"It’s very early in the evolution of third party Gutenblocks made by developers. Here are a few that show promise." wrote Bud Kraus. He introduces content creators to several block suites and other plugins. Check it out. Read more »
Kwehangana Hamza at Go Tech UG interviewed designer Kasirye Arthur and developer Kevin Bazira about their experience working with WordPress and Gutenberg editor. All three are very involved in the WordPress community in Uganda Read more »
"My concern with the move to WordPress being a site builder is that WordPress sites will end up being a single, boring, homogeneous layout. One, maybe two, columns, with loads of blocks stacked on top of each other." wrote Ben Gillbanks Read more »
"To clarify, Gutenberg 5.1 is not included in WordPress 5.1. Any mention of “Gutenberg” refers to the plugin specifically." Exciting updates are in the works, among them the Section Block + Classic Widget Block and more great news by Mark Uraine. If you want to contribute and learn more follow his many links to highlighted GitHub discussions. Read more »
Over 51 contributors participated in this important milestone for Gutenberg's Phase 2. All Widgets are ported to blocks. "Next releases will be focused on explorations around the Widgets screen." wrote Riad Benguella Read more »
"The new default Storefront block (...) embeds the entire Ecwid store on a page, including product listing, filters, navigation, and checkout. It provides a quick way for a new seller to get everything working." wrote Sarah Gooding. Read more »
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