This article is about what I believe is the most important issue in WordPress right now: the need for a better post editing experience. This article is a personal statement about what I believe is the most important issue in WordPress right now: the need for a better post editing experience. It’s fairly long, because I found that I couldn’t write about the topic without trying to synthesize a lot of what I believe is true about how the WordPress landscape works and how it evolves. If I’m wrong about some things, it wouldn’t be the first time (or the last), but I do hope it inspires discussion and action within the WordPress community. Some terminology notes: “Post” is meant in the broad WordPress sense of all post types—pages, (blog) posts, and custom post types—and not in the narrower sense of just blog posts. The WordPress post editor, often called just the “editor,” is the default backend tool for administering post content in WordPress. The Front-End Editor is a tool (currently a plugin) that allows post authoring and administration directly on the front-end (the user-visible part) of a site. The Current State of Post Editing in WordPress Last week, Jeff Chandler of WP Tavern wrote
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