Twenty-Twenty Theme has been released with WordPress 5.6 Beta 1. And I started this site, so it’s a good occasion as any to help with testing this beautiful new default theme for WordPress.
There are many things I like and I will write about them. For now, my brain seems to pickup a few inconsistencies.
Here is the running list of my GitHub issues for the theme
That was fixed already in trunk. Tested it briefly and confirmed. Should be in Beta 2 on Oct. 27, 2020.
The TT1 team realized that the problems are on the Gutenberg site of things. After a brief discussion with Mark Uraine, I created a more generic issue: “Some block features are rendered with invisible ink with dark backgrounds.”(#26479)
Mark created a PR last night and fixed the columns block, the table block and the caption of the Gallery block. Mark also asked me officially for a review.
Carolina’s PR fixed this, not the preview, though.
After a couple of hours, I closed the issue again, as the is the WordPress SEO plugin that helps, you remove Category/Archive from titles of Archive pages.
Nevertheless, Ari created a PR for the Archive descriptions, which is awesome. He argues, that if people enter information on the admin site, a description for their categories, they expect it to show on the frontend, too.
It seems the discussion actually went a bit further on Ari’s new issue Change archive titles. I like where this is going!