Gutenberg 13.2 Adds Persistent User Preferences and a Visualizer for Margin and Padding Controls

Gutenberg 13.2 was released earlier today. While much of the developer community is gearing up for the WordPress 6.0 release in two weeks, work continues steadily on the plugin, driving future updates. The latest release is not as hefty on enhancements as previous updates but includes around four dozen bug fixes. Despite a heavy focus… Continue reading Gutenberg 13.2 Adds Persistent User Preferences and a Visualizer for Margin and Padding Controls

Gutenberg Hub Launches an Online Page Builder App Using WordPress Patterns

I have been raving about the power of patterns for what feels like forever at this point. And, just when I start wondering what this feature will look like next, someone surprises me with a new idea. Often that person is Munir Kamal. He mentioned that he would share a “little” page-generation app that ties… Continue reading Gutenberg Hub Launches an Online Page Builder App Using WordPress Patterns

Gutenberg 13.1 Ships a Batch of Improvements and Implements a New Border Design Component

Gutenberg 13.1 landed in the WordPress plugin directory earlier today. Not quite as heavy on the feature list as its predecessor, the update focuses more on improvements and bug fixes. The highlight of the release is the overhauled border design component. One notable bug that theme authors should watch out for is missing styles in… Continue reading Gutenberg 13.1 Ships a Batch of Improvements and Implements a New Border Design Component

#24 – Aki Hamano on Building Useful Blocks for Fun

On the podcast today we have Aki Hamano. Aki is a freelance developer from Japan. He builds websites for clients and enjoys setting himself difficult problems to solve. He came to my attention when Justin Tadlock wrote an article about a playful block that he’s created. After a little further exploration, it turns out that… Continue reading #24 – Aki Hamano on Building Useful Blocks for Fun