A tutorial on styling the Details block in your theme, adding custom markers, creating patterns with it, and more.
If you’ve spent any time messing around with the TwentyTwentyFour default WordPress theme, then you might’ve noticed a cool new feature: when you start a new page, the first thing[…]
In this article, Ganesh Dahal explains how the features have evolved since reusable blocks were officially released in WordPress 5.0 — and how the two have converged in WordPress 6.3[…]
There has always been some confusion and overlap between reusable blocks and patterns. The difference was that reusable blocks can be created and edited in the block editor and then[…]
WordPress block patterns allows to create advanced block layouts with no hassle. Get to know how to build your own block patterns in this in-depth guide
Otter Blocks Plugin not only offers more custom blocks for Gutenberg, but it also gives default or third-party blocks on your website new functionality like custom CSS, animations, and visibility[…]
The Pattern Directory has been updated with a new filter to switch between core-bundled patterns (“Curated”) and the general community patterns. Combined with the change, the homepage &…
A step-by-step guide of using the “template types” feature of the Patterns API to build multiple homepage design options
What happens when a theme registers a pattern with a third-party block? If the user has the block plugin installed, it appears as it should. WordPress also does a good[…]
Looking for innovative ways to design your WordPress posts and pages? Check out our beginner-friendly guide to WordPress block patterns!
Block patterns, also frequently referred to as sections, were introduced in WordPress 5.5 to allow users to build and share predefined block layouts in the
In this tutorial guide, you’ll learn how to use WordPress block patterns from your editor interface and from WordPress pattern repository.
When a user creates a page, the editor starts with an empty canvas. However, that experience may not be ideal, especially since there are often possible patterns the user can[…]
WordPress 6.0 brings three new features to Themes to offer site owners patterns. Register selected patterns from the public pattern directory, add theme patterns to a separate folder /patterns, and…