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What’s new in Gutenberg 14.2? (28 September) - Make WordPress Core

“What’s new in Gutenberg…” posts (labeled with the #gutenberg-new tag) are posted following every Gutenberg release on a biweekly basis, discovering new features included in each release. As a reminder, here’s an overview of different ways to keep up with Gutenberg and the Full Site… Continue Reading →

A Backend Engineer Learns to Build Block Editor Blocks, Part 2 - Tom McFarlin

I ended the last article with a functioning block that shows one thing in the editor and another thing on the frontend. The reason for doing so was so we could see how to put together the basic foundation of… Continue Reading →

Gutenberg 14.1 Improves Navigation Block, Adds Experimental Zoomed-Out View - WP Tavern

Gutenberg 14.1 was released today with some much-needed improvements to the Navigation block, which still seems to be on rocky journey towards better usability. Contributors are moving functionality around the Navigation interface to figure out where it works best. The… Continue Reading →

What’s new in Gutenberg 14.1? (15 September) - Make WordPress Core

Gutenberg 14.1 has been released and is available for download! Table of Contents Consolidating design tools in blocksBetter content locking experience.Navigation Block improvementsZoomed-out view in the site editor (experimental).Improving the theme developer experience.Improving the writing experienceChangelogPerformance Benchmark Consolidating design tools… Continue Reading →

What’s New in WordPress 6.1: JPEG to WebP Conversion, Fluid Typography, Improved Template System, and Much More! - Kinsta Blog

WordPress 6.1 has been scheduled for release on November 1, 2022, and will be the third major release of the year, following WordPress 6.0 Arturo, released on May 24, and WordPress 5.9 Josephine, released on January 25. As it always… Continue Reading →

Gutenberg 13.9 Adds New Shortcut to Wrap Selected Text in Quotes - WP Tavern

Wouldn’t it be convenient to select a sentence or paragraph and instantly wrap it with quotes by tapping on the quote key? This is a fun little feature that was tucked into the Gutenberg 13.9 changelog last month with very… Continue Reading →

A Backend Engineer Learns to Build Block Editor Blocks, Part 1 - Tom McFarlin

When I first started working with the Block Editor a few years ago, I wasn’t excited about it. As a user, I was lukewarm about it simply because of change (I’m not a fan of change ), though I’ve come… Continue Reading →

Start Writing WordPress Tutorials in these Gutenberg Times - Tom McFarlin

Saying “here’s how to write a plugin” is far too general. It gives no frame of reference for what you’re going to be covering, what the plugin is going to do, what the prerequisites are, or what the end result… Continue Reading →

New Proposal Calls for Contributors to Stop Merging Experimental APIs from Gutenberg to WordPress Core - WP Tavern

The practice of merging experimental APIs from Gutenberg into WordPress core may soon be coming to an end. A new proposal, published by Automattic-sponsored contributor Adam Zielinski, calls for contributors to stabilize APIs before merging them into core. Over the… Continue Reading →

Gutenberg 13.8 Introduces Fluid Typography Support and Revamped Quote Block - WP Tavern

Gutenberg 13.8 was released last week with some major enhancements that should delight block theme authors and users alike. The long-awaited fluid typography support landed in this version. It provides smooth scaling between smaller and larger viewports, adapting in a… Continue Reading →

How to Create Dynamic Blocks for Gutenberg - Kinsta Blog

Are you still puzzled by Gutenberg? Or are you among those who firmly believe in the potential of the block editor and want to find out how far can push their creativity using the block editor? Whatever category of users… Continue Reading →

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