Gutenberg Meetup – part 7

Importing layouts greatly expands the flexibility of the Gutenberg Editor. If you have a favorite layout, you can import your designs from a different site using a JSON file. There…

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Gutenberg Meetup – part 6

Plugins can extend the Gutenberg Editor. Using widgets & embeds, plugins like slideshows and forms can be added to pages without shortcodes. Elementor and Divi have plugins that allow you…

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Gutenberg Meetup – part 5

There are occasional issues that require workarounds with Gutenberg Blocks. When adding blocks, hitting return gives you the next block. Shift + return allows you to have two lines within…

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Gutenberg Meetup – part 3

Gutenberg blocks give you many options for creating layouts for your pages and posts. And you have a lot of flexibility with those layouts. You can group blocks together and…

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Gutenberg Meetup – part 2

Reusable Blocks Reusable blocks are one of the best features of Gutenberg. With reusable blocks you are able to: Create a block that can be used repeatedly through your site.A…

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Gutenberg Meetup – part 1

This week I gave my first WordPress Meetup presentation. It was all about the Gutenberg editor. I covered the basics and then a bit more about using plugins and imports…

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Always options

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When I check my decisions against the suggestions I realize I need to ask myself a question. Can this be made an editable field for the client. Even if I…

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Targeted research

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Today's issue was the spacing of elements in a PHP function that used flex-direction: row reverse. Answer: justify-content: space-between; But the real deal is targeted research. I looked over a lot…

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