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What to expect with WordPress 5.4

WordPress 5.4 is slated to be released on March 31. This first big update of the year features a couple of new blocks, changes to the block editor and more. Let's take a look at what you can expect.

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One year of Gutenberg

It's been over a year since Gutenberg was rolled into WordPress. There was a lot of talk then. But what is it like with the new editor now?

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A look at some of the top Gutenberg themes

It's been almost a year since the Gutenberg editor was rolled into WordPress core. And there are a number of themes that are designed and built with it in mind. So let's take a look at some of the top ones.

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What’s ahead with WordPress 5.3

WordPress 5.3 is roughly a month away from release. But testing has already begun, and we have an idea of what will be in the last major release of 2019. So let's look at what you can expect come Nov. 12.

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Where to find Gutenberg blocks for your website

With WordPress 5.0 came Gutenberg and block editing. Now, as you search for blocks to build your posts and pages, here are some good places to begin your search.

Being careful with your blocks

It's almost been a year since the new Gutenberg editor was rolled into WordPress core. It's led to an explosion of cool blocks. But you need to be careful when installing them.

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Creating Gutenberg blocks with Advanced Custom Fields

Playing with Gutenberg can be fun. But creating blocks in JavaScript can be tough. But ACF will be giving developers help in the future.

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How to stay on-brand with Gutenberg

One of the best parts of Gutenberg is the power it gives small business over their website. But you need to make sure you still stay on brand.

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After WordPress 5.0 everyone needs to take a breath

WordPress 5.0 came out last week and was met with almost every emotion under the sun. There's at least a bit of a divide in the community. So now what?

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Object-oriented programming in a Gutenberg world

So now that we know why object-oriented programming might be good for your next WordPress plugin, let's try it with a plugin that creates custom Gutenberg blocks.