From next Monday, the 1st June, the Block Editor will become the new WordPress default editor. After reading the comments from blogging friends and colleagues, it became clear that for some, there is still a degree of uneasiness and hesitation. Therefore, Nan’s Farm is re-blogging our Weekly Prompts post where we have attempted to alleviate some of the concerns. Included in that post is our simple guide to the Block Editor.
A Simple Guide to the Block Editor
Today’s post was written in response to the concerns of several blogging colleagues. PLEASE NOTE: Comments are enabled on this post, and a downloadable and printable Guide to the Block Editor is available at the end of the page.
First, you should know that the Classic Editor is not disappearing, all that is happening is that the Gutenberg, the Block Editor, will become the default editor on June 1st. At the same time, WordPress will provide a link to the Classic Editor. Presumably, we will need to open a new page to access the link. We’re told the Classic will be around until at least 2022.
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