WP-News: Gutenberg convinces skeptics & SEO audit of your website in 8 steps

On this autumnal morning, of course, we have the latest WP news for you: The Gutenberg editor convinces the first sceptics, Matt Mullenweg faces critical questions and a case study provides insights into successful content marketing for "unsexy" products. In addition, we show you how to conduct an SEO audit properly and have productivity hacks in store for you. 8 steps to an SEO audit - instructions ... read more

WP-News: Gutenberg 6.4 Optimizes Writing Flow & 4 Typical Freelancer Errors

Today we have our fresh WP news right at the start of the week for a change: Among other things, we have the new features of Gutenberg 6.4, the latest information on the Gutenberg block directory and an introduction to the ACFplugin. In addition, Jan Tißler reveals typical freelancer mistakes and we discuss the balancing act between data protection and conversion optimisation. What are custom fields in WordPress and what are they ... read more

WP-News: Mobile first indexing for new domains & Gutenberg vs. WordPress page builder

Just before the long Whitsun weekend, here's the latest WP news for you: The WordPress Marketing Lead has resigned, Gutenberg gets a block directory, Google strengthens mobile-first indexing and Gutenberg 5.8 is here. We also show you how much a WooCommerce shop costs and take a look at how Gutenberg competes with the established page builders. What does a ... read more

Gutenberg vs. WordPress Page Builder: How good is the editor?

Since the official release of WordPress 5.0 (6 December 2018), the Gutenberg editor has been part of the WordPress core. This means: Gutenberg has now been in use for over a year. That's why we're taking a look here in this post at what has happened in the meantime. In addition, today we will look into the question of whether the ... read more

WP-News: 90 Gutenberg plugins & our WordCamp Osnabrueck recap

Just in time for the weekend, we have the latest WP news for you again: The first WordCamp Osnabrück was a great success, WordPress raises its PHP minimum requirement and the Gutenberg ecosystem keeps growing. Plus, there's a new SEO video series from Moz and Raidboxes now offers email inboxes. WordCamp Osnabrück: The BarCamp format comes of age Last weekend we were at ... read more

WP news: WordPress 5.0 with Gutenberg is here & SEO tips for 2019

With a day's delay, Father Christmas has brought you the WP News: The main part of today's news is, of course, the release of WordPress 5.0 yesterday. Due to the tight schedule, not all plugins managed to be 100% Gutenberg-compatible for the release. In addition, you can find out today which SEO measures will be particularly important in 2019. And ... read more

4 Methods and Plugins to Avoid the New WordPress Gutenberg Editor

On 6 December 2018, the update to WordPress 5 was released, which makes Gutenberg the default editor. If your WordPresssiteis not yet compatible with Gutenberg or you currently reject the new editor for other reasons, this is no reason to despair. Fortunately, there are a few ways to avoid the Gutenberg editor - or at least to avoid it for the time ... read more

WordPress 5 and the Gutenberg Editor: These Things You Should Pay Attention to

WordPress 5 and the Gutenberg editor have arrived. With it, Gutenberg replaces the TinyMCE editor, which has been standard in WordPress for over ten years. To prepare you for the changeover, I'll show you today what the Gutenberg editor is all about and what changes you need to watch out for now. Updated 04.12.2018 Update: Important info - Updated ... read more