You’re probably aware that most websites now use the WordPress platform to run and maintain their websites. Gutenberg Editor is more than an editor. It’s also the foundation that’ll revolutionize customization and site building in WordPress.
Most likely you’re using it now.
Recently WordPress made a major overhaul of their editor. It went from the Classic Editor to what they have coined as the Gutenberg Editor.
But here’s the problem. If you do a quick search on the Gutenberg Editor plugin, you will see that it has 1000’s of negative reviews.
This is because even though it is listed as “newbie friendly” – there’s a bit of a learning curve that you have to get over to understand it all.
But now it’s not just a plugin – it’s built in by default into the WordPress admin dashboard.
Most likely you jumped in and thought – “this looks more complex – I want the old Classic Editor back!”
While – we’ll show you how to get the old Classic Editor back – the purpose of this course is to walk you by the hand – literally – step by step – and click by click.
If you can watch and follow the mouse – you will be a pro at the end of the course.
You’ll find the editing experience to be much more enjoyable and productive.
Watch this 9 part video course and learn how to use the Gutenberg Editor to its fullest.
Video 1 – Introduction to Gutenberg and Why?
Let’s talk a little about Gutenberg – the pros and cons. A bird’s eye view of the course and how it is laid out. More importantly – what you need in order to get started.
Video 2 – Quick Overview of User Interface
Before we jump straight in – it’s important to give you a quick overview of the Gutenberg editor so you know what to expect and how we are breaking this down.
Video 3 – Understanding the Types of Blocks
Let’s talk about the different types of blocks before we discuss them in detail.
Video 4 – Using the Sidebar
The sidebar for the Gutenberg editor is located to the right. In this video – we will discuss the different features and what’s available to you.
Video 5 – Common Blocks
There’s a category of blocks called Common Blocks. In this video – we will discuss the different features and what’s available to you.
Video 6 – Formatting Blocks
There’s a category of blocks called Formatting Blocks. In this video – we will discuss the different features and what’s available to you.
Video 7 – Layout Elements
There’s a category called Layout Elements. In this video – we will discuss the different features and what’s available to you.
Video 8 – Not Ready For Gutenberg?
Like many people – you may not be ready of Gutenberg. In fact if you do a search for it – you will find a huge amount of negative reviews. This is because of the learning curve. There are two ways for you to switch back to the old Classi Editor that you may be used to.
Video 9 – More Editor Options
Besides the Gutenberg and Classic editor, there are more editor options available commercially. We’ll discuss your options here and our favorite editor of all time.
This specific training course was designed to help you understand how to use the Gutenberg Editor to its fullest.