The Classic Editor plugin supported until December 31 – 2021

The Gutenberg project is a fundamental shift for WordPress. We recognise that there will be a transition period as everyone adjusts to building plugins, themes, and sites using these new tools. To ease the transition for businesses and entrepreneurs, it’s been mentioned that the Classic Editor plugin would be maintained officially until December 31, 2021. Read More »

Monostack – Gutenberg Theme

Monostack is a Gutenberg-ready WordPress theme that brings the beauty of code editors to the frontend. With a strong focus on typography and color, Monostack highlights specific grammar much like syntax highlighting does in code editors. Monostack is named after the "monospace" font stacks used throughout the theme. Read More »

5+ Top Gutenberg Courses for Users and Developers

Gutenberg is the new visual editor coming with WordPress 5.0 soon. This changes completely the way you have been using or developing for WordPress. If you are willing to learn Gutenberg , I have curated the top Gutenberg courses for everyone. Gutenberg Courses for Users As Gutenberg is a completely new way to write your content using a Visual Block Editor coming in WordPress 5.0, you may need to learn it now. This is completely… Read More »

The Gutenberg Complexity Fallacy

There was a post published on WP Tavern this morning about the difficulty of the simple task of placing a left or right aligned image in Gutenberg—something that seems trivial in the classic editor. This feels like a common trend in complaints about the new editor. That the equivalent process in the classic editor was faster and required fewer steps. Let's check if that is true or not in this post. Read More »