Keyboard shortcuts and reusable blocks are two of the many great things about the new block editor. In episode 83 of the WordPress Photography Podcast we share what these are about and have they can save you time.
In this episode from Imagely, they discuss a popular question which has come up since WordPress 5.0 was releasedMany people are finding their page and post Preview functionalities are broken. The Previews are either working, not showing updated information, or are completely a white screen. If you are experiencing anything other than a normal preview […]
WordPress 5.0 was released, and since then, 5.0.1 and 5.0.2 have dropped with bug fixed, speed improvements and much more. While we’re very excited about the new block editor, we see a major gap in where it is now, where it’s going and where it could be. That’s why we’re even more excited to be […]
WordPress 5.0 is set to be released on November 27, 2018 – just after Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday. This comes after some pushback from the community about the original date of November 19. Still, there is some pushback to postpone the release even further due to Gutenberg not being ready for release. Our […]
Gutenberg is still in beta, and WordPress 5.0 is still months away. Yet, the plugin is already being used by nearly 500,000 sites. That goes to show how well Gutenberg is working, and how few problems it’s having. Yes it’s still evolving, and yes there are bugs. But they’re minor things at this point. Now […]
Funny you ask. The team over at GiveWP put together a fantastic short video explaining what Gutenberg is. So without further ado.
Gridsy is a plugin which does a few things. Two of which are: Adds additional blocks to the new visual editor Adds advanced styling control to all blocks Gridsy is built for the new visual editor coming to WordPress 5.0. The visual editor is currently under a codename, Gutenberg, for development tracking and discussion purposes. […]
Our CEO, Erick Danzer, recently spoke at the WordPress Boulder Meetup at Boulder Digital Arts in Colorado. Originally Erick was to talk in a panel alongside another developer, but the other person became ill. So Erick took the opportunity to teach all the meetup attendees about creating blocks for Gutenberg. Erick demoed our block for […]