Gutenberg posts aren’t HTML…

Fluffy and Flakey

…and my eraser won’t work with my ink pen!

Lately I’ve been hearing plenty of conversations about the way that Gutenberg posts are saved inside of post_content. If this is all mumbo-jumbo to you, Gutenberg is the project building an entirely new editing experience for WordPress, the software which powers this blog as well as 28% of the internet. Gutenberg is an experimental, risky, and visionary rethinking of how people should be able to create content and structure a website. It’s a break from traditional editors as well as over a decade of tooling and plugins to support that.

Gutenberg also stores necessary information in HTML comments.

<!-- wp:dmsnell/demo { "format": "serializedHtml" } -->
What the heck is going on?
<!-- /wp:dmsnell/demo -->

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Sensei 1.9 Now Available

Sensei 1.9 released today

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(Important: while we have thoroughly tested this release, it’s always possible that we missed something, so we strongly advise you to test the update yourself on a staging site before updating your live site.)

Sensei 1.9 is now available. See our documentation for details of how to update.

We have made a great effort to preserve backwards compatibility, however, there have been significant changes to templates, globals, and hooks, as well as the overall plugin structure, so it’s important to test thoroughly before updating. You can read more about the technical changes here.

Developers can also now refer to our Sensei Developer reference, which details all functionsand hooks in Sensei.

Other features in this release include language packs, new shortcodes, zero-grade questions, and improved lesson navigation.


If you use any of the following Sensei extensions, you should also update them to the latest version to…

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