How to Create a Custom Gutenberg Block in WordPress (Without Code)

At this point, the new WordPress Gutenberg block editor has been out for quite some time, and you’ve probably become familiar with the opportunities it affords you with its default blocks. What’s more, intrepid developers have created tons of plugins that add new blocks to the editor, which greatly expand what you can build with …

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WordPress 5.2 to Make Gutenberg Block Editor Use Mandatory for All WordPress Sites

Since its initial release in WordPress 5.0, WordPress fans have used the new Gutenberg block editor to publish billions of posts on millions of websites. Third-party developers have also latched onto that success to create hundreds of plugins and themes that further build on the power of Gutenberg. Thanks to that, you can now build …

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Weekly WordPress News: Block Management in Gutenberg

This week, WordPress officially ended its support for out-of-date PHP versions…kind of. You can still use PHP 5.6, but WordPress no longer supports anything under that. Beyond that, the latest version of Gutenberg introduces block management, and WordPress now officially powers one-third of the web. Let’s get to all of this week’s news… WORDPRESS NEWS …

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Weekly WordPress News: Gutenberg Block Editor Mobile Beta

The Gutenberg block editor is going mobile! Well, kind off… A stripped-down version of the block editor is now in beta testing for mobile apps, though it won’t give you access to all the blocks right away. Beyond that, there are new block management features proposed for WordPress 5.2, and we compare the new Toolset …

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Weekly WordPress News: Gutenberg 5.0 Adds New Blocks

This week, we get a look at the latest version of Gutenberg (it adds some new blocks). Wordfence also launched a new product that will help you out if you have lots of different WordPress sites. And as usual, we have plenty of great tutorials and reviews to help you get more from WordPress. Let’s …

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How To Restrict/Disable Blocks In WordPress Block Editor (Gutenberg)

The new WordPress block editor in WordPress 5.0 – named Gutenberg while under development – brings with it a ton of new blocks (hence the name!). Beyond the 34+ default blocks, third-party plugins can also add their own blocks for you to use in your designs. All that means that you might be looking at …

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How To Use The New WordPress 5.0 Block Editor

On December 6th, 2018, WordPress underwent a massive change with the release of WordPress 5.0. Gone was the old classic TinyMCE content editor, replaced with a brand new block editor, codenamed Gutenberg. While the new block editor does let you do some things that you weren’t previously able to do in WordPress, it’s also not …

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How To Disable The Gutenberg Editor In WordPress (And Keep Classic)

Are you looking for a way to disable the Gutenberg editor and keep the classic TinyMCE editor on your WordPress site? There are a few reasons that you might want to disable the WordPress Gutenberg editor for now: You like the Classic editor and don’t want to learn a new interface. You’re worried that Gutenberg …

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How To Disable The Gutenberg Editor In WordPress (And Keep Classic)

Are you looking for a way to disable the Gutenberg editor and keep the classic TinyMCE editor on your WordPress site? There are a few reasons that you might want to disable the WordPress Gutenberg editor for now: You like the Classic editor and don’t want to learn a new interface. You’re worried that Gutenberg …

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