Gutenberg is NOT a page builder

This is the mistake everyone keeps making.

I’ve heard it probably a dozen times now.

“As a page builder…”

“Compared to Elementor…”

“If you’ve used Beaver Builder…”

I don’t care what WordPress calls it. What any core committer might say about it… Gutenberg is NOT a page builder. Not yet, anyway. So, if you’re looking at it that way and comparing to other page builders…

Sure, Gutenberg sucks…

As a page builder…

For now.

But, that’s the wrong comparison, IMO.

Instead, think of it as a post editor. And, compare it to the old TinyMCE editor. THAT is what Gutenberg is replacing. And, when you do that… trust me, if you actually USE Gutenberg a little bit.

You’ll go back to the old editor…

And wanna blow chunks.

It’s just not even close.

So, use Elementor…

Or Beaver Builder…

Or Layers…

AND Gutenberg.

That’s how I’m using it.

And, you can throw that nasty TinyMCE editor in the garbage.

In any case, the reality is as a developer and/or a freelancer, your current and future clients are going to be using this thing… whether YOU like it or not. So, you’re gonna have to know how to use it.

If you want an assist…

And, don’t wanna have to figure “yet another” piece of software on your own, I created a crash course on Gutenberg that’ll show you everything you need to know. And, you can get access to it for nothing on SkillShare.

All the deets on the course and how to get no-cost access are here: https://skl.sh/2AQpjNj

Later,

John

P.S. Here’s an early review of the course in case you’re wondering if it’s any good:

“This course is the ‘JIT’! – Just In Time for the release of WordPress 5.0 featuring the new Gutenberg editor. The course is great for all levels of users wanting to get their feets wet and start learning how to use Gutenberg inside of WordPress. John (as always) does a superb job of covering the topic content with enough depth and breadth to let you get in there and make something useful.” — Mark Zup

No-cost access: https://skl.sh/2AQpjNj

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