Gutenberg

WordPress 5.0 is officially out in the wild, ushering in a new era of Gutenberg and all the enhancements it brings to the editing experience. Here are the top 5 things you need to know: #1: The block editor is now the DEFAULT editor for posts & pages The block editor (codename: Gutenberg) is now…

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A jam-packed update to our Events Gutenberg extension comes with features, bug fixes, and some tweaks to help keep you up to date with the latest work by our Gutenberg team. Events Gutenberg 0.3.4-alpha is compatible with: The Events Calendar: Version 4.6.23 or higher Gutenberg: WordPress 5.0 Beta 3 Get the Extension If this is…

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This week’s changelog for our Events Gutenberg extension comes with a feature, a bug fix, and a tweak to our previous offering. Events Gutenberg 0.3.3-alpha is compatible with: The Events Calendar: Version 4.6.23 or higher Gutenberg: Version 4.1.1 Get the Extension If this is your first time getting your hands on Gutenberg, prepare yourself with…

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Since the beginning of the year (and even a bit before that), our team has been hard at work preparing our plugins for the upcoming block editor release in WordPress 5.0. We’ve already released several event blocks in our Events Gutenberg extension and we’re proud to announce ticket blocks and RSVP blocks are now available!…

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We are pleased to announce that Events Gutenberg 0.2.9-alpha is out! This version is compatible with: The Events Calendar: Version 4.6.23 or higher Gutenberg: Version 3.8.0 Get the Extension Events Gutenberg 0.2.9-alpha Changelog Fix – Prevent empty diff on new event creation, allowing Meta to be saved Fix – Prevent generation of empty classic blocks…

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We are pleased to announce that Events Gutenberg 0.2.8-alpha is out. If this is your first time getting your hands on Gutenberg, Prepare yourself for the New WordPress Block Editor. This version is compatible with: The Events Calendar: Version 4.6.23 or higher Gutenberg: Version 3.8.0 See all of the changes included in this release below:…

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WordCamp Boston 2018

In the upcoming WordPress 5.0 release, the post editor will be redesigned and rebuilt from the ground up. This new editor is called the block editor (a.k.a. Gutenberg), and it’s been no small task to ensure The Events Calendar and our other plugins are ready for it. While we’ve written about some of the challenges…

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“Gutenberg” is the code name for the new block editor coming in WordPress 5.0, a major update that will fundamentally change the way content is created in WordPress. You’ll no longer put text and images into a wp-admin form and hope it looks good on the front end; you’ll instead build content visually in the…

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One of the biggest concerns about Gutenberg is how its arrival will affect WordPress sites’ preexisting content. Watching the Gutenberg team think through this problem and implement robust backwards compatibility has been both interesting and comforting. As we thought about our 600,000+ users of The Events Calendar, and what the process of transitioning to Gutenberg…

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