Gutenberg is the new WordPress editor and it went live at the end of 2018. We’ve now had a few months to explore it and so some of us are sharing what we have learnt. Our previous blog post about the introduction of Gutenberg has some useful links you may wish to check out.
Lightning talks on Gutenberg by members of WordPress Cambridge
Our speakers on 11 February 2019 include:
- David Thorne on the ‘Basics of Using Gutenberg as a sitebuilder’
- Jonathan Whiteland is giving a few simple examples of how they’re beginning to successfully use Gutenberg at YTKO now; and show some of the more hair-raising things Gutenberg can cope with; then finish with talking briefly about how they plan to use Gutenberg going forwards
- Elisabeth Klaar with a live demo/overview of Gutenberg from a ‘user’ (rather than developer) point of view
Some useful links
Elisabeth shares an excellent page featuring a compare/contrast between the old editor and the new editor (great if you find you’re stuck trying to do something in Gutenberg that you used to do easily/fast in the Classic Editor). And another super useful overview of all the blocks with explanations of how they work and tutorials on how to use each different kind.