January 11, 2019 — Gutenberg is the new WordPress editor.
We’ve heard “Gutenberg is coming!” for a long time now. It might even be here by the time we are together in Asheville.
This will give you an introduction to what the Gutenberg editor looks like and how to use it to create and edit your WordPress content.
What’s different about using the Gutenberg editor?
How to edit content using the Gutenberg editor
How and when to use the classic editor after Gutenberg arrives
January 11, 2019 — En esta ponencia hablaré sobre cómo poder adaptar y personalizar un tema a todas las nuevas funcionalidades extras que trae por defecto el nuevo editor de WordPress. Los alineamientos de ancho amplio y ancho fijo, la paleta de colores, los tamaños de fuente y otras cuantas personalizaciones que podremos realizar a nuestro tema para hacerlo compatible con Gutenberg.
January 11, 2019 — Let’s take a look at the upcoming page editor Gutenberg, scheduled for release in WP 5.0.
We’ll look at:
What are Gutenberg blocks?
What blocks are available, and how to use them
How to best prepare your web site for the update
January 8, 2019 — When Matt Mullenweg announced in December 2017 that Gutenberg and WordPress 5.0 would be ready in just a few short months, we sat up and took notice. Knowing the landscape of our institution – and higher ed’s proclivity for denying change – we started making plans.
From the beginning we were thinking about the full spectrum of WordPress experience: from developers to the one-off content editors. We set to work learning as much as we could about Gutenberg, the user experience, the transition options, and eventually, arrived at our own examination of how Gutenberg could/should/would work at NC State.
Join us as we recap our adventure so far into the world of user testing, communication strategies, site assessments, and overcoming resistance. This is a story of change management as we safely navigate our campus to the other side of the Gutenpocalypse.
January 7, 2019 — The forthcoming block editor in WordPress has forced us to reimagine how users build content with our plugins—plugins like The Events Calendar, which have more than half a million active users. Join Zach Tirrell, Modern Tribe’s Director of Product, as he recaps our experiments in design, strategy, and development that have helped us ensure our plugins take full advantage of the new editor while gracefully supporting content from the old one.
January 5, 2019 — Let’s take a tour of Gutenberg blocks from a developer’s viewport. We’ll walk through the underlining block architecture, settings and option controls, user-experience, how users can interface with your block and proper build execution. Let’s build beautiful blocks together!
January 4, 2019 — (some audio issues in this video)
With the new Gutenberg editor, the possibilities for visually striking and engaging storytelling in WordPress have grown exponentially. For marketing content creators, journalists, and bloggers, harnessing the power of Gutenberg can improve the effectiveness of your messages, elevate your designs, and save you time.
In this talk, you’ll learn about current marketing trends in content design and how to put them into practice on your own site using Gutenberg. You’ll learn blogging and page design tricks that make the most of the new editor and can help your content pop.
How to use Gutenberg
publishing and marketing trends
January 3, 2019 — The new visual editor sure does inspire consternation in the WordPress community.
As with any disruption, there will be winners and losers in professional world – but what about the end-user? Can the new editor make life easier for them? And for professionals, how will Gutenberg change theme development? What about page-builders – things of the past?
Instead of focusing on launch and transition issues, I’ll describe how we think the fundamentals of the WordPress experience will change (for the better) for both the end-user AND the professional.
January 2, 2019 — We know you have questions about Gutenberg. We all do! This session aims to answer those we can in an informal discussion meant for all levels of expertise. Together we will determine answers or explain how to get them answered.