The launch of WordPress 5.0 in late 2018 was arguably the most anticipated release in WordPress’ 15-year history. This was based in no small part on the introduction of Gutenberg, the new block-based post editor, which became the default editor in all versions of WordPress after 5.0 was launched. While Gutenberg is feature-rich and makes it easier for people with a non-technical background—e.g. marketers, content creators, etc.— to quickly build high-performing, great-looking websites, there are still questions surrounding best practices and the ideal ways to put the new editor to use. The Genesis Framework, which is available to WP Engine customers at no extra charge, provides Gutenberg-specific features that developers can leverage when building their own websites, pages, and child themes.
Check out this ebook for more information about how to you can get the most out of WordPress and the new Gutenberg editor by using the Genesis Framework.