Gutenberg is expected to ship in WordPress 5.0. The release dates for WordPress 5.0 has been announced officially. If you are a WordPress user and have WordPress websites you should start exploring Gutenberg today. Even though you will be able to disable Gutenberg with a plugin , but that won’t benefit you in the long run.
WordPress 5.0 has been released.
Gutenberg has been included in WordPress core as a default editor. Almost every other plugin and theme developers out there are doing best to make their plugins & theme compatible with Gutenberg. And you will see a ton of awesome new Gutenberg addon plugins & themes in the near future which you will wish to use. So ultimately you will have to use Gutenberg (WP default editor) sometime later.
Concerns about Gutenberg & WordPress 5.0
Now I know you may have a lot of concerns about WordPress 5.0. Such as:
- What If I wish to use the old editor?
- Will Gutenberg break my WordPress website?
- Will Gutenberg support meta boxes such as ACF, etc?
- Will Gutenberg work with my custom post type?
- Will Shortcodes work with Gutenberg?
- Will Gutenberg work with my theme?
- Is Gutenberg a page builder?
- and more…
Fortunately, there is a great piece of article by TinyMCE, discussing all those concerns. I must suggest you read through this post here to find out answers to your concerns. I know that is not official, but very logical and authentic.
Official Gutenberg User Guides & Resources
I am not aware really of an official guide on how to use Gutenberg at the moment. The only official resource you may follow is the Make WordPress Core blog. I will make sure to update this if any official Gutenberg guide/resource comes out.
Gutenberg Tutorials & Courses for Users
We curate the best Gutenberg Tutorials from around the web, please visit the Gutenberg User Tutorials category to browse all the great tutorials curated.
Latest 10 tutorials from the Gutenberg Tutorials category.
- Gutenberg Tips to Improve Your Productivity in the Editor
- How to apply a gradient background in Gutenberg
- How to apply custom CSS to any Gutenberg Block
- How to add icons in Gutenberg without any plugin
- How to Create a Custom Gutenberg Block in WordPress (Easy Way)
- How to add a Carousel to Blog Posts and Pages using Gutenberg!
- Why and How to Create a Gutenberg Block
- Learn How to Update Your Old WordPress Posts with Gutenberg Block Editor
- A Walk-through to Build a Sales Page with Gutenberg
- How to switch between WordPress Classic Editor and Gutenberg
If you know of any other good resource to help WordPress users Please tell us about it @gutenberghub on twitter.