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Gutenberg Editor is added to WordPress 5 to simplify the editing experience. Some people found it tough to switch to Gutenberg for random bugs and improper support. We are working to enhance the user experience with customizations & best services.

Finally, the most awaited version of WordPress 5 is released with a new label BEBO, named after famous Cuban jazz musician Bebo Valdes and It has come with a lot of changes in the features which are no more hidden from anyone, because of the excitement about new editing experience, default theme, plugins, etc.

Among all the changes it persists, the feature which pumped-up is undoubtedly the new Gutenberg editor. The most exciting feature in WordPress 5.0 is the WordPress Gutenberg Editor that will transform the editing experience for authors, bloggers, and developers.

The WordPress Block Editor Gutenberg landed in WordPress 5.0 arrived on December 6th, 2018.

Now, it has certain that how content creators interact with this interface. Classic Editor TinyMCE is all gone.

Let’s have a look over the changes the new editor brings, and its pros and cons.

Features of WordPress Gutenberg Editor: Bright new future for WordPress 5.0 First-time experience: Opening Gutenberg editor

On upgrading your website to WordPress 5 or installing the Gutenberg Editor Plugin via the repository. The Gutenberg Editor will be available to you, you’ll be able to create and edit content in Gutenberg editor.

The previous pages and posts you created in the classic editor will be displayed in the classic block marked as “Classic.” And you can also convert them into blocks.

When you create a new post, you will see the new editor which gives you more writing space, less distracting interface, truly blessed for smaller screens.

In Gutenberg: Everything is a block

In this new editor, everything is a block, previously whole of the content was inside a big HTML file. Now, this seems to be clearly visible as you can easily determine, what every part of your content is.

You can also bring the change in the type of quote, its placement, text decoration etc. This goes for all blocks with separate layout and formattings.

Some of the most useful blocks you’ll find in WordPress Gutenberg:

  1. Paragraph
  2. Image
  3. Heading
  4. Gallery
  5. Quote
  6. List
  7. Video
  8. Audio
  9. Cover image
  10. Table
  11. Button
  12. Separator
  13. Pull quote
  14. Preformatted

These blocks are reusable, with which you can create killer blog posts, articles, and handover good piece of content which will be visually attractive and easy to be edited.

Limitations of WordPress Gutenberg

No doubt, it is good to have Gutenberg, but some people still finding it difficult to leave their old editing experience they were familiar with. Being the latest release, many users have faced random bugs.

And still, need customization at various ends.  

Although it is all theme compatible there is not added support to make it adaptable with new elements, you might see broken layouts.

People around the globe are working to turn this block editor into a most stable editor 2019. MakeWebBetter is working on it as well, both on the editor itself and our integration with it.

This enterprise continuously working to give an enhanced user-experience to Gutenberg users by creating customizations.

As per sources, the WordPress team has decided to support the classic editor with which you can also switch back to the classic editor if you don’t like the Gutenberg editor by the end of 2021.

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