38% of the web is built on WordPress.
More bloggers, small businesses, and Fortune 500 companies use WordPress than all other options combined.
All my sites are hosted on WordPress.com and I wouldn’t go anywhere else.
As a long time user, I’ve been reluctant to switch to the BLOCK EDITOR when writing these post. I stuck with the Classic Editor, as did many others.
In this post I’m again testing the BLOCK EDITOR based on a recent WordPress.TV tutorial.
Making rows like those above are much easier. Choosing colours easier, as well.
That line above is easy to add, as well.
One thing I like about the Block Editor is being able to more easily make a photo gallery. These images are all provided free through the Block Editor.
With the old editor I didn’t have much control over images.
Using the Block Editor I can more easily edit this image, for example.
That said — many of us feel forced by the host company to use something called the Block Editor to write posts like this rather than the Classic Editor we used in the past.