With Gutenberg coming full-on to WordPress core soon, I’ve committed to try to learn all I can about it. I may as well face the fact that I am going to have to use it. Honestly, so far, I have not found it to be all that bad.
Convert existing HTML to Gutenberg block – With examples
In this blog post, I’ll take exisitng HTML, consisting of a heading and 2 paragraphs, and convert them to a Gutenberg Block.
Getting a handle on Gutenberg… slowly.
With blogging, I am always on the search for ways to make the whole process easier and more proficient. One thing I discovered long ago, the WordPress default editor leaves a lot to be desired. In my humble opinion at least. I believe it is named the TinyMCE editor but don’t sell the farm on that. That’s how much time I spend (or try not to spend) using it.