George Mamadashvili has a nice update and overview of the latest Gutenberg release: The new monthly summaries for WordPress.org news are really nice — here’s July from Reyes Martinez:
Up this week on WP Tavern‘s Jukebox with Nathan Wrigley, it’s Sean Blakely with the story of the transition to Gutenberg in a large agency, American Eagle. I’ve expected to see stories like this — for years. It seems they’re a little later in coming than anticipated, but it’s a good sign. At the same…
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📆 Upcoming Events Gutenberg Full-Site Editing: Unlocking Agility for Enterprise WordPress: WordPress VIP is holding a webinar on Full Site Editing on July 29th (10 AM PT / 1 PM ET / 5 PM UTC) led by Tess Needham, David Bowman, and Jameson Proctor. The goal is to demonstrate Full-Site Editing as an asset to…
Charts Blocks for Gutenberg is a plugin for creating interactive charts in blocks. If the demo on the Github page is any indication, this looks like a good way to get a pie chart or bar graph on your site quickly. 📊
📆 Upcoming Events Gutenberg Times Live Q & A — Theme.json for Theme Authors: Learn how to get started with building themes for Full-site editing. Join Daisy Olson, Tammie Lister, and Jeff Ong to learn more about the theme.json file and other tools on June 24, 2021. Register for free. WP Engine Summit 2021 will…
More acquisitions! Is the WordPress market worth $500-600 BILLION? Cory and David discuss these topics and Gutenberg’s barriers to winning back users.
Newly released Gutenberg 10.7 includes the first iteration of responsive menus in the navigation block and new design tools to support the existing ones in blocks. Now you can insert block patterns from the WordPress.org Pattern Directory too. ✨
Gutenberg 10.6 has been released — with support for Duotone filters for blocks, suggestions for Block Patterns in the placeholder area of a newly created block, enhancements to the Table Block, and further work to Full Site Editing. 📦
Allison Rivers reviews three Gutenberg block plugins for WooCommerce stores: ProductX‘s Gutenberg WooCommerce Blocks, which extend the basic WooCommerce block options; Toolset‘s WooCommerce Blocks, for more extensive customizations; The core blocks built into WooCommerce.
Gutenberg 10.4 was released this week with features like block widgets in the Customizer, enhancements to the Site Editor, improvements to rich text placeholders, and bug fixes. 🐛
The Gutenberg 10.2 release brings additions to Full-Site Editing (FSE) and Global Styles, along with editing experience improvements. ✨
The Gutenberg 10.1 release is out with visual enhancements for reusable blocks, improvements to Full Site Editing, widget and navigation screens, and global styles. ✨ Anne McCarthy has an overview of the current core editor improvements that impact front-end performance and speed. 💨
9️⃣9️⃣ Version 9.9 of the Gutenberg plugin is out — its 99th release! What’s New: Custom colors for social icons, a redesigned options modal (now called “preferences”), text labels in the block toolbar, automatic dark mode, bug fixes, and miscellaneous tweaks and improvements. ✨
A new version of the Gutenberg plugin (9.6.0 🇨🇱) has been released with a focus on Full Site Editing and global styles. I especially like the new ability to drag blocks from the “inserter” into the block area. If you want to learn more about current Gutenberg features and Full Site Editing, I had a…
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