This tutorial to help you get up to speed with how to use the block editor to perform the same types of actions that you previously used the TinyMCE editor for.
Gutenberg is more than an editor. It’s also the foundation that’ll revolutionize customization and site building in WordPress.
Meet your new best friends, Blocks
Blocks are a great new tool for building engaging content. With blocks, you can insert, rearrange, and style multimedia content with very little technical knowledge. Instead of using custom code, you can add a block and focus on your content.
Meet Icecream Image Resizer, an application designed to help you resize your images quickly and conveniently. Add multiple files and even whole folders with photos and resize them in seconds. Just select the destination folder and simply click the “Resize” button! The tool supports all major graphic formats such as JPEG, JPG, PNG, BMP and TIFF. You can also set the desired width and height values either manually or using presets while retaining the original aspect ratio if desired.
Wikis are handy for collecting and sharing information, so it’s no surprise that the internet is full of them. There’s a good chance that you use wikis, or at least regularly stumble across them in search results. This may have prompted you to wonder if you can create a wiki on WordPress and of your own.
While WordPress wasn’t designed with wikis in mind, WordPress’ power and flexibility makes adapting it to the format a simple process. With the right tools and a little effort, you can build a wiki for your business or community, then tweak it until it’s perfect.
Screenshots of a website for desktops, tablets and mobile devices at the same time
Enter the URL, wait for the “magic” to happen (it takes 5-10 seconds) and then grab your images.
Once you’re connected your WordPress.com Media Library will display your recent Google photos. Select the image you want to use, click the Insert button, and poof! The image will be copied to your Media Library and inserted into your post.