Support » Plugin: Gutenberg Manager » Clarify that current editor will still be in WordPress

  • Resolved vaughanprint

    (@vaughanprint)


    Can you clarify something. My understanding is that Gutenberg is a REACT override of the current editor and that we can disable it by either using a plugin like yours or use other methods to make WordPress fall back to using the current editor, for example by putting the following in functions.php:

    add_filter(‘gutenberg_can_edit_post_type’, ‘__return_false’);

    I have tested that with the Gutenberg plugin enabled and it works

    Gutenberg Times has a post listing all options:

    https://gutenbergtimes.com/10-methods-to-avoid-gutenberg-on-your-website/

    I note from this article that it is planed to change the name of the filter I have above to something else on the release of WordPress 5 which is a bit aggravating.

    I see some people are under the illusion that only Gutenberg will be in core and that you need the Classic Editor plugin to actually re-install the current editor. Do you know if this is what the people working on WordPress are intending to do as far as I can see the Classic Editor plugin and others like yours just disable the Gutenberg experience.

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  • Plugin Author unCommons

    (@uncommons)

    Hello there,

    we just released the v1.5 so Gutenberg Manager is now compatible with WP 5.x.

    We are working hard to add many new blocks to the Editor so stay tuned 🙂

    About your question I can say that using our plugin you can disable Gutenberg Editor and use the classic editor instead (we tested it against all issues and possibilities).

    Cheers

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