What’s New in Gutenberg 9.1?

Gutenberg 9.1 Updates Gutenberg 9.1 was released on September 30, bringing with it some exciting new updates. The official release cited nearly 200 new commits and more than 75 contributors on the development team.  The main highlights of the Gutenberg 9.1 release are updates to the Widgets Screen and Block API – the two biggest Read More >

How to Create Reusable Blocks in WordPress

WordPress blocks can range in complexity, from very basic text blocks to deeply nested column blocks full of rich content. So if you expend a lot of effort crafting a beautiful block you may want to have a way to save that block and use it later. In this article, you will learn about creating Read More >

Gutenberg 8.6 (Plugin) Update

This is a short summary of the Gutenberg 8.6 update. The latest changes include a Cover block with added video position controls and Block pattern updates. This article will display and describe these added changes. In order to use the latest version of Gutenberg, you need to download the plugin from the WordPress Plugin repository. Read More >

Gutenberg 8.5 (Plugin) Update

When you see an update on Gutenberg, you can expect an improvement of the many features in the oft criticized editor within WordPress. Gutenberg has a love or hate relationship with many WordPress users, but aside from some of its quirks, using it can help speed up content creation in WordPress posts. The latest release Read More >

Using the Group Block in WordPress

Since the integration of the Gutenberg editor into WordPress in version 5.0, blocks are the foundation of building posts and pages in the visual editor. To help save you time the Group block was provided which allows you to group several blocks together. This way you can keep related content in a group and move Read More >

How to use the Spacer Block in WordPress

Adding spaces between blocks with the new Gutenberg editor in WordPress (the default editor pages and posts) can be a little tricky. It used to be that you can simply hit enter a few times and the spaces would be there. Or, some people add empty blocks with a space to hold the block in Read More >

Using Inline Images versus the Image Block

When you’re working in WordPress you will often add images to your content. These images can be added as inline images or using the Image block. You can also add galleries or slideshows, but in this tutorial, we will be focusing on the difference between using inline images and the image block. You will learn Read More >