Gutenberg has made massive strides in 2018. It continues to evolve into what we hope will be a worthy core editor later this year with the release of WordPress 5.0. We’re doing our bit for the Gutenberg future of WordPress by adding compatibility to all our products. This will be available as a free update before Gutenberg is merged into the WordPress core. Just like we made our Widgets Bundle widgets available to other page builder plugins, we’re making all our widgets Gutenberg compatible. So you can add our buttons, tabbed layout, maps, etc. to your Gutenberg pages. The thing we’re most excited about though, is that we’re making our Layout widget available as a Gutenberg block. The SiteOrigin Layout block gives you the full power of SiteOrigin Page Builder, so you’ll be able to create fully nested, columnized, widgetized content, with advanced row, column and widget styling right inside Gutenberg. Why are we doing this? Gutenberg is taking a more conservative approach to page building, which means there are designs and layouts that you just won’t be able to achieve. The SiteOrigin Layout block fills all those gaps, by allowing you to create advanced
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