WordPress and

The Block Editor

 

What You Need to Know

Sunday, March 22, 2020

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What We'll Cover

  • Misconceptions around Gutenberg & the Block Editor
  • What separates the Block Editor from Page Builders
  • Features of the Block Editor
  • Converting Classic Editor sites to the Block Editor
  • Creating Gutenberg Blocks
  • Building a Block Editor landing page in minutes

Misconceptions Around Gutenberg and

The Block Editor

"...just stop making this mandatory,

and make it optional"

"I was trying to insert a bunch of images into my post, and Gutenberg just turn it into a Gallery block. (WTF?) And the text on those images just become too small to read."

"You are just keeping front-end developers and Web Designer out of the job because the client “can design” it’s own Website without us.

 

Keep up, 2020 we won’t have the job anymore.

 

Gutenberg and the Block Editor are Not the Same Thing

The Block Editor is Not a Page Builder

Elementor

Beaver Builder

Custom Fields

Block Editor

The Block Editor and Classic Editor are Not Mutually Exclusive

You Are Not Limited to the Blocks That Are Built In

Converting Classic Editor Sites to The Block Editor

Features of The Block Editor

Content Structure

Contrast Notice

Reusable Blocks

Spotlight Mode

Block Transform

Search Blocks

WordPress and the Block Editor

By David Wolfpaw

WordPress and the Block Editor

Did you know that Gutenberg and the WordPress Block Editor are different things? That's the first thing that we're going to cover in getting the most out of the editor that has been the default since launching in December 2018 with WordPress v5.0. During this talk we'll cover the following topics: - Misconceptions around Gutenberg and the Block Editor - What separates the Block Editor from Page Builders - Converting Classic Editor sites to the Block Editor - Useful Block Plugins - Building a Block Editor landing page in minutes

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