Lean how to work with custom settings in theme.json files to make CSS custom properties even more powerful.
Discover the possibilities of theme.json server-side filters, from dynamically modifying color palettes to restricting block controls based on user permissions.
These days, instead of style.css and functions.php, there is a new central file for block themes: theme.json. Plus, instead of CSS and PHP, you need to be familiar with a[…]
How to create custom template part areas to create a nicer user experience in WordPress block themes.
A walk-through of customizing the core WordPress block styles directly in theme.json instead of using a custom stylesheet.
Learn how to curate the Editor experience like never before using a new client-side filter introduced in WordPress 6.2.
WordPress 6.2 added support for per-block CSS in theme.json. That means now you can add in snippets of custom code when the built-in design tools don’t quite cover your use[…]
A tutorial that walks through configuring global space settings and styles and provides tips, tricks, and workarounds for custom use cases.
The theme.json is a file that allows block theme developers to control the settings and styles of the blocks […]
With each major WordPress update, theme authors gain access to new tools that decrease their development workload and can increase the performance of their themes. Most of these improvements in[…]
Consistency. That’s the name of the game when it comes to designing a website. And having a way to design, and apply, like-styling to whole sets of blocks is a[…]
One of the flagship features of WordPress’s full-site editing is Global Styles. Let’s dig into why this feature is going to be a complete game-changer.
An effort is currently underway in the Gutenberg plugin, to streamline and standardize the way that blocks are styled by moving key block styling into Theme JSON. This post lays[…]
WebDevStudios Backend Engineer, Alfredo Navas, offers this tutorial for building a theme with the full site editor in WordPress.