WordPress 5.0 - a major milestone, will have the new visual editor, code named Gutenberg, included as the default editor. The WordPress Core Team built fall backs into Gutenberg and also created the plugin called Classic Editor to help sites, that are not yet ready for Gutenberg for various reasons. In addition, plugins like Gutenberg … Continue reading Reading List: What the Fork (WTF)?
Take a look at the listed Gutenberg Layouts and Blocks and combine them with new Gutenberg-ready Themes. The Gutenberg 4.0 version has about 140 line items in the change log, some a major bug fixes, some are quirks finally fixed and some are changes necessary for the integration into WordPress core. We now have a … Continue reading Update #89 – Gutenberg Layouts and Blocks – the Tools for Bloggers and Site Owners and more.
Updated October 9th, 2018 - Added Mika Epstein's Selective DeGutenbergingUpdated August 31, 2018 - Added "Reading List: What the Fork (WTF)Updated August 27th, 2018, added the option of leaving WordPress ecosystem and community altogether, highlighting four alternative CMSs.Updated August 2nd, 2018 added a 12th method to the Gutenberg Call-out section.Updated August 1, 2018 added an … Continue reading 17 Methods to Avoid Gutenberg on Your Website
Update October 8, 2018 "With nested blocks, you can set a template. When added a page, all the inner blocks are already displayed. You can lock the parent block so blocks inside never change." Raquel M. Smith, who builds plugins for food blogs at WPTasty for a living, published a tutorial on creating nested blocks for … Continue reading Gutenberg blocks go nested!
Matt Mullenweg announced the leadership team responsible for the Gutenberg merge into Core and become the default editor. Gary Pendergast updated the release schedule. The team aims for Nov 19, 2018. Riad Benguella posted a technical overview for the Gutenberg integration. Gutenberg adoption has grown to over 510K active sites using it. Enhanced reusable blocks … Continue reading Update #88 Release schedule WordPress 5.0 + Gutenberg Reusable Blocks and so much more
WordPress 5.0 in November On October 3rd, 2018, Matt Mullenweg published "A Plan for 5.0" on the WordPress Make Blog with the leadership team that will push Gutenberg over the finish line of becoming the default editor for WordPress. Gary Pendergast, WordPress Core Developer, followed suit with his post; Proposed WordPress 5.0 Scope and Schedule … Continue reading Mullenweg announced Gutenberg Roadmap
With weekly or bi-weekly releases, plus changing APIs, how can anyone try keeping up with Gutenberg development? To explore this issue David Needham and I hosted a live Webinar as part of Pantheon’s Gutenberg Webinar Series. We were already in Belgrade, Serbia, for WordCamp Europe. In the webinar, we discussed how best to keep up … Continue reading Show Notes: Keeping up with Gutenberg (Video)
This is a collection of WordPress.TV videos about Gutenberg. They are recordings of talks, presentations or workshops at WordCamps around the world. Here we publish those in englisch language. You'll find similar talks in other languages to on WordPress.TV. Not every video is for all users, so we divided them up into various sections. Click … Continue reading 20 Gutenberg Talks On WordPress TV
Find below an FAQ block, courtesy of Yoast SEO, with a highly speculative idea on when we might see a WordPress 5.0 release. Gutenberg 3.8 was released, and 3.9 RC is available for testing. The WordPress.com roll-out started. Gutenberg was not only topic at WordCamps in New York and Valencia, but also at Drupal Europe … Continue reading Update #87 FAQ on WordPress 5.0 release, Gutenberg around the World. And Blocks, so many Blocks
Update September 17, 2018 More Gutemberg Live Shows with Zac and Joe and our own Secret Gutenberg Tips for content creators and bloggers. If you know other webinars and Google Live shows, send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we add them to the calendar! Save the Dates for Series: Secret Gutenberg Tips Subscribe to … Continue reading Gutenberg Live Q & A, Interviews & Webinars Schedule