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A pre-made, ready-to-use layout made of WordPress blocks in a certain layout or design is known as a WordPress block pattern.

August 4, 2022

Gutenberg is built using React. This means we are going to add some code in order to be able to create the custom sidebar. This can be done using the registerPlugin function.

March 20, 2022

You’re undoubtedly acquainted with creating custom post meta using add_meta_box() if you’ve dealt with WordPress before Gutenberg. When updating a post, you may use this feature to add a meta box with your own content to the bottom or side. This strategy works in the Gutenberg editor as well.

February 14, 2022

This instruction is for anyone who wants to write Gutenberg code in ES6, ESNext, or JSX, and then use webpack and babel to turn it into files that can be used in the Gutenberg editor.

February 8, 2022

We’ve witnessed amazing development in the Gutenberg editor over the last two years. It has progressed from a minimal viable product (MVP) launch to a more mature project that is getting closer to achieving the objective of establishing a unified full-site editing experience for WordPress.

November 6, 2021

The Legacy Widget block enables users to add, and preview third-party widgets registered by plugins as well as widgets created using the good old Widgets Editor.

September 23, 2021

WordPress posts and pages have a restricted variety of data input fields by default. External tools are required to collect and display custom data.

June 12, 2021