Page Built Using the New Editor

This page was built using WordPress’s new Gutenberg editor. It uses Blocks to quickly add commonly used page elements to your new or existing page. With only a few clicks I was able to create two columns with widths of 70% and 30% width, add text, photo and a button. On the backend of your site, you’ll see a Video Tutorial section that can help learn how to use this new editor and other parts of WordPress. Below is a video that goes over the WordPress editor.

Quick Video on the Gutenberg Editor

Example of the Heading block

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Where did my admin menu go?

When you first create / edit a page you may notice that the edit is in a fullscreen mode. This hides the WordPress admin menu that is normally on the left and contains links to things like your Media Library, Pages and other options. To exit the editor’s fullscreen mode, go to the top right of the screen and you should see three vertical dots. Click the dots and then in the View section you should see Fullscreen mode with a check mark. Go ahead and click on Fullscreen mode and it should exit that mode.