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Using Keyboard Shortcuts in the Gutenberg Editor

What you need to know: The Gutenberg Editor comes equipped with an array of useful keyboard shortcuts that can be used to format text, transform blocks, and show/hide various panels and views. What’s great is that the WordPress Block Editor uses the same basic text...

Customizing the Gutenberg Interface in WordPress

What you need to know: The Gutenberg interface can be customized to a small degree via the three-dot button in the upper-right corner of the page. The most notable customizations include choosing which interface elements and panels to show, toggling between the Visual...

Exploring the Interface of the WordPress Block Editor

What you need to know: The interface of the WordPress Block Editor is comprised of five main segments: a Top Toolbar, a Sidebar, a Main Content Area, a Contextual Toolbar, and a Status Bar. Your content is displayed in the Main Content Area and you use the other...

What’s New in WordPress 5.8 Tatum?

What you need to know: WordPress 5.8 “Tatum” introduces several noteworthy features such as new block-based widgets, support for WebP images, a new Template Editor, and a theme.json file. In addition, the second major update for 2021 brings improvements to the...

How to Enter the WordPress Admin Panel

If you are reading this tutorial, you are probably on your way to creating your first website. In the previous tutorial, we showed you step-by-step how to install WordPress on your domain using Zacky Installer. Now you probably want to enter the WordPress admin panel...

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