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!
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If you are willing to change from ACF to Meta Box, how can you move all the custom fields data? Not only you but many others care about this matter. Therefore, recently Meta Box has released a new free extension called MB ACF Migration. This extension helps users migrate custom fields data from ACF to Meta Box with ONLY ONE CLICK. In this post, I will show you how to do that at the drop of a hat.
As we mentioned in the article about Full Site Editing and others in this series before, block themes (or block-based themes) and the Full Site Editing (FSE) feature are changing the way we build WordPress sites. In each WordPress version, the block editor is updated with new features until it’s completely integrated with the core. So users, developers, and theme makers surely need to prepare themselves and keep updated every day for this revolution. That’s why finding resources to learn about block themes is important.
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".
Category Thumbnails may be familiar with someone using a theme that supports this feature. However, for someone who loves something highly customized, you might create it yourself. So, today I bring you a simple solution to not only have this feature but also have beautiful featured images on Archive pages as well. Especially, it may be a good way to have high-quality images without slowing your website loading speed.
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.
It is now so popular that restaurants allow customers to make online reservation from their website. So, today, I am going to have a tutorial on how to create an online submission form for that. However, it allows customers to not only provide their information but also choose a set of food or private room in advance if they want to. Furthermore, even the total amount will be figured out in the form as well.