Inside the latest WordPress release (version 5.0 for those of you keeping score), there’s a new default editor, Gutenberg. Gutenberg taps in to the idea of using blocks of content to build an engaging website that was already found in other site builders like Elementor and Beaver Builder.
But not everyone’s happy to see Gutenberg in their WordPress admin panels. Some are worried about compatibility with their WordPress themes and plugins, while others are concerned about the accessibility of Gutenberg going forward.
Gutenberg may be the default editor in WP 5.0, but if you’re not ready to use it or want to wait for a more stable version in the future, you can still disable it — even if you’ve already upgraded to 5.0.