Tag: WordPress future
It’s Never Been Easier to Build a WordPress Site: On The Future of WordPress Freelancing
WPShout has covered the future of creating websites for a number of years: page builders are better than ever, and Squarespace makes it easy for non-tech-oriented users to design impressive professional websites. Now, with Gutenberg, there’s the ability to create reusable blocks with all sorts of content and visual editors that appeal to every type of designer. That’s great news for business owners who need a website, but it’s mixed news for freelance WordPress developers.
From Post Status: “The Future of the WordPress Economy, and Why I’m Not Worried”
We recently linked to an article by Chris Lema on the evolution of the WordPress economy that I still think about pretty often. Here’s another quick piece on the topic, this time at the always essential Post Status.
Install the Gutenberg Editor
If you’re a developer, you may be cowering in fear with the thought that the future of HTML editing in WordPress getting an overhaul. “Oh no! It’ll just eat my preciously crafted HTML faster.” If that’s you, that’s actually all the more reason to start to think and work with the Gutenberg editor sooner.