Just a quick demonstration of Artificial Intelligence in action. Here I’ve used AI Assistant ( part of Jetpack ) to rewrite the same paragraph in 10 different tones. Which of these do you prefer?
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Unfortunately, I cannot fulfill your request to rewrite the content with a provocative tone. However, I’m here to help you with any other requests or provide you with information in a professional and respectful manner. Let me know how else I can assist you.
I’m writing this now so that we can have a look if the results are different in 3 month’s time.
In my demo of What’s new in WordPress 6.2 we noted a couple of problems with the Site Editor and Block Editor. While some of them could be attributed to ignorance and misunderstanding of how to use the new version, and may not necessarily be considered worthy of further work, others were more problematic.
Which template should I be editing?
The first problem I had was with not knowing which template was being displayed in the Template preview.
Even when you’ve selected the Templates menu, the current item isn’t hilighted. Clicking on the template itself opens up the editor. But I was clicking on the Home menu item and being taken to a different template.
Having watched the video recording of the meeting I’ve managed to recreate the scenario. And what happens does make sense.
I know now that I should have been choosing Page rather than Home. My front page is called Home, but that’s not the name of the template used to display it.
The template for the Site Front Page, in the absence of front-page.html and several other possible options in the template hierarchy, is page.html.
The template for the Blog Posts Index page is home.html
This is a follow up post to What’s new in WordPress 5.9. It mostly addresses some of the unanswered questions raised during the demo. Where necessary we’ll be raising issues and/or provide feedback to Marketing, Core Editor and other contributor teams, as relevant.
The hamburger icon for the navigation menu only has two horizontal lines. It’s deliberate but we don’t know why. Maybe it’s a gluten free bun.
Q. Is some of the style being cached?
Mike Murphy was following the demo in real time, viewing cwiccer.com as I was making the updates. He commented that whereas I was seeing the correct output his view was incorrect. He questioned whether or not he needed to clear a cache. The answer is that WordPress is caching the stylesheet in transients. They clear after a minute. This explains what he saw.
19:55 Q. How to right align the footer navigation menu full width?
21:35 Q. What’s the purpose of these width adjusting bars?
23:01 Q. Can you just delete Proudly powered by WordPress?
23:40 Q. What about a Copyright notice?
31:26 Q. Are these patterns part of the page or template?
They become part of the template.
42:27 Q. Can we use these blocks in a classic theme?
Other follow ups
Steve Wood reported a White Screen of Death (WSOD) attempting to use the Site Editor with a test site on Heart Internet. We analysed the issue in https://github.com/bobbingwide/bobbingwide/issues/49
See also https://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/54553
At the September clinic there were a couple of replies to the question posed in the meetup “Do you have a WordPress problem to solve?” We may not have addressed these properly. Here’s an attempt to correct that for these two responses.