I needed to make some CSS changes to my WordPress site earlier and opened the WordPress editor inside "Appearance": Appearance > Editor > someCssFile.css Inside the editor page, there's a notice on top of the page that says: Did you know? There’s no need to change your CSS here — you can edit and live preview CSS changes in the built-in CSS editor. Other than the live preview feature, are there any other kind of differences (performance or otherwise) between the customizer "built-in CSS editor" and the WordPress code editor that is available in Appearance? And which of the two takes precedence if duplicate CSS style properties exist on both? … [Read more...] about WordPress code editor VS customizer “built-in CSS editor”?
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Last updated on December 26th, 2018 by Editorial Staff In WordPress 5.0, the classic content editor was replaced with a brand new block editor, known as Gutenberg. Since then, several of our readers have asked us to create a comprehensive tutorial on how to use the Gutenberg block editor in WordPress. WordPress block editor is a totally new and different way of creating content in WordPress. In this tutorial, we will show you how to use the new WordPress block editor and master it to create visually stunning blog posts and pages. What’s The Difference Between Block Editor (Gutenberg) and Classic Editor? Before we dive into the new editor, let’s first compare and understand the differences between Gutenberg Block Editor and the Classic Editor. Here is what the classic editor in WordPress looked like: If you upgrade to WordPress 5.0, then this is what the new block editor looks like: As you can see, they are two completely different editors for creating content in … [Read more...] about How to Use the New WordPress Block Editor (Gutenberg Tutorial)
Last updated on June 14th, 2019 by Editorial Staff Majority of WordPress users spend most of their time using the content editor to write posts and create pages. WordPress comes with an intuitive Gutenberg block editor that is very easy to use. However, as a power user, you can significantly increase your productivity by learning some of the lesser-known tricks. This would allow you to create highly engaging content in less time. In this article, we will share our expert-tips for mastering the WordPress content editor. These tips will teach you how to use the WordPress content editor like a pro. 1. Learning The Basic Blocks Blocks are the main building elements of the WordPress content editor, which is why it is sometimes referred to as the block editor. Each element inside your content is made up of blocks. By default, WordPress comes with plenty of commonly used blocks such as paragraph, lists, images, galleries, and more. You can use these blocks to create beautiful content … [Read more...] about 16 Tips for Mastering the WordPress Content Editor
Last updated on January 18th, 2019 by Editorial Staff WordPress 5.0 was released with the brand new Gutenberg block editor and a host of cool features. One of them is the Cover block, which lets you add cover images to your posts and pages. This feature has confused some users because it may seem similar to the Featured Image option which has been in WordPress since WordPress 2.9. In this article, we’ll explain the differences between cover image vs. featured image in WordPress block editor. What is a Cover Image? A cover image is usually a wide image used as a cover photo for a new section in a blog post or page. It is part of the overall article. You can use a cover image when you’re starting a new section or a new story within your article. With the Cover block in WordPress, you can add text and color overlay on your cover image. By adding an appropriate color overlay that matches your theme color or content’s mood, you can make your article more engaging. … [Read more...] about Cover Image vs. Featured Image in WordPress Block Editor (Beginner’s Guide)