“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.
If you want to be more productive creating web designs, the reusable blocks of the Gutenberg editor will be of great use to you. Creating and managing them is very simple.
Reusable blocks are a great tool to be much more productive in creating websites. Learn how to import and export them between different websites.
Get to know the differences and different featured of the featured image and the cover block of the Gutenberg WordPress editor.
Is Gutenberg yet another page builder or is it going to become the market leader? That’s hard to say at this point. Let’s take a look at the differences with the existing page builders.
Nelio Academy is the new section in our website where we offer online courses for you to learn more about WordPress.
Third and last post about the creation of a maps plugin for Gutenberg. Learn how to visualize the map in the front-end of your website.
Second part of the tutorial on how to create the map block. Discover how to add a Google Maps map within the WordPress editor and how to implement a UI to configure it.
Learn how to create a plugin for Gutenberg using Nelio’s plugin boilerplate. In this first part, we define the project and prepare the skeleton.
Getting started with the WordPress block editor can be complicated. Try our plugin boilerplate to make things easier for you.
To get the most out of the new WordPress block editor, here are some new features and tips to help you create engaging content more efficiently.