Johannes Gutenberg, namesake of the new WordPress editorIn WordPress version 5.0 (to be released mid-2018), “Gutenberg” will be officially released. Gutenberg is the next-generation WordPress post and page editor, replacing the Visual Editor that has been the default editor of WordPress for the last 12 years.


We will be updating this space with more links to documentation over the coming months. Check back often!


OIT Design & Web Services is offering training workshops to help ease the transition to Gutenberg.

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