Block Patterns, or simply patterns, enable theme developers to create custom blocks that are compositions of blocks provided by the standard block library, and if … Continue reading “Getting Started with Block Themes: Patterns”
Global Styles is a new mechanism for a theme to define a site’s styles. An important goal of Global Styles is to make it easier … Continue reading “Getting Started with Block Themes: Global Styles”
Full Site Editing provides a new and exciting way to build themes, compared to how we created themes in the past. If you are new … Continue reading “Getting Started with Block Themes: Templates”
The rationale With Full Site Editing on the horizon for WordPress, Theme creators need to start to learn how to make themes in a different … Continue reading “Getting Started with Block Themes”
Kjell Reigstad details how to build a single-page block-based theme.
A typography-led theme, built for the future of block-based theming.
Mel Choyce discusses and highlights GPL-compatible fonts.
Block patterns are unique, predefined combinations of blocks you can use and tweak to create stunningly designed sections of your website.
Note: The code samples here are out of date. Please be sure to check out the block editor documentation for the latest on how to … Continue reading “Exploring Global Styles”
This post outlines the steps I took to create a block-based theme version of Twenty Twenty. Thanks to Kjell Reigstad for helping develop the theme … Continue reading “Creating a Block-based Theme Using Block Templates”
Block styles are a simple way to get started with Gutenberg development: With a few lines of CSS, you can build something that feels like a whole new custom block.
At Jetpack we recently created a new Gutenberg block which displays “Related Posts”. This block is similar in content to the “Latest Posts” block in … Continue reading “A schema for Gutenberg blocks”