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  1. Bill Forsyth

    Did WP Tavern just crash the Guggenheim? I’m just getting a blank screen. Every URL I hit is a blank page.

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    • Unai Yécora

      Heppened to me too. I fixed it allowing Twitter connections on the Disconnect Chrome addon. Weird.

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      • Bill Forsyth

        Oh wow. Yeah, I saw the twitter errors in the chrome console, but figured it was dumb luck and the twitter API just happened to change today. Nope, I’m running ghostery and apparently one of the 25 trackers that ghostery is blocking causes the entire site to fail for me. wow. Not a graceful fail at all.

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  2. Eugene Kopich

    Interesting, what about sites using reactjs to build frontend?

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  3. Peter Cralen

    The new website is a beautiful example of the WP REST API in the wild.

    Not sure if “beautiful’ is the right word. Browsing that site is not so good experience for me.
    Using some “cool” technology is nice if it’s helpful. Their videos still require Flash player. Not sure if Flash player is something related to 2016.

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    • Danny Brown

      Yikes. I agree with Peter, that’s a jerky, stilted experience. The floating side nav is annoying (was it a deliberate decision to float over content too?), and when you select a category, it can jump a few times before settling on the section.

      Not very optimal, and it would put me off REST if this is an example of a good use of it.

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    • David

      yup. not pretty for me (too).

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  4. Luke Cavanagh

    Cool looking site!

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  5. Marcus Tibesar

    Now that’s a ‘content management system’ full of archives and such. Navigation is a bit disjointed though however, it’s got such impressive content.

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  6. Rick Gregory

    I had to unblock Soundcloud to get the site to load. Blocked, it’s a blank page. Not precisely an advertisement for building your site with a JS framework on the API.

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  7. Nathan

    They’re using WordPress version 4.3.1 which is affected by at least 3 vulnerabilities.

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