Display images from cloneable fields is a common task for those who are building a website. For example, you may want to display a series of brand logos of typical clients or partners, even a testimonial section with an avatar along with the clients’ name and quote. In this series, we will take a ride to do it with a simple case study, brand logos.
Each restaurant or business will have different opening hours. To have that information and display them for each on a website, there might be some techniques including using custom fields. We’re going to add an Opening Hours section into the single restaurant page in this tutorial as this example:
In eCommerce, we usually see a product that has a bunch of different variations. For example, a T-shirt may have different colors along with different information such as size and price, then each one will be a variation.
Today, we are going to display them all in a clever way on the single product page. Whenever you click on a color button, all the corresponding information of that variation will be displayed, even in the image gallery.
On the homepage or landing page of a business and eCommerce site, you can find that most of them have the Latest Products section. This is a really important part that every website owner wants. So, Meta Box decided to bring you a new tutorial series about How to display the Latest Products section in different ways. We believe that our series will help you have more choices and understand the differences between the tools and methods.
After the 4 articles in the FSE series, we’ve received a lot of positive feedback from readers. In particular, many of them asked to have one more part about Gutenberg block patterns. So, we came up with a post that has everything you need about this feature, like what block patterns are, their applications, how to create one, and the good resources of block patterns. Let's spend 5 minutes reading now!
Recently, Full Site Editing (FSE) has been constantly mentioned daily in many WordPress forums and communities. This feature is considered an outstanding transformation of the way we work with WordPress, including the transition from traditional themes to block themes.
Block Themes, also known as Block-Based Themes, are the themes that are designed to be compatible perfectly with Gutenberg blocks and full-site editing. There are a few block themes since Full Site Editing (FSE) is still currently under development. The present block themes are generally in a basic state, mainly serving the requirement to research and develop FSE's features.
Along with that, a completely new block theme, named Quadrat, has been developed recently by the Automattic team. This is a pretty complete block theme for blogs and podcast websites with an eye-catching look. Among the existing Gutenberg block themes, this theme is seen as one of the few having its own "personality".
You can build a website with WordPress without much coding skill, or even without touching any line of code. The reason lies in many wonderful tools which help you do it easily. The most popular tools, it’s no doubt to say, are Gutenberg and page builders. At the moment, they have their pros and cons, so it’s not easy to decide which one is the best and overwhelms the other.
When WordPress 5.0 was introduced at the end of 2018, the familiar Classic editor of WordPress was replaced by a new one called Gutenberg. This new editor is a significant change in creating content on WordPress websites by using blocks instead. But that's just the beginning.
As you may all know, Gutenberg is now not just a WordPress editor. Recently, WordPress has the ambition of making Gutenberg also a page builder, a useful tool to build up a WordPress website. Following this tendency, web developers have created numerous plugins, added many blocks, layouts, settings,... to satisfy the demands of developers and website owners. Using these plugins along with themes made for Gutenberg will definitely help users and developers create websites, landing pages, or any page as well as publish posts at ease.