Many users feel that Gutenberg in it’s current state is not ready for live sites. This is evident by the 2.3 out of 5 rating average on the Gutenberg plugin. At the time of writing this article, there are 676 one-star ratings vs 288 five-star ratings.

Despite the {sitename} negative reviews, WordPress core team is moving forward with making Gutenberg the default editor in WordPress 5.0.

This is making a lot of users very concerned. They want to have an option to disable Gutenberg and keep the classic editor.

Thankfully, there’s a plugin by the WordPress core team which allows you to do just that.

Let’s take a look at how to easily disable Gutenberg and keep using the classic WordPress editor.


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