My plans are pretty similar to the last comment. All of the sites that have been built and that will be built before the release of WP5 will be put on classic editor. I don’t expect to build any new sites before the release unless it gets delayed more. Our current clients have 3 years to update their sites. I don’t know if the update will cause any issues or not. This testing and updating is not something that I’m just going to do free of charge in most cases. Once 5 is released and ACF updated to work with it I don’t actually expect a lot of issues, but one never knows. After the release I will be building using 5. I figure at that point I have 3 years to figure out if WP is still the platform I want to work with depending on the direction it takes in that time.
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