Everybody is getting ready for WordPress 5.0 – Developers on various Core teams are working feverishly merging Gutenberg into the WordPress core. With the 2nd beta version available, Themes and plugin developers are making their products compatible with the new default editor or building guard rails around it. We see lot more opinions on Twitter from bloggers and content creators. Some express joy working with Gutenberg, and some are opting for the Classic Editor. Blocks for the editor are mushrooming in various initiatives. This Round-up post is extremely rich. Grab your favorite beverage and enjoy! — Birgit 💕
Table of Contents
- WordPress Core & Gutenberg Development
- Accessibility and Gutenberg
- Using Gutenberg – User Experiences
- Updates on Themes for Gutenberg
- Developers and the new WordPress editor
- Blocks, Blocks, Blocks #280Blocks
- Photos From Around the World
WordPress Core & Gutenberg Development
With WordPress 5.0 beta released, plugin and themes developers are busy making their products Gutenberg compatible.
Accessibility and Gutenberg
Also take your time to read the various comments. It’s gives a lot of insights on what Gutenberg developers are aiming for and what their process is. The discussion is very civil and thoughtful.
The post was one of the more rationale and reasoned looks at everything, and I really appreciate Joe and the team’s work in putting it together. It’s a starting point for prioritizing the extensive accessibility work that has gone into improving WP’s core editor already, but a key thing we have to fix is the team working in a less adversarial way with all the other contributors to WordPress — for example collaborating on posts like this, not tossing them over the transom.Matt Mullenweg commented on above article on the WPTavern, read the rest there.
Using Gutenberg – User Experiences
Updates on Themes for Gutenberg
Developers and the new WordPress editor
Blocks, Blocks, Blocks #280Blocks
Photos From Around the World
Featured Image: Photo by Goh Rhy Yan on Unsplash