What’s new in Gutenberg v3.9?

This new release completes some cool additions to the editor. It includes the ability to create reusable templates by selecting multiple blocks in the editor. It then allows exporting and importing these templates using a JSON file transport. There’s also a visual diff mechanism for comparing options when a block was detected as invalid (which… Read More »

What’s new in Gutenberg v3.8? (12th September)

The release this week, apart from numerous improvements and fixes across the board, includes a new “full screen” mode, and improved mechanisms for styling blocks from a theme perspective. It also exposes the custom post type used to store reusable blocks from the block inserter as a way to manage saved blocks in bulk —… Read More »

What’s New in Gutenberg v3.7? (31st August)

This update aims to add further clarity to some core interactions, as well as fixing many issues. Notably, we are expanding on the previously called “Fixed Toolbar” mode — now named Unified Toolbar — as an optional mode for a more traditional writing environment. In our testing, this mode tends to be preferred by more… Read More »