There are several ways to edit WordPress pages. You can use the classic editor, the new Gutenberg editor, or a visual builder such as elementary. Today I’m going to show you how to edit word press pages using all of these.
The classic editor for WordPress
This is an editor you might not see it all that much anymore. Recently WordPress updated their system to include the Gutenberg editor as their default editor. However many Teams are not able to handle the Gutenberg editor at this time. That is why you may need to use the classic editor instead.
The Gutenberg Editor
If you are a long-time WordPress user, you may have gotten a little surprise when an update to WordPress made this the new default editor. While there is a bit of a learning curve, this new editor is much easier and requires less coding knowledge to design the page how you like. Here is a video on how to use the gutenberg editor.
The Elementor Editor
This is the easiest of them all! If you are a bit worried about how to use WordPress, install the Elementor plugin free and you will be able to visually edit pages just like in Squarespace, Divi, Wix, and lots of other easy to use website creators. I personally use this to design pages in my website includes sales pages and squeeze pages as well. If you are looking for more information about how to set up your opt-in, check out the ultimate website bundle which includes a detailed tutorial on how to set up your opt-in with MailChimp. Here is a video on how to use the Elementor plugin.
Watch this video to see how to use all of these different methods for editing your pages in WordPress.