According to Charles Darwin,, "It is not the strongest of the species nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is most adaptable to change.
Amid the stratospheric changes experienced by many industries, particularly in technology, we must keep up with the pace to meet our clients' expectations. Therefore, we are constantly on the lookout for new features and improvements, particularly those related to the infrastructure of our servers with increasingly advanced solutions.
Building a website, however, requires simplicity to accommodate all types of users. That's why all Nindohost hosting plans are optimized for WordPress, the most widely used CMS globally.
Although postponed numerous times, the platform is preparing to launch groundbreaking updates to enhance the user experience. Discover these new features in the following sections.
WordPress 5.9 promises a "revolutionary version" offering more control over website design
The WordPress update has been rescheduled for January 25, 2022. In an official post, the world's most popular CMS (42% of websites) will launch a "revolutionary version" that should provide easier access to templates and themes and total control over a site's design. Modifying the entire appearance of websites without changing themes will now be possible.
"No matter what you're editing, whether it's drafting a new post or working on a header, the improvements to the list view make navigating content easier, regardless of its complexity," announces Kelly Hoffman, a WordPress designer.
The Full Site Editing (FSE) project is defined as a new native experience for managing site interfaces using editorial blocks and constitutes one of the main anticipated developments in WordPress 5.9. It includes over 30 thematic blocks for creating all parts of a site. New design tools are also available, such as adding numerous filters to images and more precise adjustments for button borders.
A new schedule for the release of WordPress 5.9
The development timeline for this new update has experienced several delays due to various unresolved issues for Beta 1 launch, notably the release of the famous Full Site Editing and the Twenty Twenty-Two theme, whose features entirely depend on FSE.
However, the postponement of WordPress 5.9 was decided to avoid releasing an unstable version. WordPress also clarifies that the CMS hesitated for some time before launching FSE and the new theme as part of the following version before reconsidering.
"Version 6.0 is not expected until April 2022, which is too long for the community to wait. After addressing this list of issues, the Core Editor team saw that the features could be delivered in 5.9 with the revised schedule," explains Tonya Mork, Technical Lead for 5.9 Core.