Here are two things that a lot of people confuse when it comes to WordPress.
One year ago WordPress rolled out its most important change in its 15 year history. Until then WordPress had evolved in an evolutionary way. But this was a revolutionary step.
Note: I’ve updated this post as so much has changed since I wrote about Gutenberg Plugins in November 2018.
Here are 3 things most people don’t like about WordPress:
This being my 5th WordCamp I have to admit the thrill is not quite what it used to be. Not that you should never go to a WordCamp which are held in many cities around the planet. You should go. You’ll find all kinds of designers, developers, marketers, business owners, bloggers and others who use and mostly love WordPress.
Currently WordPress uses the WP Editor which allows users to create pages, posts and other content types. Also known as the TinyMCE Editor, it features a row of toolbar icons that look like this: