WordPress 5.0 and Gutenberg Ultimate Cheat Sheet
- The first feature: Gutenberg Editor
- The second feature: Twenty Nineteen theme
- WordPress 5.0 and Gutenberg Quick Start
- Third-party Gutenberg plugins
- WordPress Gutenberg Themes
- WordPress 5.0 and Gutenberg Timeline (Changelog)
WordPress is constantly evolving to provide users the best service possible. It is an open source software which gathered a huge community of developers who love the platform and do a great job to make it even better. WordPress team members understand that following the latest trends is the only way to stay up to date, convenient and effective. That’s why every major update includes some serious changes that keep WP modern. So was the WordPress 5.0, which was named for jazz singer Bebo.
This launch was really long-awaited. Gutenberg Editor that was included to 5.0 version was announced well before and the audience already tires of waiting. However, December 6, 2018, WordPress 5.0 “Bebo” was finally released and became one of the most discussed events of the winter 2018-2019. So, let’s take a look at what a new version has brought.
The first feature: Gutenberg Editor
The popularity of drag-and-drop page builders was constantly growing over the last few years. They are convenient, they are simple and they allow to reduce the time for website creation even for the beginners. That’s why WordPress decided to build their own page builder, Gutenberg Editor, and make a huge step forward in simplification of the website creation.
Why is Gutenberg WordPress Editor such a novelty? Well, everyone who worked with WordPress classic editor would know the answer to this question. The old editor was simple, but if compare it with Elementor Page Builder or Visual Composer it was like a horse driven cart near a sports car. It had enough functionality for beginners and simple blogs owners, but lots of starters and experienced web-developers preferred to use page builders. So, the decision about building WordPress default page builder was really great – it would help the platform to attract more novices to web-development.
Now, in WordPress 5.0, Gutenberg Editor is a default software which opens every time you want to create a new page or post. Those who like classic WP page creator could switch it on with a specialized plugin – Classic Editor. Though, without it, you will start enjoying Gutenberg advantages right after updating to the newest version.
- It is block-based. Every page’s structure could be built with drag-and-dropping simple blocks to the main field. You can move, re-shape and customize them according to your taste and to fit the rest of the design. Every piece of content, placed on the page, will be dwelling in its own block, so you will be able to change the look simply dragging and moving them to other location.
- There are lots of blocks and community adds some new every day. Since WP is an open source software – everyone could add new blocks. And that means that the number of available useful elements will be growing rapidly.
- There is a functionality to embed content from external services. YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and much other social media content could now be embedded in any part of the page quickly and easily. Besides that, it will be embedded with the styling that is used for a specific external service, not just as a link or text.
- Plugins and extensions for Gutenberg already started to appear. For example, there is now a JetGuten plugin, the first one created not for Elementor, but to expand the capabilities of Gutenberg.
Will Gutenberg Editor be a Death of Other Page Builders?
Even if that is true it won’t happen in at least a few nearest years. The current projects would have to adapt to the new WordPress editor and that would take some time. Besides this, only the competition between products empowers progress and evolution. Microsoft has its own web-browser, but lots of people prefer Mozilla, Chrome or Opera. It is a matter of taste and usefulness.
The second feature: Twenty Nineteen theme
New website building tools need new themes that will be compatible with them. A lot of templates creating companies start creating Gutenberg-compatible templates from the moment it was offered for testing with the WordPress 4.8.2 release. TemplateMonster team was one of them and that’s why we had themes that work perfectly with new Editor from the moment it was officially launched.
However, WordPress by itself also build default themes that fit perfectly to all the updates of the platform. Twenty Nineteen was created for a Gutenberg Editor. It is simple so that you can customize it any way you like. All the content of it is already sorted to blocks, so it will be easy to make changes. The template is also suited to all other modern requirements. It is light and will load quickly, it is responsive and will look perfect on all devices and it is compatible with all popular browsers. Finally – it is versatile, which means you can use it for any type of website and every niche. If you can’t afford a premium template - Twenty Nineteen is a quite nice choice.
WordPress 5.0 and Gutenberg Quick Start
So, you updated your website to the 5.0 version and want to start creating a post. Gutenberg is now a default app and if you haven’t installed the Classic Editor plugin you will see the page builder’s work field every time after clicking “Add new” button. Let’s figure out what all those buttons mean and what one could do with them.
1 – Add block. As it was said previously, Gutenberg Editor is block-based. This button will open a drop-down menu with all available blocks sorted to the understandable categories.
2 – Undo. That’s obvious, it cancels the last action, just as Ctrl + Z keyboard combination.
3 – Redo. It’s also clear, this button cancels the last canceling and make the page turn back to the state it was before undoing (and on the keyboard, it will be Ctrl + Shift + Z).
4 – Content structure. In the drop-down tile it shows how many words are there on the page, how many headings, paragraphs, and blocks were used.
5 – Block Navigation. It lists the blocks you use for the page. Clicking on the concrete block will open that block for editing and move the work page to it. You can call it with the Shift + Alt + O keyboard combination.
6 – Edit with… If you have any other Page Builder, the button to edit the post or page with its help will appear on that place.
7 – Add title. Here you will be able to type the title of the page or post.
8 – Add block (x2). All the next elements are part of the first block of the post. You can what block it will be with this button.
9 – Text. That’s also obvious, you can start typing your text there or paste a piece you prepared previously.
10 – Add Image. It will help you to insert a picture into the post or page.
11 – Add Gallery. The gaze as the previous one but inserts a gallery of chosen pictures.
12 – Add Heading. It will add a subheading to text or some headings to the page.
All the settings that were on the right side toolbar stay almost the same. The most significant difference is that the “Preview” and “Publish” buttons are now on the sticky top menu. It is very convenient because you don’t have to scroll the whole post up to publish it anymore.
Gutenberg Keyboard Shortcuts
Lots of website creators and developers prefer to use keyboard shortcuts while working on the site. It saves loads of time and makes the process more convenient. If you will learn them (or at least a few of them) the website building will become much easier.
Gutenberg Editor interface shortcuts
- Undo – Ctrl + Z
- Redo – Ctrl + Shift + Z
- Open Block Navigation - Shift + Alt + O
- Select the nearest toolbar (“Add block” upper button becomes selected) - Alt + F10
- Move to next part of editor (it selects the whole section) - Ctrl + ' or Shift + Alt + N
- Move to previous part of editor (it also selects the whole section) - Ctrl + Shift + ' or Shift + Alt + P
- Show or hide settings right-side toolbar - Ctrl + Shift + ,
- Save current draft - Ctrl + S
- Switch between Visual (what will be seen on the screen) and HTML editor - Ctrl + Shift + Alt +M
Separate blocks shortcuts
Inside the post body section, you can move using the arrows. When a concrete block is selected you can:
- Duplicate that block - Ctrl + Shift + D
- Delete the block - Shift + Alt + Z
- Insert new block before the selected one - Ctrl + Alt + T
- Insert new block after the selected one - Ctrl + Alt + Y
- Change block type - / + "Name of block" (actually, when you type / in the text field it opens the drop-down menu with the block types automatically)
Text section shortcuts
In general, they are completely the same you used to when working with Word or another text editor. The copying can be done with Ctrl + C, pasting with Ctrl + V, you can make the text bold (Ctrl + B), italic (Ctrl + I), underlined (Ctrl + U) or strikethrough (Shift + Alt + D). Besides that, you can:
- Select all content in block (text and images) - Ctrl + A
- Select all content in post (in all blocks) - Ctrl + A x2
- Undo selection – Esc
- Insert a link (if you select a part of the text before using this shortcut it will attach a hyperlink to the chosen text) - Ctrl + K
Just as in the Classic Editor, WordPress 5 and Gutenberg allow the user to edit the raw HTML code. There are two ways of shifting to the Code Editor from the Visual builder. The first one is to use the keyboard shortcut - Ctrl + Shift + Alt +M. It is fast and convenient but if you don’t remember the combination the second way looks more obvious. Click the “More tools” button (in the shape of three dots) and choose “Code Editor” option.
Some companies already created plugins that add some additional blocks to the Gutenberg menu. However, there are also lots of default blocks and that is quite enough to create a nice website. Let’s take a look at what will be available for you right after you finish updating your WordPress.
- Paragraph (that’ a simple text block)
- Cover image
- Heading (from H2 to H4)
- Code (for displaying code)
- Classic (the “old” WordPress editor)
- Custom HTML (for inserting raw HTML code to the page)
- Verse (to display poetry)
- Media & Text (to show pictures or video side-by-side with the text)
- More (to create expandable blocks)
- Page Break
- Latest Comments
- Latest Posts
- Tag Cloud
- Embed (for custom media)
- Speaker Deck
- Amazon Kindle
Third-party Gutenberg plugins
Many of the companies who create plugins and website templates started to prepare new items the next day WordPress team announced Gutenberg launch. That’s why right the same day it was finally released – products that were compatible with appeared on the market. And of course, there were plugins that extended the capabilities of Gutenberg and add some useful blocks to its menu. Here is a list of the most useful of them:
It was created by ZEMEZ, the team that created lots of plugins for Elementor Page Builder. It adds nine great widgets to the menu: countdown timer, circle progress, banners, advanced map, animated box, pricing tables, progress bar, inline SVG and image comparison. The template is supported 24/7 by a professional tech support team that is the best on the current market.
This Gutenberg plugin was created by JoomUnited team. It is free and adds to the blocks menu 21 new positions, including the latest slider, advanced contact form, testimonials, social media buttons, and Gutenberg post summary.
It is a creation of the Brandstorm Force team and it is also free. The blocks have a pixel-perfect design and are easy to use. It adds 22 widgets to the list, among which is a table of contents, posts carousel, content timeline, “Call to action” button and icon list.
The team that creates this plugin is also called Atomic Blocks. The plugin package includes the instruction file so you will be able to understand how it works. It offers 14 new blocks for the Gutenberg, like a newsletter, post grid, accordion, drop cap or inline notice.
Automattic team created a great product that will make the online store creation faster and easier. The 8 blocks it offers, like featured products, bestselling products, top rated or on-sale items, will help you to build an eCommerce website without almost any efforts.
This great plugin was created by Gambit Technologies, Ink team and is constantly updated. It offers 23 additional widgets for the Gutenberg blocks menu, such as card, notification, number box, divider, spacer, container and separator blocks.
WordPress Gutenberg Themes
Besides, actually, the Twenty Nineteen default WordPress theme that was created especially for the Gutenberg Editor there are other templates that are compatible with it. In fact, almost every fresh template nowadays is made Gutenberg compatible (it is a default app now, so everyone has to adapt very quickly). Many template marketplaces started to offer themes that will work with the new WP page builder even before it was launched. TemplateMonster marketplace was completely ready when the WordPress 5.0 was finally released and has a huge variety of Gutenberg themes – check them out!
WordPress 5.0 and Gutenberg Timeline
- WordPress 5.0.1 Security Release (December 13, 2018)
- WordPress 5.0.2 Maintenance Release (December 19, 2018)
- WordPress 5.0.3 Maintenance Release (January 9, 2019)
- WordPress 5.1 Beta 1 (January 11, 2019)
- WordPress 5.1 Beta 2 (January 22, 2019)
- WordPress 5.1 Beta 3 (January 31, 2019)
- WordPress 5.1 Release Candidate (February 8, 2019)
- WordPress 5.1 Release Candidate 2 (February 19, 2019)
- WordPress 5.1 “Betty” (February 21, 2019)
- WordPress 5.1.1 Security and Maintenance Release (March 12, 2019)
- WordPress 5.2 Beta 1 (March 27, 2019)
- WordPress 5.2 Beta 2 (April 9, 2019)
- WordPress 5.2 Beta 3 (April 12, 2019)
- WordPress 5.2 Release Candidate (April 26, 2019)
- WordPress 5.2 RC 2 (May 2, 2019)
- WordPress 5.2 “Jaco” (May 7, 2019)
WordPress 5.0.1 Security Release (December 13, 2018)
This version fixes about 7 bugs found by different developers that could have affected the safety of the website’s data. Ong them were access, scripting and exposure vulnerabilities that from that time were solved.
WordPress 5.0.2 Maintenance Release (December 19, 2018)
With this release, 73 bugs in total were fixed. The main task of the developers for this stage was to improve the performance of the block editor. As a result – 330% speed improvement for the post that has 200 blocks. Besides that, developers team fixed lots of Block Editor-related issues and some of the internationalization problems.
WordPress 5.0.3 Maintenance Release (January 9, 2019)
This update fixes, in general, 37 bugs and do 7 performance updates. For this stage, the main focus remained on polishing the block editor and catching all possible minor and major bugs. Among the block editor problems, a few PHP bugs and file uploading issues were solved too.
WordPress 5.1 Beta 1 (January 11, 2019)
Use it only on test servers, because the code is still “under construction”. The developers' team started to test the Site Health Check project, so every volunteer is welcome.
WordPress 5.1 Beta 2 (January 22, 2019)
Use it only on test servers, because the code is still “under construction”. Since Beta 1 developers closed 110 tickets. Some Site Health Check and language issues have been removed. Well done!
WordPress 5.1 Beta 3 (January 31, 2019)
Use it only on test servers, because the code is still “under construction”. In the Site Health Check project was found a few security vulnerabilities, so now the team is working on them. Some of the block editor bugs will never bother users again. Some difference in the behavior behind a classic block and classic editor is also no longer a problem.
WordPress 5.1 Release Candidate (February 8, 2019)
This is still not a final variant, but this update could be used on the main site without any worries. The 5.1 is, actually, ready, but with this update, WordPress team makes the final fine-tuning, just in case someone will find some bug. The 5.1 release is going to launch the Site Health – software that will inform website administrators about the outdated PHP versions. It will also check if the installed plugins require PHP version compatible with the one you have on your website. Looking forward to seeing the final release!
