Currently WordPress uses the WP Editor which lets you create pages, posts and other content types. Also known as the TinyMCE Editor, it features a row of toolbar icons that look like this:
Much of my WP A To Z Series demonstrates how the above WP Editor works. But that’s all about to change.
Take a good look because sometime in 2018 this is likely to disappear (or not be prominently featured in WordPress anymore). Exactly how Gutenberg will be rolled out is still a mystery but it is scheduled to be released in WordPress v5.0.
Don’t get caught by surprise when WordPress 5.0 is released. Start learning Gutenberg right from here.
- 1: Gutenberg FAQ
- 2: The Gutenberg Tour
- 3: Getting Ready For My First Gutenberg Post
- 4: How To Add A Title And Text Copy
- 5: How To Embed A Video
- 6: How To Wrap Text Around An Image
- 7: How To Create Side By Side Text
- 8: How To Add A Sub Head
- 9: How To Create And Use A Shared Block
- 10: How To Work With A Shortcode
- 11: How To Work With A Plugin
- 12: How To Move, Duplicate Or Remove A Block
- 13: How To Work With HTML In Gutenberg
- 14: Loose Ends Before I Publish
- 15: More On Plugins And Gutenberg
- 16: Will Gutenberg Work With Popular Page Builders?