I’ve been talking to a lot of clients lately about migrating their websites to Gutenberg. If you saw my last post on Gutenberg development, you’ll know I’ve been building more and more sites with it recently. Still sticking, stubbornly, to classic editor for my own site(s) though. Eating your own dog food – or dogfooding… read more →

6 Things I Do to Make Gutenberg Development Easier

I was a relatively late adopter to Gutenberg, stubbornly sticking to Classic Editor and a combination of template files and tried & tested tricks to build themes for clients. However, as Gutenberg improved and the demand for more power over builds increased, it made sense to bite the bullet and get stuck in. I’ve now… read more →