Creating Gutenberg Blocks with Advanced Custom Fields

Creating Gutenberg Blocks with Advanced Custom Fields

Gutenberg, the “new” block editor that’s been in WordPress since late 2018, opened up a whole new world into creating posts and pages in WordPress. You can now add almost any type of block you want to your posts or pages with just a couple of clicks of the mouse and create rich and informative content. But the conventional way of creating blocks is fairly complicated to get started, even for developers like myself. But Advanced Custom Fields has a way were you can create you own blocks using just simple PHP.

What to Expect with WordPress 5.4

What to Expect with WordPress 5.4

WordPress 5.4 is almost here. Yes, the first major release of 2020 is currently scheduled for March 31. The release is focused primarily on new blocks and improvements to the block editor. But there are other changes that you need to know about as well.

Gutenberg Custom Color Palettes

Gutenberg Custom Color Palettes

The new WordPress block editor, Gutenberg, offers users a lot of cool things, including the ability to easily add colors to your posts and pages. But if you have a business that uses only certain colors, it can be a bit of a hassle to make sure you’re only using those colors. That’s where custom color palettes come into play. With a few lines of code, you can make sure only your colors show up in the color palettes in Gutenberg.