Meet Getwid ACF Integration since Version 1.6.12

If you’re using the ACF plugin on your WordPress site powered by Getwid, we have great news about the integration of the two! Since Getwid version 1.6.12, you can use custom ACF meta fields in displaying your custom post types via the Getwid blocks for WordPress. What is ACF? For those of you who are…

Ultimate Addons for Gutenberg vs. Getwid WordPress Blocks

Ultimate Addons for Gutenberg or Getwid? Which Gutenberg addon deserves to become your go-to solution in your WordPress site building routine? Both WordPress block addons are free, so you can take any for a spin. Although the Ultimate Addons for Gutenberg plugin installations outperform those of Getwid by ten times so far, both plugins are…

Getwid Blocks: Anchor Gutenberg Block

The Anchor Gutenberg block by Getwid WordPress blocks allows you to create anchor links for performing quick jumps from one part of the page to another (internal links). The core Heading Gutenberg block also allows you to create anchors in WordPress, but it works for heading destinations only. The Anchor block by Getwid is, however,…

Twenty Twenty-One Theme Examples with Getwid Blocks

The Twenty Twenty-One theme embraces the fundamentals of the block editor’s anatomy. In simple terms, just like any official WP theme predecessor, this theme is made to work smoothly in Gutenberg. If you take a look at its demo, you’ll see that it’s a perfect canvas for a portfolio or personal website. Alongside the development…

WordPress Gutenberg Themes Built with Getwid

The moment Gutenberg was released divided all WordPress users into two camps – those who accepted it and those who rejected it after the first try. Nowadays, the borders between both these camps become vaguer as all even the most committed TinyMCE users start using Gutenberg templates for their projects. What has caused such a…

Getwid Plugin 1.6.0: New WordPress Blocks & Block Options

In this post, we’ll go through the major Getwid plugin updates released in version 1.6.0. The new version ships with three new blocks, more flexibility for the Section block, new tools for the post-based blocks, and more great improvements. As for the new blocks, they will be particularly helpful for page navigation and building tables…

Add Theme Support for Gutenberg Blocks Easier with Getwid Style Kit

If you are a WordPress developer who fully or partially switched over to the WordPress Block Editor (Gutenberg) for building themes and websites for clients, we have great news for you. You can add theme support for Gutenberg blocks with less tweaking. We’ve just released Getwid Style Kit, a handy boilerplate that encompasses some great…