Gutenberg Patterns Library

What Gutenburg Means for Headless/Decoupled CMS

WordPress is currently changing a lot in terms of how we develop for it. The new “Gutenberg” editor is built using React. In this post, Josh Pollock going to look at what decoupled development means for WordPress. Adding Gutenberg to our toolkit we can use as WordPress developers, creates new opportunities, as well as new challenges. Read More »

New plugin finally treats Reusable Blocks as first-class content in wp-admin

A free plugin released to the WordPress.org repository extends wp-admin to give Gutenberg's new Reusable Blocks the same level of priority as other content types on your WP site. The plugin adds Reusable Blocks to the wp-admin nav. Fabrica Reusable Block Instances adds the block editor's Reusable Blocks to the admin sidebar, with both a list screen to help you quickly access and edit your existing Reusable Blocks, and see where they're already used, and… Read More »

Building Gutenberg Blocks with ACF

Learn How to build Gutenberg Blocks using Advanced Custom Fields in this tutorial by Pantheon . Building ACFBlocks is easy, simply register a block, add fields visually via ACF and write down the html markup of the block. Find out more in this tutorial. Read More »

Grids – Layout builder for WordPress

Just found an amazing free plugin to let you visual draw custom grids in Gutenberg and then you can add your blocks inside. Consider it as a with the ability to design your own grid layouts. It is clearly the best section or I have ever come across till date. This section block will let you choose either the standard column layouts or as mentioned earlier you can draw (literally) any grid layout as you… Read More »