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A Gutenburg-Powered Newsletter

I like Gutenberg, the new WordPress editor. I'm not oblivious to all the conversation around accessibility, UX, and readiness, but I know how hard it is to ship software and I'm glad WordPress got it out the door. Now it can evolve for the better.

I see a lot of benefit to block-based editors. Some of my favorite editors that I use every day, Notion and Dropbox Paper, are block-based in their own ways and I find it effective. In … Read article

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On Paid Newsletters: An Interview With Adam Roberts of SitePoint’s Versioning

You don’t often think of email as something you pay to get. If anything, most people would pay to get less of it. Of course, there are always emails you like to get and opt into on purpose. We have a newsletter right here on CSS-Tricks that we really try to make worth reading. It’s free, like the vast majority of email newsletters. We hope it helps a bit with engagement and we make it worth doing financially by showing … Read article

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The New Newsletter

We've long had a way to subscribe to CSS-Tricks via email. You probably couldn't really call it a "newsletter" though, as it just consumed the RSS feed and sent out newly published articles each week. Nothing wrong with that, but it isn't nearly as fun a custom-written one.

So, the new newsletter is here! It still links to everything we've published, so you won't missing anything there, it's just more elegantly summarized.… Read article

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