We take a look at how block themes can help you prepare your website for Full Site Editing.
WordPress 5.8 (released last week ) brings the power of Gutenberg blocks to widget areas — which means highly customizable layout and styling options, and a more WYSIWYG editing experience. I made a test site based on oldie-but-goodie Twenty Sixteen theme, which… Continue Reading →
Welcome to a new installment of the series where I look at the current state of Gutenberg blocks and propose improvements. In my previous post, I talked about the Table block. This time I’ll be discussing another important component: the… Continue Reading →
Drag and drop is known for being one of the most intuitive interaction patterns there is. One behavior that users might expect to find in Gutenberg is the ability to create side-by-side images by dragging and dropping an image next… Continue Reading →
In this post I’d like to talk about the Table Block and propose several improvements and enhancements. Many of these changes require implementing one important feature: multi-cell selection. Others, like improving the initial placeholder state, could be addressed independently. If… Continue Reading →