gutenberg

How to Instantly Improve Twenty Nineteen’s Home Page

Twenty Nineteen will be the first official WordPress theme to be built with Gutenberg in mind, and it looks very promising. While it’s still in active development, there is one bothersome feature. You cannot hide the title of the page. That means if you want to replace the title with say, a cover image, you …

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Upgrade to WordPress 5.0 & Gutenberg Without Breaking Your Content!

With WordPress 5.0 fundamentally changing the editor, there’s been a lot of concern around what happens to our current content. In this video, you’ll learn the 3 deliberate steps you need to take to convert your content to Gutenberg blocks (or how to avoid it all together).

Gutenberg Live Show: Strong Words and Positivity

Zac and I are back together for another Gutenberg Live Show. In this episode we talk about WordPress 5.0, why we’re not getting a straight answer on the hard deadline, and we talk all about the positives of Gutenberg and WordPRess.

Disable Gutenberg

Not Ready for WordPress 5.0? Here are 2 Ways to Disable Gutenberg

The release of WordPress 5.0 is coming up fast, and not necessarily at the best time of year. Between Black Friday and holiday breaks, there are a lot of reasons not to make an update that could potentially break your site. That said, it’s always best to be on the latest version of software, if …

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Gutenberg-ready Themes

3 Top Notch Gutenberg-Ready Themes

In the grand scheme of WordPress 5.0 and the community, a lot is changing. For many, it will likely be business as usual (either due to not upgrading or using The Classic Editor plugin). But for folks who need to update their websites, or create a brand new one, WordPress 5.0 poses an interesting question: …

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Implementing Gutenberg: Rene Morozowich and a New Client Site

This week I talk to Rene Morozowich, a self-employed WordPress Developer, about how she dipped her toe in the waters of Gutenberg by doing a low-risk, brand new site for a client new to WordPress.

Implementing Gutenberg: Justin Sainton & A Custom Light Builder

WordPress 5.0 and Gutenberg are coming out this month! To help you get an idea of how you can use Gutenberg in your own client sites, I’ve put together a miniseries on implementing Gutenberg.

WordPress 5.0 and Gutenberg Have Proposed Dates!

For months, I’ve been getting one question above all: “When is Gutenberg coming out?” Well, it seems we have at least 2 tentative dates for WordPress 5.0 now. And it could be as early as November 19th.

Gutenberg Hits the Mainstream with WordPress 4.9.8

Last week, the WordPress Core Team released 4.9.8, which among other things, included the “Try Gutenberg” call to action. Since then, the amount of Gutenberg installs have exploded (63,000+ on day one – about 17% of all installs). Whether you’ve know about the new editor for a while, or just hear about it this week, …

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Gutenberg Training

Now Available: License An Introduction to Gutenberg Course

With WordPress 5.0 quickly approaching, it’s time for us to start thinking about educating our teams, clients, and employees on Gutenberg and the new editor. Today I’m happy to announce that you can purchase bulk licensing for my Introduction to Gutenberg course. Deliver a Better Experience for Your Clients There’s a lot of discussion around how WordPress …

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Announcing Updates to An Introduction to Gutenberg and new Sponsor, Bluehost

Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve been working to update my course, An Introduction to Gutenberg, to cover new features and add more sections that really give you a bang for your buck. The course has been very popular and I’m excited to see it do so well! And today, it’s getting even better thanks …

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