Do the right thing. It will gratify some people, and astonish the rest.
Copy/Paste from Bluetooth (Multi-Screen Copy Paste) rolled out a couple of years back on Mac. But to do it, you have to know.
So how does it work?
Bluetooth connected devices can share a common clipboard. It may be necessary to be on a shared wifi network (untested).
But the general gist is that you can copy something on your iPad, MacBook Air, etc, … and paste it to Mac.
Example of copy/pasting from iMac to MacBook Air
Gutenberg, the new post and page (content) editor for WordPress includes commented markup that can be used easily on the command-line to jump around and make edits to posts and pages. With WP-CLI you can pull in information about posts from the command-line on your server, and if you know your way around vi/vim you can jump around and make quick edits and crush out the finishing touches no copywriting for a project.
Obviously you’ll want to give the finished product after using this approach a good look, but I feel this could be a really quick way to jump around and make changes on posts and pages in WordPress, using the WordPress Command Line Interface, WP-CLI.
While playing around with the Gutenberg Page editor in WordPress, I stumbled onto an upcoming feature: Multiple Block Editing. What could this be used for?
- Wrapping multiple blocks in a single “Text Column” (current verbiage for columns in Gutenberg)
- Center aligning or other alignment for multiple blocks
- Wrapping multiple blocks with a HTML class (ie:
- Deleting or duplicating multiple blocks
Having used the Gutenberg editor a little bit, it definitely has a few bugs, especially undo. It is not very good at undoing, re-arranging and stepping backwards steps correctly in the Gutenberg Editor with Command-Z or Ctrl-Z on Windows.
All in all, with the little time I’ve spent with Gutenberg, I’d have to say it’s a homerun for WordPress. I believe it will bring a whole new variety of “front-end developers” – still need to figure out a name for these designers in the browser.