Classic Editor

The Classic Editor was the original WordPress editor and is made up of two editors: the Visual Editor and the Text Editor. Here is what the Classic Editor looks like when creating or editing a Page or Post: The new WordPress editor is known as the block editor and was launched in late 2018. You can…Continue Reading Classic Editor

Video Block

Videos can be added to a post or page using the Video Block. Here’s what it looks like when it’s added to the Block Editor. To add a video block you click on the + icon at the right of any empty block or at the top left of the editor then search for video…Continue Reading Video Block

Verse Block

The Verse Block is for writing poetry and other literary work. To add a verse block, click on the Block Inserter icon and type verse in the search field. You can also type /verse directly into a new paragraph block to quickly find the block and hit enter. Here’s what it looks like when it’s…Continue Reading Verse Block

Table Block

With a Table Block, you can create tables in any post or page with ease. Ideally tables or used for structured tabular data and not page design. If columns are preferred then it would be better to use the Columns Block. To add a Table Block, click on the Block Inserter icon and type table…Continue Reading Table Block

Shortcode Block

A shortcode is a WordPress-specific code that lets you embed files or objects without a lot of ugly and complicated code, and fits in one neat line. To add a shortcode block, click on the Block Inserter icon and type shortcode in the search field to find it under Widgets. You can also type /shortcode…Continue Reading Shortcode Block

Spacer Block

To add a spacer block, click on the Block Inserter icon and type spacer in the search field. You can also type /spacer directly into a new paragraph block to quickly find the block and hit enter. More detailed instructions for adding blocks can be found here. Block Settings Additional options for the spacer block…Continue Reading Spacer Block

Separator Block

A separator block is used if you would like to separate two blocks of content with a line separator. To add a separator block, click on the Block Inserter icon and type separator in the search field. You can also type /separator directly into a new paragraph block to quickly find the block and hit…Continue Reading Separator Block

Reusable Blocks

A reusable block is used to save a block or group of blocks that can then be used later in any post or page. This is helpful when using the same content in multiple places, and is a handy time-saver. Create Reusable Block To save a paragraph block that is often used, click on the…Continue Reading Reusable Blocks

Preformatted Block

The Preformatted Block is used when you want to display text on a post or page exactly as you type it. To add a preformatted block to a page you click on the + icon at the left of any empty block or at the top left of the editor then search for Preformatted, or…Continue Reading Preformatted Block

Quote Block

A quote block is a simple text only block for highlighting a quote with citation.   Here’s what it looks like when it’s added to the Block Editor. And here’s an example of a quote. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world. Albert Einstien To add a Quote block to…Continue Reading Quote Block