Gutenberg is coming in WordPress 5.0, this article answers questions about compatibility and what does this means for Schema plugin users.
As announced; we are expecting WordPress 5.0 to be released today, Thursday 6th of December, 2018. WordPress 5.0 will be shipped with the Gutenberg plugin. This considered to be one of the biggest updates happened to WordPress. What is Gutenberg?
This new editor has been named after Johannes Gutenberg, a German publisher who introduced printing to Europe with the printing press.
Gutenberg Editor will replace the Classic Editor, it will bring new ways of content editing for WordPress, and moving towards a more intuitive site-building experience in future phases.
What the Gutenberg editor means for you
Big changes to WordPress can be difficult to accept. However, we do understand it maybe a good move for the future, but the feedback from many worries users isn’t positive since they are worried about breaking their sites. Even worst; a lot of WordPress developers are still experimenting with the new editor trying to figure out a way to make their Themes and Plugins adopt the change.
The good thing is; if you don’t want to use the Gutenberg Editor, you’ll still be able to keep the classic editor by installing the official Classic Editor plugin on your site, and keep doing