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Tidal Waves in Visually Satisfying

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Engineers, medical people, scientific people, have an obsession with solving the problems of reality, once you reach a basic level of wealth in create entire designs with

Engineers, medical people, scientific people, have an obsession with solving the problems of reality, once you reach a basic level of wealth in society, most problems are actually problems of perception.

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What does Gutenberg change in WordPress

The sole purpose of the Gutenberg editor is to provide an alternative to the current open text editor, not to mention the difficult-to-remember shortcodes, with an agile and visual user interface (UI). So, unlike the current WordPress editor, you don’t have to:

  • Import images, multimedia and approved files from the media library or add HTML shortcodes;
  • Copy and paste links for embeds;
  • Write shortcodes for specialized assets of different plugins;
  • Create featured images to be added at the top of a post or page;
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In short, Gutenberg doesn’t change how WordPress functions. It does, however, change the way website owners (or creators) interact with it. Instead of a whole lot of shortcodes and meta boxes, you will be using simple blocks.

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The sole purpose of the Gutenberg editor is to provide an alternative to the current open text editor, not to mention the difficult-to-remember shortcodes, with an agile and visual user interface (UI).
So, unlike the current WordPress editor, you don’t have to:

In short, Gutenberg doesn’t change how WordPress functions. It does, however, change the way website owners (or creators) interact with it. Instead of a whole lot of shortcodes and meta boxes, you will be using simple blocks.

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