Okay, again, late to posting.

This time it hasn’t been much but I am getting a little more familiar with the Gutenberg editor. One of the things I do like is the saving in the background. There is a small animation that happens when it does it and it is nice knowing that it is being saved.

I know there have been a few questions as well when it comes to editing a post after it has been published. It may not be super intuitive for many since you have to be on the posts list screen to see a link and it also makes sense not to have another list of the same posts in another location.

At the moment I’m not sure how I feel about using the shortcut /for auto-completion but that may only be because I don’t write on a daily basis. That is a feature I may only use once or twice, I guess.

Though the only thing that came to mind was, “why would I need to use that if I just wanted to add a paragraph? Is it just doubled up?”

If I needed another paragraph I would simply keep writing and I don’t need to use the slash, right?

As for things learned, I dove a little deeper into core WordPress and some of the bundled scripts. In particular the MediaElements library. Super cool little scripts but it
is just beginning to slowly make some sense so I can manipulate it a little better.

I also did manage to learn a little bit about using transformand some other CSS things. Kind of neat how a browser can render 3D things.

  • https://github.com/w3c/csswg-drafts
  • https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/text-size-adjust
  • https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/transform

This week a little on the history of things and get ready for WordCamp Sacramento.