This week I ran into a practical problem with WordPress’ default button blocks being simply too large for certain situations. Fortunately, extending Gutenberg blocks isn’t too difficult. Following the Gutenberg Handbook I’ll be adding to my existing files. These files have been enqueued previously to my theme.
With the release of WordPress 5.0 in early December 2018 web developers were forced to make a decision, install the Classic Editor plugin and continue to enjoy the post editor we’ve used for years or jump the new block editor experience. However, I quickly found a few of my themes were not ready.
Placing the following PHP code snippet below in your theme’s funtions.php file will disable a WordPress feature that attempts to automatically redirect a bad url to an actual post or page with a similar url. Please note, if there are any broken links to your website or it’s pages that benefit from this feature it […]
WordPress is a like a free buffet. You can do a lot very cheaply; but if you don’t know what you’re doing it will cost you later. 💩 — Joseph Dickson
As I eagerly await WordPress 5.0 and its integration of the Gutenberg block editor there were several features that I found troubling from the standpoint of a web designer and developer. All of which are the result of too many options for the end user. I work in an enterprise environment so many of these […]