How to Add Justify in Gutenberg - Latest WordPress

How to Add Justify in Gutenberg - Latest WordPress

How to Add Justify in Gutenberg - Latest WordPress

WordPress or often abbreviated as WP is the most popular CMS used by webmasters to simplify their blogging activities on the Internet. The large number of interests of WordPress users is due to the ease of accessing it and the many features that support the activities of bloggers in publishing their work on the website that is built.

Latest WordPress Updates

WordPress is now making an update that changes the Classic Editor feature to a new block editor. Actually, the way to use it is almost the same as Wix or Weebly, by making it easier for users to use all the features optimally and simply. Unfortunately, WordPress users don't really appreciate this, because they prefer the old model editor. Many WordPress users find the new editor heavy to load and a headache for users. However, some WordPress users are also excited about this update.

Pros Cons

You can see for yourself the rating given to this new editor is how the WP users respond. Apart from the Pros and Cons of the latest wordpress update that replaces the Classic Editor with the Gutenberg Editor, of course WordPress users who don't like this new type of editor make a solution in the form of a plugin to return to the classic editor. By installing the Classic Editor, you can replace Gutenberg with the previous version of the editor.

Justify

Basically before the pros and cons regarding the WP update regarding the editor. Wordpress has removed the justify text setting because this text setting has also become a pros and cons for bloggers. This can be seen in the case of articles that use the justify setting making sentences in paragraphs ugly to look at and untidy because the spacing between words is sometimes too far away. Therefore, for some writers who are against the justify setting, they think that this will only make readers uninterested because the content is not neat.

How to Justify Sentences and Paragraphs Without a Plugin

For those of you who think it is better to use justify, even though sometimes there are some sentences that have enough spacing so that they look untidy but almost the entire paragraph is neat, right and left, then you agree with me. Here's how to create an easy justify without plugins:

1. Copy Paste the following code into the CSS


 /* Justify Paragraph */ 
p.xjustify {
   text-align: justify;
   text-decoration:none;
 } 
 /* Justify U List */
 ul.xjustify {
   text-align: justify;
   text-decoration:none;
 } 
 /* Justify O List */
 ol.xjustify {
   text-align: justify;
   text-decoration:none;
 } 
2. Create a new post using the Gutenberg Editor

3. Click on the paragraph you want to use justify format then enter the css code that was created earlier. for example: xjustify

How to Add Justify in Gutenberg - Latest WordPress
Create simple justify paragraphs

4. In the editor may not be visible right and left. But after previewing it, the content will appear to have used the Justify format.

I myself really have no problem with this latest version of the editor. If the problem is difficult to use, then the solution is of course to study it and use it. With routine use, it will be familiar and expert in using all the features that have been given. Besides that, I myself also have no problems in access speed using this latest version of the editor.