I’m wondering about the future of WordPress in regard to block themes. I’m not a fan of the full-site editing feature and I don’t wish to use it on my sites. My clients are already having a difficult time with the block editor for posts and pages. I don’t want them to potentially have the ability to mess with the overall site appearance. I tell all my clients not to log in to the Admin account, but I can’t control what they do once I turn the site over to them.
It sounds like translation is more complex with block themes as well.
So I wish to use only non-block themes on my sites, but I’m wondering if they will eventually go away. In the future, will we still have the option to choose non-block themes, or will WordPress eventually support block themes only, forcing us all to use the full-site editing feature?
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