Classic Editor

Description

Classic Edita pulagini ya WordPress elabirirwa mu butongole nga ezza Edita ya WordPress enkadde n’olutimbe lwa “Edit Post”. Esobozessa pulagini endala ezikozessa olutimbe olukadde, okwongera ko metaboxes enkadde oba ebirala ebikwatte ku edita enkadde.

Classic Edita pulagini ya WordPress mu butongole, era ejja kulabirirwa mpaka omwaka 2022, oba nga bwe kisanidde.

Awasokelwa, eno pulagini eyongera ko bino wamanga:

  • Abalabirizi bo mutimbagano basobola oku londa edita esokelwa ko abakozessa bonna.
  • Abalabirizi basobola okukiriza abakozessa okukyusa edita esokelwa ko.
  • Ngaomukozessa akiriziddwa, asobola okukyusa edita ku kiwandiiko kyona.
  • Buli kiwandiko kiggulibwa mu edita eyasembeyo okozessebwa nga tosinzidde ku yasembyeyo okuwanidika. Kino kikulu nnyo oku letta enkola enunggamu mu kuwandiika.

In addition, the Classic Editor plugin includes several filters that let other plugins control the settings, and the editor choice per post and per post type.

By default, this plugin hides all functionality available in the new block editor (“Gutenberg”).

Screenshots

  • Entegekka z'omulabrizi ku lupapula lw'entegeka ->.
  • User settings on the Profile screen. Visible when the users are allowed to switch editors.
  • "Action links" to choose alternative editor. Visible when the users are allowed to switch editors.
  • Link to switch to the block editor while editing a post in the classic editor. Visible when the users are allowed to switch editors.
  • Link to switch to the classic editor while editing a post in the block editor. Visible when the users are allowed to switch editors.
  • Okulonda edita esokelwa ko mu ntegeeka yo mukuttu kulw'omukutu gwonna n'okukiriza abalabirizi okuzikyussa.
  • The "Switch to classic editor" link.

FAQ

Entegeeka esoka

When activated this plugin will restore the previous (“classic”) WordPress editor and hide the new block editor (“Gutenberg”).
These settings can be changed at the Settings => Writing screen.

Entegeeka esoka eyo mukutu

Waliwo ebyokulonda bibiri:

  • When network-activated this plugin will set the classic editor as default and prevent site administrators and users from changing editors.
    The settings can be changed and default network-wide editor can be selected on the Network Settings screen.
  • When not network-activated each site administrator will be able to activate the plugin and choose options for their users.

Cannot find the “Switch to classic editor” link

It is in the main block editor menu, see this screenshot.

Reviews

Ogwekkumi (Mukulukusa) 27, 2020
Why don't you give this future as option in default WordPress? those who liked.. will apply it.
Ogwekkumi (Mukulukusa) 9, 2020
For the last couple of months, every few days, I would commit myself to sort out why I could not longer post new events to The Events Calendar. I followed every proposed solution I could find. Tonight I finally found the issue - conflict with Guttenberg. I found this plug-in, installed it, and immediately was able to create new events. I had gone through all the suggested troubleshooting steps including disabling every single plug-in I use, activated each one by one, tested creating a new event with each activation, all to sort out where the conflict was. It never dawned on me that the conflict would be with the ever reliable WordPress. I now have a lot of catching up to do. How in the world can this happen? I am not a developer so I could not even begin to sort that out, I will leave that to minds a lot brighter than mine. THANK YOU for this plug-in!
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Contributors & Developers

“Classic Editor” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

“Classic Editor” has been translated into 58 locales. Thank you to the translators for their contributions.

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Changelog

1.6

  • Updated for WordPress 5.5.
  • Fixed minor issues with calling deprecated functions, needlessly registering uninstall hook, and capitalization of some strings.

1.5

  • Updated for WordPress 5.2 and Gutenberg 5.3.
  • Enhanced and fixed the “open posts in the last editor used to edit them” logic.
  • Fixed adding post state so it can easily be accessed from other plugins.

1.4

  • Okujjamu ebitayizza mukutongoza emikuttu emipya.
  • Added support for network administrators to choose the default network-wide editor.
  • Okuterezza endagiriro z’entegekka muku wabula ku lupapula olw’ebitukwatako.
  • Properly added the “Switch to classic editor” menu item to the block editor menu.

1.3

  • Twaterezza mu okugyamu ekipande kya “Gezza ko Gutenberg”.
  • Fixed condition for displaying of the after upgrade notice on the “What’s New” screen. Shown when the classic editor is selected and users cannot switch editors.

1.2

  • Okuterezza mu kukyussa edita okuva ku lutimbe lwa Wandiika ekipya nga tonaba tereka ekiwandiiko ekipya.
  • Okuterezza mu ensobbi mukiwandiiko ekiri okumpi n’okuterezza endagiriro eyokunonyerezza okuda ku classic-edita.
  • Okukyusa okukebera WordPress 5.0 obutakozessa okukebera omutindo. Eterezza ebitatuka nga okebera 5.1-alpha
  • Okukyussa Entegeeka esoka ey’okukiriza abakozessa okukyussa edita.
  • Okwongera okusirisa pulagini ya Gutenberg n’okussa WordPress eyetagisa mpaka mu 4.9.
  • Tugasse ko filter ya classic_editor_network_default_settings

1.1

Fixed a bug where it may attempt to load the block editor for post types that do not support editor when users are allowed to switch editors.

1.0

  • Tutumbudde omutindo mpaka WordPress 5.0.
  • Changed all “Gutenberg” names/references to “block editor”.
  • Terezza mu ntegeeka ze ndabikka
  • Okujja mu okuzikiza Gutenberg pulagini. Kino kyagattibwa ko okukebera WordPress 4.9. Abakozessa abagala okw’ongera okugoberera enkulakulana ya Gutenberg mu WordPress 5.0 n’okweyongerayo, tebagyakwetagga pulagini ndala okugisirisa.
  • Added support for per-user settings of default editor.
  • Added support for admins to set the default editor for the site.
  • Added support for admins to allow users to change their default editor.
  • Added support for network admins to prevent site admins from changing the default settings.
  • Added support to store the last editor used for each post and open it next time. Enabled when users can choose default editor.
  • Added “post editor state” in the listing of posts on the Posts screen. Shows the editor that will be opened for the post. Enabled when users can choose default editor.
  • Twongedde mu obukungungguta classic_editor_enabled_editors_for_post and classic_editor_enabled_editors_for_post_type. Busobozessa okukozessebwa pulagini endala oku okutambuzza oba okukyusa edita ekozesebwa kubiwandiko byonna.
  • Tugasse ko filter ya classic_editor_plugin_settings. Esobola okozesebwa pulagini endala okyussa enkola n’okugyamu enkola z’endabika.

0.5

  • Tumbula omutindo gwa Gutenberg 4.1 ne WordPress 5.0-beta1.
  • Tegyemu ebimu ebikola kati mu Gutenberg.
  • Fixed redirecting back to the classic editor after looking at post revisions.

0.4

  • Fixed removing of the “Try Gutenberg” call-out when the Gutenberg plugin is not activated.
  • Fixed to always show the settings and the settings link in the plugins list table.
  • Tukyusizamu ebigambo bya readme.

0.3

  • Updated the option from a checkbox to couple of radio buttons, seems clearer. Thanks to @designsimply for the label text suggestions.
  • Okutumbula omutindo buliwamu n’okulongossa.

0.2

  • Okulinyissa omutindo gwa Gutenberg 1.9.
  • Jaawo okulabula n’okujjamu pulagini nga Gutenberg teli kukola.

0.1

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