The Block Editor
The block editor, also known as Gutenberg, is a content editor in WordPress that was introduced in version 5.0. It is a block-based editor, which means that each piece of content, such as text, images, videos, and other media, is created and edited as an individual block.
The block editor has several advantages over the classic editor. It allows for greater customization and flexibility in designing layouts, and it provides an easier-to-use interface for adding and editing content. The block editor also includes a library of pre-designed blocks, such as headings, images, galleries, buttons, and more, that can be added to the content area with a single click.
One of the key benefits of the block editor is its ability to create reusable blocks. A reusable block is a collection of one or more blocks that can be saved and used again on different pages or posts. This can save time and effort in creating consistent layouts across multiple pages or posts.
The block editor is continually being updated and improved, with new blocks and features added regularly. While it may take some time to learn and adjust to the block-based system, many users have found it to be a powerful and efficient tool for creating engaging and visually appealing content in WordPress.