Gutenberg 16.6 is available with progress on a feature that was formerly called auto-inserting blocks but has now been renamed to block hooks. In a previous release (16.4), Gutenberg introduced[…]
We compare Gutenberg vs Elementor to find the best WordPress page builder based on design elements, settings, styling, and much more.
A great way to start building blocks for WordPress is using InnerBlocks. Group other blocks together and easily add […]
Gutenberg 16.4 has been released with a new auto-inserting blocks experimental feature. It allows developers to specify a location in which the block will be automatically inserted, such as before[…]
Gutenberg 16.2 was released with a number of important changes to pattern management. Most notably, Reusable blocks have been renamed to Patterns, and the Library section of the Site Editor[…]
Recently a few WordPress users asked us if they could use Gutenberg Blocks in WPBakery page builder.
For the past few years, we’ve used the term Gutenberg to describe new WordPress features. Now it’s time to retire Gutenberg terminology and start calling it WordPress.
Gutenberg 16.1 was released this week, debuting of the Pattern Library, which coincides with reusable blocks getting renamed to synced patterns. Users can now create and manage their own patterns[…]
A WordPress plugin called Qi Blocks for Gutenberg is created to increase the Gutenberg editor’s functionality. It provides a large selection of blocks.
Otter Blocks Plugin not only offers more custom blocks for Gutenberg, but it also gives default or third-party blocks on your website new functionality like custom CSS, animations, and visibility[…]
How to install @wordpress/scripts tool and start using JSX when creating your custom Gutenberg blocks.
Drupal Gutenberg, the Gutenberg module for Drupal that was created by a Norway-based agency called Frontkom, has received a €20,000 donation from Automattic to fund the next phase of development.[…]
Gutenberg 16.0 was released today with page management now available inside the Site Editor. This is the first step towards a more unified experience of editing both content and design.[…]
In this tutorial, we add a responsive display setting to Gutenberg using 10up’s Block Extension API, the WordPress Scripts build process, and the WordPress Base Styles Sass library.