December 10, 2018 at 12:21 am #5958
Most awaited version of WordPress 5.0 is finally released on December 6, 2018. The codename of this release is “Bebo”. Say Hello to the New Editor and A Stunning New Default Theme are two major updates of WordPress 5.0.
Here are some major features of WordPress 5.0 “Bebo”,
Say Hello to the New Editor
WordPress 5.0 new block-based editor is the first step toward an exciting new future with a streamlined editing experience across your site. You’ll have more flexibility with how content is displayed, whether you are building your first site, revamping your blog, or write code for a living.
Building with Blocks
The new block-based editor won’t change the way any of your content looks to your visitors. What it will do is let you insert any type of multimedia in a snap and rearrange to your heart’s content. Each piece of content will be in its own block; a distinct wrapper for easy maneuvering. If you’re more of an HTML and CSS sort of person, then the blocks won’t stand in your way. WordPress is here to simplify the process, not the outcome.
WordPress 5.0 have tons of blocks available by default, and more get added by the community every day. Here are a few of the blocks to help you get started:
This new editing experience provides a more consistent treatment of design as well as content. If you’re building client sites, you can create reusable blocks. This lets your clients add new content anytime, while still maintaining a consistent look and feel.
A Stunning New Default Theme
Introducing Twenty Nineteen, a new default theme that shows off the power of the new editor.
DesignOrbital Themes and WordPress 5.0
We have tested our themes and are happy to announce the 100% compatibility with the WordPress 5.0 version. Our users can upgrade to WordPress 5.0 safely.
DesignOrbital themes are compatible with WordPress 5.0
Reports / Suggestions are Welcome
We have tested the core and major features of our themes at WordPress 5.0 and not found any critical issue. You may report us any critical issues that we have missed.
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