So dear friends on June 1st the classic editor is going and will be replaced by the block editor. Read this post below by wordpress.com …
Note that there is a block called classic which gives you the classic editor functionality still. Or you could be brave and switch to blocks now?
Blocks are so much easier than the classic and wordpress have really improved them. You can do so much with them. WordPress.com have really enhanced their functionality and given so much more
List of some of the common items I use with the block editor
From multiple columns with no html coding. To reusable block read my post here.
Drop case lettering at the beginning of a paragraph .
You can use a background colour on your paragraph block.
You can use columns with no html , obviously they wont show up on a mobile.
Here are my last 3 blog posts using the blog block, rather than using the link feature. Making for a much prettier blog post. You can change what blog post is displayed.
“As we think, so we become. As the company, so the thought, so the personality. The thoughts we create, the company we keep, the discussion we have all impact our […]
Here is a meditation commentary, from the release your wings YouTube channel. Be gentle on yourself. Don’t beat yourself for small mistakes. Be kind, be gentle on yourself. Learn, improve, […]
The Power of Good Wishes. When we give a birthday present or card we wish the person a beautiful day and wonderful year, and happiness always. We wish others well […]
Blocks can be easily moved up or down, duplicated or even deleted.
There is so much fun to be had.
You can create a tweet-able paragraph ,look here.Tweet
Why don’t you move across before you are forced to? Seriously, so much fun to be had…
Part of me feels like setting up a zoom call with a few of you just to demo how easy blocks are to use.
Change is scary but forced change hurts. Change with confidence and faith in yourself and you will enjoy yourself.bella of http://www.thoughtsnlifeblog.com
This is a quote block
Below is a pattern block that I just discovered writing this blog post.
His latest work is A Life Well-Lived, a selection of photos and stories of people across Nebraska highlighting their stories from the past 70 years. These are photographs and stories of those who might be forgotten in the rush of history.
Anyway read the post from wordpress.
On June 1 we’ll be retiring our older WordPress.com editor and transitioning to the more recent (and more powerful) WordPress block editor. Want to know how this may affect your site and what you can expect? Read on. If you’ve launched your WordPress.com site in the past year and a half you may have never […]Say Hello to the WordPress Block Editor — The WordPress.com Blog