The WordPress Block Patterns Resource List

Introduced to WordPress writers, theme developers and implementers in WordPress 5.5 release, Block Patterns, tested in the Gutenberg plugins since its 7.7 version, came to all WordPress sites. They open the door to be creative with blocks and make creative layouts available for content creators and site editors without using more than the core blocks. […]

New Block-Based Widget Screen in Gutenberg 8.9 – First Tests

With the Gutenberg 8.9 release, WordPress developers removed the ‘experimental flag’ from the new block-based Widget Screen and it will take over the default way of managing widgets. Not to be a spoiler, but the widget screen is still experimental. If you use the Gutenberg plugin in a production environment, you might be accustomed to […]

Videos: WordCamp Santa Clarita: Block Editor and Gutenberg Talks #WCSCV April 2020

The second, virtual WordCamp took place on April 18, 2020. The videos are up on WordPress TV. In these talks, you learn How to create professional websites with blocks together with the Themes based on Genesis (Mary Baum) and GeneratePress (Alicia St Rose), how to use create-block scaffolding tool for custom block development, (Elizabeth Shilling) […]

Updated Gutenberg (and WordPress) Roadmap

Update May 13, 2020: Josepha Haden posted Update: Progress on Goals WordPress 5.5 Planning Roundup WP5.5 – August Release Feature Plugin: Automatic updates functionality for major WordPress Core releases (opt-in). Complete: Convert the widgets-editing areas complete. Complete: Functionality for full site editing complete behind experimental flag in the plugin. Complete: Global styles behind experimental flag in the plugin. […]