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WordPress Contributors Seek Sponsorship for Improving Gutenberg Developer Docs

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WordPress Block Transforms

This has been the year of Gutenberg for us here at CSS-Tricks. In fact, that’s a goal we set at the end of last year. We’re much further along that I thought we’d be, authoring all new content in the block editor¹, enabling the block editor for all content now. That means when we open most old posts, we see all the content in the “Classic” block. It looks like this:… Read article “WordPress Block Transforms”

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How to Use Block Variations in WordPress

WordPress 5.4 was released not so long ago and, along with other improvements and bug fixes, it introduced a feature called Block Variations. I had a chance to use it on one of my recent projects and am so pleasantly surprised with how smart this feature is. I actually think it hasn’t received the attention it deserves, which is why I decided to write this article.… Read article “How to Use Block Variations in WordPress”

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How to Create Custom WordPress Editor Blocks in 2020

Peter Tasker on creating blocks right now:

It’s fairly straightforward these days to get set up with the WP CLI ‘scaffold’ command. This command will set up a WordPress theme or plugin with a ‘blocks’ folder that contains the PHP and base CSS and JavaScript required to create a custom block. The only drawback that I noticed is that the JavaScript uses the old ES5 syntax rather than modern ESNext. Modern JavaScript allows us to write more concise

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