1. Nwwoman

    Welcome to the world of generic design, where uniqueness is not valued, where design is disassociated from business identity and its power to ramp up communication. Parity sites. Ninety five percent of the web is unseen, so why not? In the end, the winner will be Matt.


  2. Rick Swift

    I keep losing the ability to see my Tags and categories. I am not opposed to the block style, but not being able to see my tags to know if they have been accepted is very frustrating.


  3. Darren Hayward

    Personally, in my opinion, this menu needs to be drag and drop. I think most users will expect this to happen. Most users that I have seen using Gutenberg have found it confusing and when working with blocks would naturally expect drag and drop functionality.

    Additionally, where would you add any custom CSS styles, as this does not seem clear currently? Or how would I add a search bar?


  4. Victoria Elledge

    I’m finally figuring out the navigation menu and have it int the right header. I’m just learning WordPress. I’m using Genesis Framework and a Child Frame. As a beginner I wish there was some design mode way to change colors in my theme. I had done my websites in Microsoft FrontPage2000 which is obsolete and my updated self hosting doesn’t support it. I miss a lot of the features and control of my pages I had. I had built it with tables instead of containers. That was a huge leap for me to wrap my thinking around. I am liking my updated look with a parallex home page. I will be having to learn some coding at least as time goes on. The websites listed below are the ones I have to get up in WordPress by March 23rd. Making progress. I’m also working on 2 others.


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