Christmas is just around the corner and the new WordPress update is a real gift for developers and website users everywhere. Webrevolve’s Front End Developer Kyle Maguire takes a look at what we can all look forward to.
Each time a new version of WordPress rolls out, it’s fair to say it brings with it something of a buzz. However, few versions in the past have created as much of a stir as WordPress 5.0 thanks to the introduction of some rather fascinating features.
Long-term users of WordPress will be more than aware that there have been several changes to the platform down the years. The 4.9 ‘Tipton’ update allowed users to schedule design changes so they can go live at later dates while WordPress 4.8 brought with it three dedicated media widgets for image, audio, and video files.
All pretty insignificant changes in the scheme of things, which did little to change the user experience of WordPress, but all that is about to change with the release of WordPress 5.0. and a certain Gutenberg Editor.