Marenda is a one page – Full Site Editing Gutenberg theme created by Xidea themes and available for free. Unlike many other themes is very simple to install – there is no complicated procedure of importing the content and it only needs one plugin to fully function.
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Image mouseovers should be easy to do, but if you are using the WordPress Gutenberg editor this doesn’t come easy. Howver, this can be done using the interface only with very little css code. But let’s see first what we want to accomplish: on mouseover, replace the black and white cat image with a color […]
As WordPress Themes team is quickly to move Google fonts locally after the famous German court ruling fining a site owner for having the fonts delivered by Google’s CDN, its time to download the fonts and use them locally.
While when talking about plugins in WordPress sites less is better, there are 5 plugins you should absolutely install as soon as you create a new site. Akismet Anti-Spam plugin That’s an easy one: everybody hates spam so if you want to prevent comment spam, enabling the Akismet Anti-Spam plugin is the first step after […]
Do you need to make a slideshow with content from your latest posts in a category using the Gutenberg editor? This can be done without coding using a Gutenberg plugin.
How can you make a 3 columns layout in Gutenberg using the latest posts in a category? Unlike the standard columns block from the standard Gutenberg editor that builds a multicolumn layout with static content, you can use plugins to create dynamic content multicolumn layouts with ease.
How do you make a layout for a WordPress post or page using the Gutenberg editor? Can it be done using the Gutenberg editor alone?
The WordPress 5.8 comes with a set of developments for the Gutenberg editor that preview the future wordpress development direction. It seems that the focus is on the Gutenberg development, but was it really necessary to ship a PDF viewer in the WordPress core?
The Gutenberg Map Block for Google Maps it’s a very easy to use block that helps you add a Google Map in your WordPress Gutenberg editor.
Need to create forms, surveys or quizzes with the Gutenberg editor in WordPress? What if instead of installing several plugins you could do this using an external service and embed them in your WordPress site with the Gutenberg blocks?