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Gutenberg and Wunderbar

WordPress overhauled its core page editing system when Version 5 was released, and the result – Gutenberg – has dramatically changed page editing. At  Gutenberg's introduction, a variety of Block Editing options were trying to improve upon WordPress' classic but simple HTML editor. They almost always worked by embedding all sorts of shortcodes into the… Read more »

Creating Columns for Content

With The WunderBar 1.8 or later, you can divide content into columns and edit them using Wunderbar's WYSIWYG editor. We have added an easy way to create CSS Grids, which are supported by around 95% of current browsers. To create columns it is useful to understand just a bit about how HTML organizes content. The… Read more »

Comments, Widgets, and more

While the Wunderbar is most often used to edit pages and posts  — their titles, contents, and excerpts — it works elswhere as well. Comments Wunderbar can edit visitors' comments in exactly the way it edits pages and posts, with full WYSIWYG word processing capabailities. The only differences are due to WordPress itelf: saving a… Read more »

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Wunderbar Settings

W underbar's settings are found under the WordPress Settings menu. As there are only a few options, it's not a place you'll visit very often. Radio buttons control whether the Wunderbar opens at the top of the screen (the standard location) or at the bottom. Your personal preferences or the theme design may make Wunderbar… Read more »

The “Put_Content_Here” shortcode

Some themes include text blocks that aren't stored as pages or posts, but as special content stored with the theme itself. We often see these for special parts of a theme, like the footer, or permanent homepage content blocks, or widgets along the side of the page. Since this content doesn't originate from pages or… Read more »

WYSIWYG Formatting with the Wunderbar

There are a lot of buttons in the Wunderbar when you edit a post's content or excerpt (but not when editing titles, because formatting titles isn't permitted). If you do any amount of word processing, most of these buttons will look familiar to you. The majority of the buttons do what you expect – changing… Read more »

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The Wunderbar User Guide

We're going to keep this simple… …because we've observed that most of the time, the more complex something is, the less likely we are to use it. We've long felt that way about WordPress editing. Too complicated. Too many steps. Too far removed from the context of the page you wanted the world to see…. Read more »