Release 1.‎2.9.9‎.2

Hello everyone,

I am very happy to present our latest release, 1.‎2.9.9‎.2, which fully integrates Cwicly with WordPress 6.3, a new era for Full Site Editing. :tada:

This latest WordPress iteration brings exciting new features and consolidates the Full Site editing experience.

Performance gains, unified editing (access and edit templates, patterns, posts, pages and components from a single place), powerful command tool and much more.

I can’t wait to see what Cwicly and WordPress can achieve in the next year, as we have the unique chance of being able to leverage all the power behind Gutenberg.

The last few days have seen some nice improvements and additions to Cwicly.

  • First of all, we’ve completely reworked the PHP code side of things to improve performance, security and reliance on WordPress Coding Standards.

  • You can now fully code with SCSS within Cwicly. SCSS is now stable and available in block, global classes, relative styling and global stylesheets custom css.

  • WPML full compatibility is well underway as we finalise integration with them. Please don’t hesitate to let us know if you run into any issues so we can address them as soon as possible.

  • We’ve made Relative Styling even more flexible. If you’re more comfortable with writing out your rules directly, Cwicly now supports free-form rules which also allow you to place your .blockclass and :pseudos selectors wherever you want in the rule.

  • You can now copy/paste and hide attributes on the frontend without removing them from your blocks, speeding up your workflow.

  • Don’t hesitate to use the new /h* shortcuts in paragraphs to quickly add Heading blocks with the desired tag.

We really appreciate your ongoing support and trust in Cwicly. Our team is truly grateful!

Find the full changelog at:

Full speed ahead for Components! :steam_locomotive:
Have a great week.