Page Builders in the Age of Gutenberg
- What’s page builder?
- If you already use a page builder on your site, would you consider switching to Gutenberg?
- When starting a new WordPress site, what considerations would you take when choosing between a page builder, Gutenberg or the classic editor? Which one would you choose?
- Is Gutenberg using flexbox, grid layout or Bootstrap for its columns? What would be the best approach?
- What does Gutenberg solve that Page Builders don’t? Vice Versa?
- Why would a user want to use both a page builder and Gutenberg on the same site? Would they want to?
- Should page builders continue to be their own interface or adapt and integrate into Gutenberg as a collection of blocks?
- Should developers focus on developing for page builders, Gutenberg or neither?
- As a developer, I feel like Gutenberg is incomplete. It misses features like sections, column flexibility and code syntax highlighting. What does the future of Gutenberg looks like for developers?
- What are the implications of themes that come bundled with page builders and extra plugins (e.g. “The7” with “Visual Composer”)? My impressions are those bundled plugins/builders can run into conflicts and redundancies with similar stand-alones (e.g. WPBakery). Advice? Best practices?
- What are some new features coming to Gutenberg? What is currently in the work?
- What’s bad about having “more” plugins in a WordPress installation to go with Gutenberg?
- How do you spot a bad Gutenberg plugin?
- Does Gutenberg work with the theme Generatepress?
- As a content creator with no coding knowledge, should I use something like Gutenberg or continue using more popular page builders like Elementor?
- Would using Gutenberg reduce website maintenance requirements (compared to using themes/other page builders)?