The biggest WordPress update ever made is coming, and it will affect every theme, almost every plugin, and every user. It’s called WordPress 5.0, or Gutenberg.
Starting July 31, 2018, WordPress started enticing users to try Gutenberg with a button that allows you to install the beta version on your website. It is not mandatory that you switch over yet, and we are encouraging our readers to hold off so you can forgo the headaches and issues that come along with a beta version.
But right behind that optional update comes the real 5.0 version, which is thought to arrive as early as this month (August 2018). When that happens, all new websites will default to Gutenberg automatically, and any sites that are set to update automatically will be “Gutenberged” as well.
As Small Business Trends indicated in a recent article, this WordPress update can cause issues on your site, so it’s very important that you understand what you’re dealing with first. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered—just read on!What Can Go Wrong with WordPress 5.0 (Gutenberg)?
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