“Gutenberg” is a codename for a whole new paradigm for creating with WordPress, that aims to revolutionize the entire publishing experience as much as Johannes Gutenberg did the printed word. The project is following a four-phase process that will touch major pieces of WordPress — Editing, Customization, Collaboration, and Multilingual.

Following the introduction of post block editing in December 2018, Gutenberg later introduced full site editing (FSE) in 2021, which shipped with WordPress 5.9 in early 2022.

What Does Gutenberg Do?

Gutenberg is WordPress’s “block editor”, and introduces a modular approach to modifying your entire site. Edit individual content blocks on posts or pages. Add and adjust widgets. Even design your site headers, footers, and navigation with full site editing support.

Each piece of content in the editor, from a paragraph to an image gallery to a headline, is its own block. And just like physical blocks, WordPress blocks can be added, arranged, and rearranged, allowing users to create media-rich content and site layouts in a visually intuitive way — and without workarounds like shortcodes or custom HTML and PHP.

We’re always hard at work refining the experience, creating more and better blocks, and laying the groundwork for future phases of work. Each WordPress release includes stable features from the Gutenberg plugin, so you don’t need to install the plugin to benefit from the work being done here.

Early Access

Are you a tech-savvy early adopter who likes testing bleeding-edge and experimental features, and isn’t afraid to tinker with features that are still in active development? If so, this beta plugin gives you access to the latest Gutenberg features for block and full site editing, as well as a peek into what’s to come.

Contributors Wanted

For the adventurous and tech-savvy, the Gutenberg plugin gives you the latest and greatest feature set, so you can join us in testing and developing bleeding-edge features, playing around with blocks, and maybe get inspired to contribute or build your own blocks.

Ismerje meg jobban

  • Felhasználói dokumentáció: Tekintse át a WordPress szerkesztő dokumentációját, ahol részletes útmutatást talál a szerkesztő szerzőként való használatához bejegyzések, oldalak és egyebek létrehozásához.

  • Fejlesztői dokumentáció: Ismerje meg a fejlesztői dokumentációt, ahol kiterjedt oktatóanyagokat, dokumentációt és API-referenciákat talál a szerkesztő bővítéséről.

  • Közreműködők: A Gutenberg egy nyílt forráskódú projekt, ahol szívesen látnak minden közreműködőt a kódolástól a designig, a dokumentációtól a hibakezelésig. A Közreműködők kézikönyvében részletesen elolvashatja, hogyan segíthet.

The development hub for the Gutenberg project can be found at Discussions for the project are on the Make Core Blog and in the #core-editor channel in Slack, including weekly meetings. If you don’t have a Slack account, you can sign up here.


Hogyan küldhetek visszajelzést vagy kérhetek segítséget egy programhibával kapcsolatban?

The best place to report bugs, feature suggestions, or any other feedback is at the Gutenberg GitHub issues page. Before submitting a new issue, please search the existing issues to check if someone else has reported the same feedback.

While we try to triage issues reported here on the plugin forum, you’ll get a faster response (and reduce duplication of effort) by keeping feedback centralized in GitHub.

A Gutenberg bővítményt kell-e használnom ahhoz, hogy hozzáférjek ezekhez a szolgáltatásokhoz?

Not necessarily. Each version of WordPress after 5.0 has included features from the Gutenberg plugin, which are known collectively as the WordPress Editor. You are likely already benefitting from stable features!

But if you want cutting edge beta features, including more experimental items, you will need to use the plugin. You can read more here to help decide whether the plugin is right for you.

Hol láthatom, hogy az egyes WordPress kiadások a Gutenberg-bővítmény melyik verzióit tartalmazzák?

Tekintse meg a Versions in WordPress dokumentumot, ahol egy táblázatban megnézheti, hogy az egyes WordPress-kiadások melyik Gutenberg-bővítményverziót tartalmazzák.

What’s next for the project?

The four phases of the project are Editing, Customization, Collaboration, and Multilingual. You can hear more about the project and phases from Matt in his State of the Word talks for 2021, 2020, 2019, and 2018. Additionally, you can follow the biweekly release notes and monthly project plan updates on the Make WordPress Core blog for more up to date information about what’s happening now.

Where can I read more about Gutenberg?


Just here to voice some support against the sea of discontents. Gutenberg was needed, where it is going is needed. There have been teething pains, yes, but we're out of the weeds now and it's a usable, lightweight platform that you can plug other stuff into to get it to do whatever A, B, C you want done. Blocks rock. And it's free. Hurrah!
It's so far behind the Visual Composer and Elementor Apps and truly way behind even the WISYWIG feature that made wordpress a standard.. Note to Developer: Just because it looks prettier doesn't mean it's better. Please stop falling in love with UI and remember that UX is actually more important.
Why did you have to put me through this? I literally have to be uninstalling that thing each time I install WordPress! Absolute joke!
I have found much use in building with the full site editing capabilities as an engineer. I wanted to craft this review to say that from a power user standpoint it works so much better than the traditional PHP method of building out custom themes. Because you can use blocks, patterns, templates, etc. this makes the whole crafting experience so much better. And that you can extend each with their own react-style components using JavaScript. The WordPress developer will have to be a JavaScript engineer as well. And that is a good thing. There are other "page/site builders" out there, so it's always up to preference. It's a very challenging marketplace to be in the page/site builder world, so it is a very healthy competition.
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Közreműködők és fejlesztők

“Gutenberg” egy nyílt forráskódú szoftver. A bővítményhez a következő személyek járultak hozzá:


“Gutenberg” 53 nyelvre lett lefordítva. Köszönet a fordítóknak az áldozatos munkájukért!

“Gutenberg” fordítása a saját nyelvünkre.

Érdekeltek vagyunk a fejlesztésben?

Browse the code, check out the SVN repository, or subscribe to the development log by RSS.

Változási napló

To read the changelog for the latest Gutenberg release, please navigate to the release page.