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.
Over the past 4 months, since my previous article on Gutenberg, soon to be WordPress core editor has reached the version 3.3, and there is more talk about including the Gutenberg in WordPress core with version 5.0. Is it ready for that?
Since September, when I have written about the Gutenberg 1.1 version, this plugin soon to be part of the WordPress core, has come a long way and it has reached version 2.4.
I have waited for a while before I decided to write this review of the Gutenberg, I wanted to test editor that has come far in the development process. Now, with version 1.1 Beta, I think that editor is becoming ready for testing. Gutenberg is a proposed replacement editor for the WordPress core. Currently, it […]
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.
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 […]