Printing since 1440

  •    Javascript

Printing since 1440. This is the development hub for the editor focus in core. Gutenberg is the project name. If you want to use the latest release with your WordPress, download Gutenberg from the WordPress.org plugins repository. Conversations and discussions take place in #core-editor on the core WordPress Slack.

S3-Uploads - The WordPress Plugin to Store Uploads on Amazon S3

  •    PHP

S3 is a WordPress plugin to store uploads on S3. S3-Uploads aims to be a lightweight "drop-in" for storing uploads on Amazon S3 instead of the local filesystem. It's focused on providing a highly robust S3 interface with no "bells and whistles", WP-Admin UI or much otherwise. It comes with some helpful WP-CLI commands for generating IAM users, listing files on S3 and Migrating your existing library to S3.

WordPress-Android - WordPress for Android

  •    Java

If you're just looking to install WordPress for Android, you can find it on Google Play. If you're a developer wanting to contribute, read on. In order to use WordPress.com functions you will need a client ID and a client secret key. These details will be used to authenticate your application and verify that the API calls being made are valid. You can create an application or view details for your existing applications with our WordPress.com applications manager.

WordPress-iOS - WordPress for iOS - Official repository

  •    Swift

At the moment WordPress for iOS requires Swift 3.0 and Xcode 9.0 or newer. Previous versions of Xcode can be downloaded from Apple. We use SwiftLint to enforce a common style for Swift code. The app should build and work without it, but if you plan to write code, you are encouraged to install it. No commit should have lint warnings or errors.

kirki - Extending the customizer

  •    PHP

Using Kirki theme developers can create rich experiences for the WordPress Customizer using best coding practices. Included are more than 30 custom control types ranging from simple sliders to complex typography controls with Google-Fonts integration, automatic CSS generation, postMessage scripts automatically generated, tooltips and a lot of extras that make developing themes a lot faster for developers and meaningful for users.

vv - :globe_with_meridians: Variable VVV - a VVV Site Creation Wizard

  •    Shell

vv makes it extremely easy to create a new WordPress site using Varying Vagrant Vagrants. vv supports site creation with many different options; site blueprints to set up all your plugins, themes, and more; deployments; and lots more features. Tired of the time it takes to do a vagrant provision or create new sites? Check out flip, a simple utility to solve that issue.

query-monitor - A WordPress plugin for monitoring database queries, hooks, conditionals, HTTP requests, query vars, environment, redirects, and more

  •    PHP

Query Monitor is the Developer Tools panel for WordPress. It includes some advanced features not available in other debugging plugins, including Ajax and REST API debugging, and the ability to narrow down its output by plugin or theme. Query Monitor focuses heavily on presenting its information in a useful manner. It adds an admin toolbar menu showing an overview of the current page, with complete data shown in a panel once you select a menu item.

gantry5 - :rocket: Next Generation Template / Theme Framework

  •    PHP

Ready to get started with Gantry 5? That's great! We are here to help. On this page, you will get some quick tips to help you hit the ground running with Gantry 5. You can find more detailed documentation for each of these tips by clicking the Learn More button at the bottom of each section.

WordExpress - WordPress using Node, React, GraphQL, and Apollo

  •    Javascript

UPDATE This project has been moved into several separate repositories. Second, you'll need to take a look at a starter kit. I have created a kit for Vue and for React. Fair warning, I've spent much more time developing the Vue starter kit than the React one. The starter kits provide you with everything you'll need to get up and running on the front end.

Unyson - A WordPress framework that facilitates the development of WP themes

  •    PHP

Unyson is a framework for WordPress that facilitates the development of a theme. This framework was created from the ground up by the team behind ThemeFuse from the desire to empower developers to build outstanding WordPress themes fast and easy.

data.gov - Data.gov source code and issue tracker

  •    Javascript

Contribution or Collaboration on any code repository is encouraged; while we prefer technical questions be reserved to Github (preferably to the repositories above). We are equally as happy to take any feedback through Github as Github Issues or Pull Requests on any repository. We are always looking for feedback, feature requests, or technical inquiries on this repository or by email at datagov**@**gsa.gov. If you are a human that considers themselves or aspires to be a developer, security engineer, designer, editor/writer, or general innovator; we encourage you to take initiative and participate. Data.gov is an open data website created by the U.S. General Services Administration that is based on two robust open source projects: CKAN and WordPress. The data catalog at catalog.data.gov is powered by CKAN, while the content seen at Data.gov is powered by WordPress.