Howdy traveler! My name is Mike McAlister and I run Array Themes, a WordPress theme shop known for crafting pixel-perfect WordPress themes for creative professionals, writers, businesses, and more. We’ve spent the last 10 years perfecting our craft, building products that adhere to strict standards and work out of the box in any install of WordPress. Although we’ve tried our best with Array to create WordPress products that “just work,” I’ve always wanted a little more from the WordPress editing experience. Historically, creating content in WordPress has consisted of adding your content to the TinyMCE editor box, using shortcodes, using metabox fields, and all kinds of other roundabout and seemingly disconnected ways of composing a post or page. With Array, we’ve done our best to work within these limitations and, in my opinion, we’ve done a good job of that. Enter Gutenberg Unless you’ve been living under a rock during the past six months (not that there’s anything wrong with that), you’ve almost certainly heard about Gutenberg. Gutenberg is the working-title for the new block-based editor coming to WordPress 5.0, expected
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