WordPress 4.9.8 was released last week, and it is the first WordPress release that includes the dashboard callout for testing the upcoming editor, codename Gutenberg.
ClassicPress is the fork of WordPress, made on the basis of WordPress 4.9. It was created as a response to the inclusion of Gutenberg into the WordPress core with version 5.0.
WordPress 5.0 brings a major update bringing the Block Editor. Not everyone is a fan of the new editor and not every type of content will benefit from using it. But, it is easy to disable it in favour of old (or Classic) editor.
On December 6, 2018, WordPress 5.0 was released, bringing new Block “Love it or Hate it” Editor (previously known as Gutenberg) into the core after 2 years in active development. In this review, I will not go into all the drama and controversy surrounding the Gutenberg development and merge into the WordPress core, because I will […]
As it stands right now, WordPress 5.0 will be released sometime on December 6, 2018. With all the controversy related to the Gutenberg (or Block Editor), question is, should you update now, or wait?
GD Content Tools Pro 5.5 is a new major release, focused on upcoming WordPress 5.0 and Block Editor (former Gutenberg), improvements to some meta fields, improved Tagger and few more things.