I decided I was moving forward, and I watched a variety of YouTube videos on how to use the block instead of the classic editor. The number one reason was that they are continuing to update it, and I decided it was now or never.
What have I learned from these videos besides how to insert a block and move the tool bar to the top instead of having it float over the top of each paragraph? This change was done so WP could compete with other companies like Elementor and draw those folks creating websites either as an employee or contractor and for individuals setting up Ecommerce sites. I’m pretty sure social bloggers like us didn’t make the list of customers they were trying to satisfy. 🙂
That being said, I used the new editor on my volunteer site to do a couple of posts, updated some pages, and even created a list of 60 members. I’m still flummoxed about quite a few things, but I’ll keep googling and reading Dan’s very explicit directions on NoFacilities. Thank you, Dan.
My seedlings are doing great and will probably need to be transplanted this coming week. My two grape vines have these tiny, tiny grape clusters on, and it is a hoot watching them grow. The eighteen asparagus plants from seeds are all doing well, and I wish you could smell the fragrance from these hyacinths. This week I’m hoping to pot up some dahlias and some canna lilies to give them a head start.
We have a new Master Gardener project restoring four raised-bed kitchen gardens at a 1700’s historic home. They do tours, special events, revolutionary reenactments including canon fire, and the gardens will add to the educational piece for the visitors. The upper garden at the county nursing home is ready for spring cleaning too.
Gardening season is here, let the planting begin!
Hope April is starting off well for you, and you had a nice Easter weekend with some decadent dessert. A spoonful of sugar makes the block editor go down. 🙂