Update #89 – Gutenberg Layouts and Blocks – the Tools for Bloggers and Site Owners and more.

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 Patreon page where you can become a patron of Gutenberg Times and support the work of your curator, Birgit Pauli-Haack. Josh Pollock, Raquel M Smith in conversations on YouTube, insights for food bloggers, attorneys, developers and site owners and many more voices from the WordPress community around the new editor – Your Update #89.

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Thank You to Pantheon

After six month start-up partnership with Pantheon, we are now looking for new corporate sponsors. We are very grateful to Pantheon for helping us during the start up phase and get some traction in the community. Beyond the generous financial support, the people at Pantheon have be incredibly supporting and encouraging: Big “Thank you” to Drew Gorton, Atoosa Hashemi, David Needham, Andrew Tayler, Dwayne McDaniel, Tessa Kreisel, and Steve Perch.

Gutenberg Development

What’s new in Gutenberg? (11th October)

New in 4.0:  Color the Overlay of a Cover Image

Call for Testing: Gutenberg 4.0 Pre-release


Getting Ready and Using Gutenberg

October 12, 2018 – Status: Gutenberg Stats Blog
What You Need to Do to Prepare for Gutenberg


Layout & Blocks #280Blocks

3 Gutenberg Block Collections that Show What’s Possible with WordPress’s New Editor

Themes for Gutenberg


Developing For Gutenberg

Let’s start building JavaScript plugins for WordPress
Styling the Gutenberg Columns Block

Photos from around the World

Featured image: Photo by dylan nolte on Unsplash