Our newest block, the Post/Grid Carousel, will give you all the flexibility you could ever need when it comes to beautifully displaying your blog posts. It allows you to customize everything from the layout design to the excerpt title and footer. You can even create a custom designed blog grid by individually selecting specific posts.
We are always looking for ways to enhance our products and make them even more efficient for our customers (that’s you!). We recently have added four new features to our Kadence Gutenberg Blocks plugin. You can now preconfigure your Kadence block settings, and, when using a two columns layout, you will have granular control, allowing you to drag your columns to the dimensions you want. We’ve also added the ability to highlight text in the advanced header block and set text colors and hover colors for specific rows.
We have officially launched our Kadence Blocks Pro plugin for Gutenberg and we’re so excited about it! If you haven’t worked with our Kadence Blocks – Gutenberg Pagebuilder Toolkit plugin you can find it here. We’re convinced you’ll love it! So convinced, actually, that we’ve created a pro version with even more powerful features!
Kadence Blocks now offers a plethora of prebuilt layouts to give your design within the new blocks editor a head start. Unsure of what elements are needed to make a great layout in the new editor? Simply choose from the list of awesome prebuilt page layouts, insert your custom content into the blocks, and in no time, you’ll have beautifully formed content on your block editor powered site.
Gutenberg is shaping up to be more and more useful every day. With new plugins that add great new blocks and tools to the editor being released, you shouldn’t have any trouble building any kind of layout you like with the new editor. Take a look at these awesome tools to improve Gutenberg today!
We’ve added a new feature to our Kadence Gutenberg Blocks! We would like to introduce the new Tabs Block. At Kadence Themes, we are always looking for ways to improve our products. We don’t just want to produce well-coded themes and plugins, but we want to give our customers stunning features that are getting better all the time. Gutenberg has gotten quite a bit of negative feedback. As it turns out, people just don’t like change. Because of this, we have been working extra hard to make this transition smooth and easy for everyone.
If you have been working with WordPress for any amount of time, it is likely that you have come across an incompatibility issue at one point or another. WordPress is always changing and it is key that you are using themes and plugins that are changing with it. The changes that are coming with WordPress 5.0 and the new Gutenberg editor are a bit more drastic than that of your average WordPress update. Gutenberg is not just a new editor for WordPress. It is laying an entirely new groundwork for how WordPress operates.
Gutenberg is packed full of useful features to allow you more control over your editing experience. To access some of them, you need to find the “More” options area at the top right of your editor.
If you have not had a chance to try out our Kadence Bocks – Gutenberg Page Builder Toolkit plugin yet, there’s no time like the present! We are so excited about our new plugin and truly believe it to be a huge asset for the Gutenberg editor. We have been hard at work to ensure that this plugin is ready to go before the release of WordPress 5.0 so that you can be a step ahead of the game.
With the launch of Gutenberg coming with WordPress 5.0, we have had lots of inquiries regarding our themes readiness. Not only are we ready for this launch, but we are also excited about it! There’s always a learning curve that comes with change, but we believe that the Gutenberg editor will actually be a great asset to WordPress. That said, we have taken the initiative to make working with Gutenberg even simpler for our theme users. We have added Gutenberg support in five key areas that will make working with Gutenberg easier.
Some of my biggest qualms with Gutenberg were that it felt as though a lot of seemingly basic features that are built into our favorite page builders were missing from the editor. At least that’s what I thought. As it turns out, some of those necessities that seemed to be missing are actually already built into the plugin. Althgouh, not as intuitively accessible as one may hope.
What is Gutenberg?
Gutenberg Editor is a brand new editor set to replace the current WordPress Editor. It is intended to upgrade the writing experience within WordPress and will become a part of WP core in version 5.0. While there has been a lot of mixed opinions surrounding the update, the core team is committed to this upgrade, and it is planned to go into effect sometime in 2018.
Whether you’re happy about it and cannot wait to learn the new editor, or you’re going to revert to the old editor asap via a plugin, you should at the very least have an idea of what to expect when the new editor becomes part of WordPress core. If you haven’t already tested Gutenberg, I strongly recommend doing so here at this test site. You can also download and install the plugin onto your own site via the plugin here.