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.
The next main section is the where content creators comment on their experience and in anticipation of Gutenberg. You also find additional posts on Themes for Gutenberg as well as more Blocks plugins that became available in the last couple of days.
Don’t miss the first post, a call for comment for the redesign of the Gutenberg Landing page
Table of Contents
- Gutenberg Development and the Future of WordPress
- Getting Your Site Ready for Gutenberg
- Gutenberg for Content Creators
- Let them have Blocks! #280Blocks
- Theme Development for Gutenberg Blocks
Gutenberg Development and the Future of WordPress
Getting Your Site Ready for Gutenberg
Gutenberg for Content Creators
Don’t have time to put a “What’s Gutenberg” blog together or even record a video? Use Morten Rand-Hendrikson’s video: “WordPress Next: Gutenberg and the new WordPress Block Editor” and share it with your clients, editors, admins and everyone else who needs to know about it. Reference it in your newsletter and the footer of you emails. It’s that good.