As you may all know, Gutenberg is now not just a WordPress editor. Recently, WordPress has the ambition of making Gutenberg also a page builder, a useful tool to build up a WordPress website. Following this tendency, web developers have created numerous plugins, added many blocks, layouts, settings,... to satisfy the demands of developers and website owners. Using these plugins along with themes made for Gutenberg will definitely help users and developers create websites, landing pages, or any page as well as publish posts at ease.
In the previous post, we have created a custom menu that allows restaurant owners to easily change the menu dishes. However, this is the way for websites that use the Elementor page builder only. In case you don’t want to spend money to buy this plugin, you can use Gutenberg instead. It's free, but you need to use a few lines of code. Let’s read detailed instructions in this article.
Last week, we introduced MB Blocks, a plugin that allows you to create Gutenberg blocks with just PHP. Today, we're happy to announce that you can now build Gutenberg blocks visually with Meta Box Builder. That means you don't have to write any single line of PHP code. Everything can be done with the Meta Box Builder UI.
We're happy to announce that our latest extension for Meta Box - MB Blocks is now available for download. This extension allows you to create custom Gutenberg block with only PHP. There's no need to learn React, Webpack or Babel. Everything is straight-forward and very easy for Meta Box users.
To increase the compatibility and easily develop new extensions for Meta Box, we have implemented the major version 5.0.0. This version has a number of major changes and may not be backward compatible. In case you see any problem, please let us know or roll back to an older version.
Happy New Year from Meta Box team!
Another year has passed and we are so grateful and excited to confidently tell you that we have been growing a lot since 2017. Hope you all had a remarkable year of 2018 as well and now join us to take a look at what we have achieved so far.
WordPress 5.0 has just been released, however, not everyone loves the new block editor - Gutenberg. This article will guide you how to simply disable Gutenberg with just one line of code, no plugins needed.
As you might know, WordPress 5.0 with new block editor - Gutenberg - will be released tomorrow. It's just one day before WordCamp US, where Matt will announce the "State of the Word" 2018. It's also just a few days before the Christmas holiday. So, we do not recommend you to upgrade your production sites at this time. In this post, let's see the current state of Gutenberg and its compatibility with Meta Box.