Tag Archives: Gutenberg

Recent Proposal Calls for Contributors to Stop Merging Experimental APIs from Gutenberg to WordPress Core – WP Tavern

The practice of merging experimental APIs from Gutenberg into WordPress core may soon be coming to an end. A latest proposal, published by Automattic-sponsored contributor Adam Zielinski, calls for contributors to stabilize APIs before merging them into core. Over time, roughly 280 experimental APIs have been merged from the Gutenberg plugin, which Zielinski audited in […]

WordPress Releases Gutenberg 13.7 – Focused on Workflow and Better UI

WordPress unveiled Gutenberg 13.7 which contains numerous refinements that improve the workflow, provide more granular control within the full site editor, and numerous improvements to the user interface. Like any other release from WordPress, this is a cumulative update and not a whole new experience. That said, the editing experience should feel more intuitive and […]

Scenarios Where the WordPress Gutenberg Block Editor Replaces Custom Code

Extensibility has lengthy been one of many strengths of WordPress. If there’s one thing the content material administration system (CMS) doesn’t do out-of-the-box, you may write code or set up a plugin to allow it. Thus, constructing web sites with WordPress often means including a minimum of some customized code alongside the best way. Whether […]