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? … [Read more...] about WordPress code editor VS customizer “built-in CSS editor”?
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However, there is still a chance that some plugins and themes may not work well with the new editor. In that case, you can install the classic editor plugin, request the developer to add Gutenberg support, or simply find an alternative plugin or theme. … [Read more...] about How to Use the New WordPress Block Editor (Gutenberg Tutorial)
The content editor makes it easy to add cover images into your posts. Simply add a Cover Image block and then upload the image you want to use. Ideally, it should be a larger image file that looks good in the wide format. … [Read more...] about 16 Tips for Mastering the WordPress Content Editor
October 11th in Wordpress Plugins by Wordpress Jedi . I don’t know about you but I make a lot of changes to my themes and plugins from my WordPress interface. Of course, we are talking about small little changes. WordPress’ backend is simple enough for coders to make sense of their code. But not everyone likes using simple code editors. WP Code Editor Plus is a powerful plugin that enhances your back-end, adding code highlighter, syntax completion and many other cool features to it. … [Read more...] about Enhance WordPress with WP Code Editor Plus
We hope this article helped you to understand the difference between a cover image and a featured image in new WordPress block editor. You may also like to read our article on how to update your old WordPress posts with Gutenberg block editor. … [Read more...] about Cover Image vs. Featured Image in WordPress Block Editor (Beginner’s Guide)