Support » Plugin: Gutenberg » Gutenberg will bury the popularity of the WP

  • The plugins written for the classic editor stop working in it. The editor confuses the user. WordPress was very user friendly. Until Gutenberg appears.

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  • WordPress was very user friendly

    Do you really believe that?

    Neil Murray (@buzztone), and you doubt it?)) popularity as well as love of users, a thing rather not a constant. Love after all not developers, and a product. And if the product ceases to be pleasant to an ultimate consumer the consumer starts to search for something the best. Now after all is much and others CMS. And WordPress is in the lead only because has won the top positions in due time and thanks to huge community has a huge kit of additional plug-ins. But if to make a wrong move and to break that evolved for years, popularity can disappear in a flash. Far behind examples it is not necessary to go, we take for an example browser Mozilla Firefox and as it has lost the share in the market, after kernel change and when they have killed the majority of plug-ins.

    I personally think the chances of a significantly successful fork are next to nil.

    The plugins written for the classic editor stop working in it.

    Thank you for pointing this out. I am interested to know which plugins you had trouble with.

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