Gutenberg

Why we recommend Gutenberg for (some) clients

I read an article recently where the author told his clients that he will not support anything related to Gutenberg. He recommended they install the Classic Editor plugin so they can keep support up after WP 5.0 is released. This was pretty shocking to me, especially since we are recommending Gutenberg for (some of) our… Continue Reading >

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Gutenberg Prediction: The Gutenlook

If you’ll indulge me for a moment, I have a prediction about the future of Gutenberg and WordPress. A year from now, all blogs will have what I’m calling “The Gutenlook.” Website owners will want the clean, easy-to-read design that Gutenberg provides, and we’ll all slowly start to adopt The Gutenlook until it eventually takes over… Continue Reading >

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How To Get Started with Attributes in Gutenberg Blocks

When I first started building custom blocks with Gutenberg I’d always start with the edit function. Then I’d move to the save function and make sure the right kind of HTML was saved to the database. Attributes were basically an afterthought for me. I had a vague idea that they defined some of the data in my… Continue Reading >

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Why I am excited about Gutenberg

Gutenberg is generating a lot of buzz in the WordPress community right now. If you’re paying any attention to WordPress you’ve probably heard it, and you’ve probably also heard how it is going to be the end of the world. Continue Reading >

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