Support » Plugin: Gutenberg » Not too sure

  • asha23

    (@asha23)



    As long as it’s not forced on me, it might be a good thing. Still undecided.

    I’m pretty sure that I won’t be using it for a while though, as I like to control what my clients add to the websites I build. Things turn messy very quickly otherwise.

    For wordpress.com this could be amazing though.

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  • Plugin Author Gary Pendergast

    (@pento)

    Thank you for the feedback, @asha32!

    For existing client sites, you may want to look at the Classic Editor plugin. This will allow your existing clients to continue with the same editing experience they’re familiar with.

    For new clients, Gutenberg actually lets you control what they add to their site in a much cleaner and friendlier way than the current editor makes you. Check out this post on Gutenberg templates. The APIs for this are still being fleshed out, but you should expect to have fine grained control over which blocks are available, how they’re laid out, and how they can be moved, added, or removed.

    asha23

    (@asha23)

    It all hinges on how it plays with ACF – If this works hand in hand then I’ll be using it.

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