The Plus Addons for Gutenberg Plugin to Launch Soon

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WordPress development company POSIMYTH is getting set to announce its venture into block development in the coming days. The new plugin, The Plus Addons for Gutenberg, is a collection of blocks, templates, and additional features for building sites with the block editor. The plugin is currently awaiting review for inclusion in the WordPress.org plugin directory. I was able to snag a test version and have been using it for around a week.

The POSIMYTH team began working as an outsourcing agency in 2013. Since then, it has worked on over 1,000 projects. The company eventually began building WordPress themes and plugins for the Envato Marketplace. It has continued to grow and currently serves more than 50,000 customers.

“Being an outsourcing company in the past, we have always felt the need for one-stop solutions for agencies and freelancers,” said Sagar Patel, the founder and director at POSIMYTH Innovations. “We have built many Gutenberg field components from scratch as well as in-depth options in blocks, which will not just be for simple tasks, it will be for complex layouts and options as well.”

One of the company’s most-used products is its The Plus Addons for Elementor plugin. The free version currently has over 9,000 active installations. Patel describes it as a “complete package” for building Elementor-based websites.

“Our Gutenberg version will be kind of a recreation of our Elementor version, but on top of that, we are adding more options and features based on our feedback from Elementor users,” he said. “Some blocks are completely revamped and made with a unique concept, but some are just a recreation of the Elementor version. For example, our Popup Builder, Countdown, Global Features, and some others are completely made from scratch with a new structure.”

The company recently surveyed over 1,000 its users. One of


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