“Gutenberg” is the name for the new WordPress editor. Gutenberg’s editor uses blocks to create all kinds of content in line with modern coding standards and aligning it with open web initiatives.
Learn about the new features that have come with the release of Gutenberg 11.6. We’re getting closer to WordPress’ goal to make it possible to customize your site without editing any code.
Learn how to copy patterns and insert them into your content and how to create new patterns to be published in the WordPress Directory.
WordPress 5.8 has incorporated many Full Site Editing features that you should know about.
WordPress is still working to provide many more features to the editing of pages and posts. The ultimate goal is to make it a good page builder.
The WordPress community does not give up on holding European WordCamps, even if they are online. With a more informal format, we have taken a very positive impression of the event.
If you are looking to improve your web revenue, you should perform A/B tests. In this guide we explain the most important features you should look for and compare some A/B testing plugins for WordPress.
Complete guide to block patterns, very useful elements for designing WordPress pages efficiently. Part Three.
Complete guide to block patterns, very useful elements for designing WordPress pages efficiently. Learn how to create a pattern.
Complete guide to block patterns, very useful elements for designing WordPress pages efficiently.
WordPress provides a series of React components included in Gutenberg that you can easily reuse in your plugins.
This post explains the different alternatives you have to create pricing tables with the block editor.
The @wordpress/scripts package makes it easier to develop on Gutenberg. Learn how to extend it with your own Webpack configuration to load SVG files.