WordPress 5.1 Release Candidate 2 (February 19, 2019)
It is almost there; the WordPress 5.1 version will be available February 21. This release candidate includes final “About” page design and a bunch of HTTP, comment system and styling fixes.
WordPress 5.1 “Betty” (February 21, 2019)
As the whole WordPress 5.0 was called for the jazz musician, the traditions continue in its updates. This release is called “Betty” for the famous jazz singer Betty Carter. WordPress 5.1 release is focused on a faster and more secure platform but that is a constant goal, isn’t it? The most significant improvements:
- Site Health. As I said previously – 5.1 update will present this project that helps to monitor if the PHP version is up-to-date and is it compatible with plugins or not. And if the plugin requires the PHP version your website is not compatible with – Site Health will inform you and stop from installing that plugin.
- Better Gutenberg Editor performance. The last few updates developers team was working on improving the block editor performance and in this major release, the changes become visible. Check it out – the editor works faster and smoother now.
WordPress 5.1.1 Security and Maintenance Release (March 12, 2019)
This update fixes 14 issues and prepares the users for the new requirements. Now the minimal version of PHP will be 5.2. The release solves some problems of the comment system and several other minor bug fixes.
WordPress 5.2 Beta 1 (March 27, 2019)
Use it only on test servers, because the code is still “under construction”. The new major update will focus on three things: Site Health Check, Gutenberg Block Editor improvement and PHP version bump. If you want to join testing – everyone’s welcome!
WordPress 5.2 Beta 2 (April 9, 2019)
Use it only on test servers, because the code is still “under construction”. More than 100 tickets were clothed since Beta 1 and lots of bugs fixed. Developers added support for Emoji 12, updated the minimum PHP version and fixed screen bugs of the Site Health software. The final WordPress 5.2 version is announced for April 30, looking forward to it!
WordPress 5.2 Beta 3 (April 12, 2019)
Use it only on test servers, because the code is still “under construction”. More than 40 tickets were closed by now and fixed such problems and PHP compatibility issues, Recovery Mode problems and keyboard navigation breaks. The team also added a few accessibility improvements.
WordPress 5.2 Release Candidate (April 26, 2019)
The 5.2 is getting closer to the release. This version is in general complete, but some minor bugs could always occur even if you are sure they are all fixed. The 5.2 version will add some more robust developer tools that will help to track and fix configuration problems. Site Health Check and PHP Error Protection will get a few new features with the next release.
WordPress 5.2 RC 2 (May 2, 2019)
Last final step before the release and the last chance to catch all possible tiny bugs that haven’t been previously tracked. Testing team of the Release Candidate 1 detected translation issues and added minor Site Health improvements.
WordPress 5.2 “Jaco” (May 7, 2019)
Another release and another WordPress version called in the name of a famous jazz musician (bassist, to be precise) – Jaco Pastorius. This update main goal is to make websites safer, so all the features it adds are connected with problems seeking and solving. It makes it easier for the website owner to figure out what went wrong and fix everything in case of the break.
- Site Health. The team added two new pages that could help to detect some common configuration issues. There’s also some additional space, so the developers can add some debugging information there for the website maintainers.
- PHP Error Protection. This update will help you when it comes for a “white screen of death”. It will help you to reach the Recovery Mode in which the plugins or themes that caused break are stopped, so you can understand how to solve the issue.
- Accessibility. Now people who use screen readers and other accessibility tools won’t have any problems navigating it through the keyboard.
- New icons. The team added thirteen new icons (including Instagram), a pack of icons for BuddyPress and a generally available rotating Earth icon.
WordPress 5.2.1 Maintenance Release (May 21, 2019)
This is a short-cycle release and it resolves 33 problems that were found after "Jaco" was launched. The testing team does some improvements to the block editor, to the system accessibility and internationalization. Besides that, some issues of Site Health were also fixed.
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It should come as no shock that WordPress is one of the most widespread Content Management Systems around the world. It earned admiration because of its simplicity and stable operation. For that reason news about WP 5.0 release caught the interests of millions of users across the globe. This update comes with Gutenberg Editor, the new page and post editorial manager. Each of us wants to know more about the possibilities of Gutenberg.
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Using blocks is popular among web specialists and designers, that is why we give you some key points about why are they preferred. And the best thing you can do is to try the beta version and see for yourself how easy it is.
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- you are adding text from Google docs to WordPress as is,
- you are drag-and-dropping images into the editor,
- you never use keyboard shortcuts.
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