WordPress 5.5 is approaching quickly, currently scheduled for August/2020. Each release of WordPress, since version 5.0 has made it closer to being fully-usable as a convenient page builder. Now, it looks like more people are making Gutenberg their go-to editor for new sites.
Here is a nice video from Adam Preiser (WPCrafter):
In this video, Adam focuses on three main points:
- The speed and efficiency of the WordPress Block editor (editing and front-end)
- The design capabilities with blocks
- The convenience of learning one tool for everything (Gutenberg)
Adam presents the Kadence Blocks plugin, which adds “page builder” capabilities to WordPress. Toolset has its own set of blocks for a very similar purpose.
Of course, Toolset is fully compatible with every release of WordPress. By the time WordPress 5.5 will be out, Toolset Blocks 1.3 will be live (about 2 weeks from now). We’ll cover what’s new in Blocks 1.3 in the next post.
What’s your impression using Gutenberg? Are you using only Toolset blocks, or do you combine Toolset-based sites with blocks from other plugins? Leave your comments and we’ll get back to you.