Gutenberg Editor has just landed and brings the mandate for WYSIWYG editing to WordPress as it looks to replace the more basic Classic Editor. But if the recent WordPress readings are fair reflections [see coverage at CodeinWP, Themeum, GeoDirectory, and WPCrafters] Matt Mullenweg and his Gutenberg team are now taking on not just the Classic […]
10 months ago there were very few signs of 3rd party add-on blocks for the Gutenberg editor. But now there is a feast of add-ons just in Time for WordCamp Toronto 2018 plus the imminent arrival of WordPress 5 Final Release. And two of the Gutenberg Add-on blocks, Caxton and kadence, have solved the Multi-columns
WPTavern is the watering hole for the latest news on WordPress. As the Gutenberg Editor approaches Release Candidate in early November and the WordPress 5.0 Launch, there are some roaring debates going on at WPtavern. This is not quite Justice Kavanaugh stridency, but beyond the normal WP civility norms. As an example, the topic of WordPress Theme and Plugin
As Gutenberg approaches in the next few weeks to become the in-house/in-core WordPress Editor, pundits are speculating on how long before the Classic Brontosaur gets clobbered by the full weight of Gutenberg. This review is dedicated to the proposition that: A)The Classic Editor is far from being a vestigial organ and has many active add-ons
As WordPress 5.0 and the new Gutenberg editor release date approaches, the topend PageBuilders continue to release new feature at a blistering pace. Thrive Architect has moved firmly into the SiteBuilder camp with more advanced header, footer and sidebar customization capabilities. Themify Builder has a whole new version 4.0 with a host of new features.
It started with Beaver Builder creating its add-on Beaver Themer last year. What Beaver Themer does is allow developers and users to takeover creating the header and footer area of any page, post or custom post. Here is how Beaver Builder spotlights its theme building add-on: Beaver Themer works with Beaver Theme plus a small
Gutenberg Review As promised in our previous Gutenberg posting, this is the first of a continuing “look see” at how Gutenberg is progressing. The 2.1 Gutenberg is showing much more refinement throughout. For example, in the edit sidebar which shows the pervasive use of accordion toggles throughout the Gutenberg editor. Also the sidebar is more
This post represents the start of a series of posts about the new WordPress Visual Editor, Gutenberg. But first we need to review the state of the Gutenberg plugin to date. At the start of November 2017 the 1.6.1 release of Gutenberg, the new WP Visual Editor, appeared in the WordPress plugin library. This was