Covid-19 Coronavirus Measures

In light of recent developments with the spread of Covid-19, and taking government advice, Team Creatomatic are now working remotely.

We have set up a new cloud-based phone system to enable us to continue to take calls away from the office on our usual number 01461 205437. If you require any website updates then please email [email protected] with your requests and we will get back to you asap.

We are still available to help throughout the duration; and we’ll be happy to arrange remote meetings via Zoom/Skype/Google Meet as appropriate.

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Emergency contact: [email protected]
Phone number: 01461 205437

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WordPress 5.0 is here


The new Gutenberg editor is now live in WordPress. Here’s what you need to know if you’re thinking of upgrading.

 
 
 
Kit Allen
 

 

As previously covered in our blog post on Gutenberg, WordPress 5.0 has now released. It’s a big update.

Our quick initial tests suggest that the final release of the new editor – which looks pretty slick, incidentally – does support our framework. However, it drops support for various helpers which we’ve added over the years – ie. our column editor, and custom formatting options – although in the main these are replaced in the new editor, We haven’t fully tested this with WooCommerce either for eCommerce clients.

We’re going to spend some time in early 2019 retooling aspects of our framework to make sure that we’re able to take full advantage of the new editor with ongoing sites. We’d still recommend an ‘approach with caution’ approach if you’re looking to upgrade.

If you’ve upgraded already and you’re now consumed with regret, it’s OK – you don’t have to force the upgrade yet. WordPress have released the Classic Editor as a plugin for WordPress 5.0, which you can download by clicking ‘Plugins’ > ‘Add New’ and searching for Classic Editor.

 
 
 
 
 

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