This week a new version was released of our team showcase plugin for WordPress, called a-staff. The main focus of this new version was to make it compatible with the new WordPress post editor, Gutenberg. However, beside adding our Gutenberg blocks to a-staff there are several other new improvements, too…
Yearly Archives: 2018
Gutenberg: first impressions as a user
Gutenberg will be the default editor of WordPress 5.0, which is likely to be released during the 2nd half of 2018 (maybe as early as in August, according to Matt Mullenweg’s announcement at WordCamp EU 2018).
To be honest, up till this month Gutenberg has been a pretty grey area for me. I know, yes, that we all have to learn it as this tool is designated to be the future of WordPress. But I was always like “Hey, it doesn’t really look like something that’s gonna be released soon, so better not worry about it yet”.
However, Matt’s announcement has made it clear: the release date of WP 5.0 with Gutenberg is imminent. So I’d better dive into it as quickly as possible…
News: site update and plugin updates
This is just a short update. Although our site wasn’t updated in the past 4 months, there had been a lot of stuff going on behind the curtains.
What is Codeable, who is it for and how can it help you
In a previous post I’ve written that I was selected as a Codeable Expert. Now let’s see what this website – codeable.io – is about. Was it made for you? If yes, how can it help you and how to use it.
What is Codeable?
Codeable is a web portal that collects the best WordPress Experts: developers, site builders, SEO Experts and designers – and connects them with clients. However, Codeable is more than just yet another freelancer site. To become a Codeable Expert, a developer has to go through a long entry process. At the end only the top 2% of the applicants are approved. This is how they assure the quality of their service.