This WordCamp India workshop explains different techniques for content creation using the WordPress Block Editor (Gutenberg) in WordPress 5.6. The workshop goes into detail about the Block Editor and showcases the different blocks in the block editor such as the paragraph block, heading block, list block, quote block, cover block, etc – amongst others. The workshop also goes into detail about different features in the block editor – such as reusable blocks, block patterns,
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The WordPress project uses GitHub to manage all issues related to the Core Editing experience including everything from, core blocks like image or paragraph, core editor APIs, full site editing, and more.
This video will teach you everything you need to know about creating, updating, following, and browsing GitHub issues so that you can effectively contribute to the core editor using GitHub (This line is partially stolen from the how to use Trac workshop!).
Learn the basics of block development with this introductory course. This step-by-step guide will walk you through the process of building a custom block from start to finish.
The course will guide you through the steps needed to build a practical example project that you can go on to use in your own sites. It will provide you with a solid foundation in developing custom blocks. The course will arm you with the essential concepts and knowledge, thereby giving you the confidence to work on your own projects.
What you will learn:
- Set up a development environment
- Scaffold a block
- Make the block user configurable
- Work with various content using InnerBlocks
- Add style variations
- And more….
In this video tutorial, we will learn how to utilise WordPress Playground. You can visit playground.wordpress.net to get your very own, private, in-browser WordPress running. That’s it! Now you can build a theme, build an […]
With WordPress moving more and more into the world of blocks, knowing how to build your own blocks has become valuable knowledge. However, if you are a plugin or theme developer, you might not be sure where to start. This workshop will serve as a guide to building your first block.
In this course, you will learn how to:
- Fetch, filter, and display data
- Update, delete, and create new data records
- Handle errors gracefully
- Leverage the caching and concurrency behaviors of the data layer
Learn the fundamentals of block theme development in part 1 of the Developers Guide to Block Themes.
The course will guide you through the process of developing a block theme from scratch. It covers the fundamental elements of a block theme, teaching you the concepts via real world examples.
What you will learn:
- The minimum requirements of a block theme
- Turning design requirements into a theme.json file
- How to utilize the Site Editor to build out your theme templates
- Taking the changes from the Site Editor and saving them as theme files
- Creating Custom Templates, Template Parts, and Variable Templates
Recreating a famous photography website. Learning outcomes Comprehension questions Transcript Good morning in today’s 30 minute Rapid website recreation challenge. I’m gonna try and recreate this beautiful photography website by James Popsys. Here’s a famous […]
Description Have you wanted to test features of WordPress, or even within a plugin or theme but needed demo or dummy content? Demo content includes […]