If you’re trying to make your plugin compatible with Gutenberg, you have a couple of paths that you can/should take – depending on what your plugin does and how it delivers its features to the user. In the first part of this mini-series, we explored Gutenberg’s Block API – which is what most plugins need in terms of Gutenberg-compatibility. This time, we will be exploring another piece of the Gutenberg puzzle – Gutenberg’s Sidebar API.
How to Use AVIF WordPress Images (Easy Method)
Adding images is an easy way to make your webpages more engaging. However, large file sizes can slow down your site, creating a poor user experience (UX) for your visitors. That’s why an alternative image Read more…