Gutenberg Editor

The Gutenberg Editor is often known simply as the block editor. It launched with WordPress 5.0 in 2019.

Gutenberg replaced the “Classic Editor” and introduced a different way of creating content in WordPress.

Blocks are content elements that you add to the edit screen to create content layouts. Each item you add to your post or page is a block.

You can add blocks for each paragraph, images, videos, galleries, audio, lists, and more. There are blocks for most normal content elements, and more can be added by plugins such a PublishPress Blocks.

PublishPress Makes it Easy to Find Reusable Blocks / Synced Patterns

The latest version of PublishPress Blocks has a submenu for “Synced Patterns”. This feature was previously called “Reusable Blocks”. This submenu allows you to reach the “Synced Patterns” / “Reusable blocks” page screen that is normally difficult to find in WordPress. These patterns are an incredibly useful feature in the Gutenberg block editor. They allow…

Block Access Allows You to Control Blocks for User Roles

“Block Access” is one of the most popular features in the PublishPress Blocks plugin. This feature allows you to control which blocks are available to different user roles. For example, if you want to prevent some user roles from adding “Table” blocks, you can block them from doing that with this feature. In version 2.10…

What is the upload_files permission in WordPress?

The “upload_files” capability is one of the most important in WordPress. If users don’t have the “upload_files” capability, they completely lose access to the Media Library. They can’t upload files or even browse media on your site. If users do not have the “upload_files” capability, this image below shows what they will see when they use…