Since our last post about Universal Themes we have fleshed out this idea and are using it to build all our themes. The Problem WordPress … Continue reading “Universal Themes”
With WordPress 5.8 launching on July 20th, it seems like a great time to round up some resources to help theme authors prepare for the … Continue reading “Resources for block theme development”
Making Global Styles and the Customizer work together
Learn how to use Template Part and Query Loop patterns to provide users with more design options.
With the Full Site Editing project well underway, theme developers need to be thinking about what the future holds for themes. Why block themes? To … Continue reading “Universal themes: Some ideas”
A glitchy theme, built with Blockbase.
Phase 2 of Gutenberg introduces Full Site Editing to WordPress; to make this possible, we need a new way of building themes – using blocks. … Continue reading “Blockbase: A parent theme for block themes”
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.