In WordPress 5.0, the classic content editor was replaced with a brand new block editor, known as Gutenberg.
WordPress block editor is a totally new and different way of creating content in WordPress. However, due to compatibility issues with some plugin and themes, and sometime due to the fact that old habits die hard it is very common to come across the question – How to I roll back to the classic editor?

In this tutorial, we will show you how to do that.

To summarize, all you have to do in order to roll back to the old editor,
is to install the “classic editor” WordPress plugin and activate it.

It is that simple!

Feel free to explore our free and premium course section for more WordPress training.

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