• I’m optimistic about Gutenberg’s future, but I’m a little confused about whether we should continue with the old or start with the new

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  • Moderator Kathryn Presner

    (@zoonini)

    Hi @mohammed313 – glad to hear your optimism about the block editor. 🙂

    Just let me know a bit more a bit more specifically about what you’re wondering about and I’ll be glad to try to help clear up your confusion.

    Thread Starter mohammed313

    (@mohammed313)

    Thank you

    I am wondering at the moment should I build my site with Gutenberg using the default theme or using a third party like Kadence + Kadence block or using traditional site builders like Divi..etc

    what is your advice

    Moderator Kathryn Presner

    (@zoonini)

    @mohammed313 Excellent questions!

    I’d very much encourage you to give the Site Editor a try, without additional plugins or site builders, and see if you’re able to accomplish your goal. The fewer dependencies on third-party site builders and blocks, the more future-proof your site will be, and you’ll also learn valuable skills that help get you more comfortable with the future of WordPress core.

    I’ve put together some resources for getting going with Site Editing (formerly Full Site Editing) with block themes like Twenty Twenty-Three here:

    https://wordpress.org/support/topic/support-resources-for-twenty-twenty-three/

    Let me know if you have any other questions, I’m happy to try to help.

    Thread Starter mohammed313

    (@mohammed313)

    Thank you

    I want to build a multi-teacher learning management site for my students, I have no coding knowledge, so will I have to use third party blocks? or not ?

    I know I might need one of the lms plugins…

    Do you have any other advice in this regard and regarding my goal that I want to achieve? Of course, every piece of advice will be useful, and we take it and study it seriously.

    Moderator Kathryn Presner

    (@zoonini)

    ant to build a multi-teacher learning management site for my students, I have no coding knowledge, so will I have to use third party blocks? or not ?

    I know I might need one of the lms plugins…

    If you want to run courses directly on your site, you’ll definitely want to look into an LMS plugin. I’d suggest looking for a plugin that comes with blocks, and ideally also one that’s compatible with block themes like Twenty Twenty-Two or Twenty Twenty-Three. If you’re not sure, you can ask the plugin developers directly.

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