Update August 2, 2018 - 9:30 am ET The release of WordPress 4.9.8 seems to move forward as planned starting the process at 20:00 UTC / 4 pm ET. The update script check about every hour. If you need to avoid the Gutenberg Nag, or Gutenberg for that matter we listed 12 methods in a … Continue reading Update: “Try Gutenberg” Call-out available in WordPress 4.9.8
On Tuesday, if all goes well, the "try Gutenberg" prompt will appear in a WordPress dashboard near you. Below, you'll find a series of articles on how best to make a decision about testing Gutenberg, how to copy your site to a staging area and which plugin to install to best manage the Gutenberg experience … Continue reading Update #82 – WordPress Community Getting Ready for Gutenberg. More Opinions, Plugins and Blocks
The next version of WordPress (4.9.8) will show on your Dashboard a prompt alerting you to the “new, modern publishing experience coming soon”. The new version will be released July 31, 2018. Over last two months, I have been following the development of the Try Gutenberg Call-out for the WordPress dashboard. Now that it will … Continue reading Should You Try the New Editor on Your WordPress Site?
Demo: What is Gutenberg?What is Gutenberg? An overview of the features and benefits of Gutenberg, the new block-based editor for WordPress 5.0. Architecture and Vision Matt Mullenweg: A Summertime Update – Keynote and Q&AA 50 minute session with Matt Mullenweg, co-founder of WordPress: it includes a 30 minute keynote, followed by and 20 minutes of … Continue reading 20 Gutenberg Talks On WordPress.TV
The final wording on the Call-out inviting WordPress WP-Admin users to try Gutenberg is "A new, modern WordPress publishing experience is coming soon". If all goes well, the prompt will be released on July 31, 2018, with it's offering of installing Gutenberg of the Classic Editor. In the meantime, the Gutenberg team released their next … Continue reading Update #81 – New Blocks, Updated plugins for “New WordPress publishing experience” and more
Gutenberg is coming soon to a WordPress Dashboard near you. Are you and your sites ready? This seems to be the main emphasis for this round up post, information on how site-owners, developers, designers and consultant get ready for Gutenberg, most of it geared towards the WordPress 5.0 release when Gutenberg becomes the default editor. … Continue reading Update #80 Gutenberg Is Getting Ready for Hundreds of Thousands of Users
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 June 19, 2018. The early iteration of nested blocks turn out to have a few issues. And some of them will be resolved when Andrew Duthie finishes his work on the pull request: "Blocks: Render columns as nested column (wrapper)" February 16, 2016 WordPress content creators have been waiting for it since Gutenberg was … Continue reading Gutenberg blocks go nested!
The biggest story is Matt Mullenweg's announced roadmap for the Gutenberg roll-out to thousands more users with wp.com as well as the "Try Gutenberg prompt" and integration into core to get ready for the WordPress 5.0 release. Tammie Lister created a feedback from for all the users. We also list more plugins providing custom blocks … Continue reading Update #76 Roadmap announced, User Feedback and Blocks Galore
At WordCamp Europe, co-founder of WordPress and CEO of Automattic, Matt Mullenweg, laid out the Gutenberg roadmap for the next three months. For the rest of June, the development team will work on the few issues and features that are identified to land in the first core version. In July more users will be able … Continue reading Mullenweg announced Gutenberg Roadmap