For the longest time, you’ve been writing your WordPress posts in the open source TinyMCE Editor that’s included in the core WordPress software. Sometime soon, likely WordPress 5.0, that’s slated to change with the introduction of the brand new Gutenberg Editor. Yes, the WordPress team is in the process of completely changing the content creation experience. It’s a pretty big deal. Just recently, the team released the beta version of the Gutenberg Editor to the public. It’s listed on WordPress.org, so you can try it out for yourself (though don’t do that on a production site). But before you run off to experiment, I thought I’d dig in and give you my very own Gutenberg Editor review. Separating Feelings For This Gutenberg Editor Review Until the very end of this review, I’m going to separate my feelings on: Gutenberg as a WordPress Editor Gutenberg as the default WordPress Editor This is an important distinction because I think it’s entirely possible to enjoy the Gutenberg Editor experience…while still not wanting it to replace the default TinyMCE Editor that WordPress currently uses. So, let’s start with a look at the
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