Update: “Try Gutenberg” Call-out now planned in WordPress 4.9.8

Mock-up of Gutenberg Call Out of 2018-06-06 by Mel Choyce

Update July 18, 2018 - Call out issue resolved for Core, "Call out" milestone focus for Gutenberg 3.3 Core Committer, Gary Pendergast changed the status of the long ongoing trac ticket "Introduce "Try Gutenberg" callout" opened by Mel Choyce almost exactly a year ago to 'resolved'. A few people worked on it in various capacities: … Continue reading Update: “Try Gutenberg” Call-out now planned in WordPress 4.9.8

Update #79 – Gutenberg API Freeze, Developing Blocks , Site Readiness Tools and much more

Photo: Colmar, France by Birgit Pauli Haack 2018

With last Friday's release Gutenberg is considered "Feature Complete" and the contributors switched focus to bug fixes, enhancements, backwards compatibility and API stability. Also, the core team is getting ready to finalize design on the "Try Gutenberg" prompt.  We see a lot more sophisticated Gutenberg blocks surfacing and site owners and agencies are sharing their … Continue reading Update #79 – Gutenberg API Freeze, Developing Blocks , Site Readiness Tools and much more

Update #78 Tools to Get Ready – #280Blocks – Beyond Gutenberg

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What did this week bring to Gutenberg and the WordPress community? Rich Tabor's Block Unit Test helps you getting your themes ready for Gutenberg. Morten Rand-Hendrickson published a proposal to improved handling responsive images in themes in a Gutenberg world. Read Adrian Roselli's post to his clients prepareing them for Gutenberg and setting expectations regarding … Continue reading Update #78 Tools to Get Ready – #280Blocks – Beyond Gutenberg

Update #77 – New User Tool Tips, Testing Themes, More Blocks, a Roadmap and Developers Chiming In

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Was last week geared mostly towards developers, this week, the round-up has more resources for users, site owners and consultants dealing with transition and how to make Gutenberg work for their sites. Of course, a few more developer resources are a listed as well. Grab your cup o'Joe or Green Tea, Kombucha, Beer or Wine … Continue reading Update #77 – New User Tool Tips, Testing Themes, More Blocks, a Roadmap and Developers Chiming In

Update #74 Gutenberg 3.0 and more

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June 4, 2018, the team released another milestone version of Gutenberg. The version 3.0 has "a mile long change log" as Jeff Chandler calls it. The 3.0.1 version was already on its way on June 5, 2018This Round-up post has again an awesome array of links for developers, users and site owners on how to … Continue reading Update #74 Gutenberg 3.0 and more

To Try or Not to Try? Themes & Plugins: Known conflicts with Gutenberg

Canva StockPhoto: Building Blocks

In January, I wrote on the WP4Good blog: Although, many Themes and Plugin developers started working on Blocks for Gutenberg, teams of larger projects won’t be able to start compatibility testing until the first beta version [of WordPress 5.0] is released. Fast iteration and patches will follow for issues discovered. There might be a few … Continue reading To Try or Not to Try? Themes & Plugins: Known conflicts with Gutenberg

What is Gutenberg? An Overview for Users and Content Creators

Video Still Screenshot Gutenberg Editing Screen by WordPressTV

Let the video show you, what's possible with the new visual editor for WordPress. Kevin Hoffman of WordImpress created the video for the Gutenberg table at WordCamp Miami. If you are Meetup Organizer and plan a demonstration of Gutenberg, it would be a great start into your evening. (The video depicts Gutenberg 2.5) https://videopress.com/v/qOYbyvD6?at=39&loop=1 Most … Continue reading What is Gutenberg? An Overview for Users and Content Creators