Support » Theme: Hemingway » Hemingway and Gutenberg

  • Theme Author Anders Norén

    (@anlino)



    Hi, Hemingway users!

    A couple of minutes ago, I submitted version 1.67 of Hemingway. If you’re still using the Classic Editor to write your posts, everything should stay exactly the same after you’ve installed the update. If you’ve made the jump to the upcoming Gutenberg editor, which is in beta and can be installed as a plugin, version 1.67 should be a marked improvement. Version 1.66 introduces Gutenberg support to Hemingway.

    If you’re using Gutenberg with Hemingway, the editor should now be styled to match the Hemingway front-end. The color palette in Gutenberg has been updated with colors matching the theme (and your custom accent color, if you’ve selected one), and the new elements introduced in Gutenberg – pull quotes, cover images, and so on – have styling on the Hemingway front-end.

    If you’re using Gutenberg with Hemingway, please let me know in this thread how it’s working for you after this update. Hemingway is the first of my themes to get Gutenberg support, so there are probably some hard edges in there. Gutenberg isn’t feature complete yet, so the Gutenberg support in Hemingway will probably need to be amended a couple of times before Gutenberg is released. Any and all feedback is welcome.

    If you’re using Hemingway buy haven’t given Gutenberg a try yet, I hope you might considering doing so now that Hemingway has support for it. You can read more about Gutenberg here, and install it through Plugins → Add New in the administration panel of your WordPress installation.

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