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  1. Sathish Arumugam
    Sathish Arumugam October 2, 2019 at 04:59 | | Reply

    Craig,

    It’s going to be a year with Gutenberg. And, somehow I am getting good at working on blocks – Gutenberg. After using it only, one could realize what they were missing in the traditional WordPress Classic Editor. Still, I have to go a long way in redesigning or anything. Indeed, I am coping to manage with Gutenberg to draft and publish new posts and pages that require fewer blocks and layouts.

  2. Craig Hewitt
    Craig Hewitt October 3, 2019 at 04:43 | | Reply

    I agree. Most of my experience with it is very solid and it offers a lot of flexibility over the Classic Editor. But some things do take some getting used to.

    Generally I’m really interested to see how Gutenberg affects Theme development/features in the future. We didn’t hardly use any conventional Theme work in our site redesign, just block based customization.

  3. Chichawatni News
    Chichawatni News October 3, 2019 at 10:05 | | Reply

    Good article, I am still using classing editor through installing a pligin. In English gutenberg is well. but in other languages ,especially arabic and urdu it is horrible.

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