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Nelio Unlocker Review

Nelio Unlocker Review: Convert Any Content to Gutenberg or Elementor

Nelio Unlocker is an interesting new tool that eliminates page builder and website builder lock-in. With one click, you can convert any content into the same design using the WordPress block editor (Gutenberg). It works for WordPress page builders, website builders like Squarespace, and more.

Getwid

Getwid Review: 40+ Free Blocks for the WordPress Editor

Getwid adds 40+ new blocks and 35+ pre-made templates to the native WordPress block editor.

You can combine all of these new offerings with the default WordPress blocks to create some unique designs.

In this post, I’ll share more about the new blocks that you get access to and show you how it works with some of the most popular blocks.

Alternating black and white blocks stacked in columns.

10 of the Best Plugins for Extending the Block Editor

The Block Editor caused quite a stir when it was included in the release of WordPress 5.0. Despite the controversy, it’s opened doors for new kinds of development and helped to streamline editing and publishing for users.

That said, there are still many ways it can be improved. These block plugins include additional content elements that can make crafting posts and pages faster and easier than ever.

An antique globe.

How to Translate Your Gutenberg Content Using WPML (In 3 Steps)

If you want to attract as many visitors as possible to your website, it’s a smart idea to offer content in multiple languages. While the recent addition of the Gutenberg editor to WordPress may leave you wondering how you can translate your content without altering its layout, don’t worry. It’s easy to create translations of your Gutenberg posts and pages using the WPML plugin!

Gutenberg Failing Hard – Should We Be Worried?

The latest big innovation to come to WordPress, Gutenberg, appears to be failing hard, at least judging by user reception and reviews on the plugin’s profile on WordPress.org. The Gutenberg project has been heavily criticised ever since it was announced by Matt Mullenweg a few years back. The biggest concerns have been about the way that feedback from developers and users was handled (mostly apparently ignored), whether this should have been the focus of the core development team versus other features, and how it will affect themes and existing websites.

Will Gutenberg Editor Make or Break WordPress?

The new and controversial Gutenberg editor is expected to be rolled out together with the release of WordPress version 5.0 this coming 2018. Currently available only as a plugin, Gutenberg is set to replace the default WP Editor for good.

This has given rise to debates about the issue of Gutenberg’s readiness to replace the current one.

Even on WordPress’s forums, web developers have also voiced their concerns about Gutenberg as the default WordPress editor. Some say this will only allow clients to mess up their websites, leading to more work for the developers and less productivity overall.

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