Gutenberg Blocks

Gutenberg landed in WordPress in 2018. This changed the WordPress posts screen from a simple box of text to a more advanced drag-and-drop content creator.

The Gutenberg editor uses a block-based system to provide flexibility with how content is displayed. This allows you to use blocks to easily add text, images, multimedia content, code, quote, buttons, and much more.

What is the upload_files permission in WordPress?

The “upload_files” capability is one of the most important in WordPress. If users don’t have the “upload_files” capability, they completely lose access to the Media Library. They can’t upload files or even browse media on your site. If users do not have the “upload_files” capability, this image below shows what they will see when they use…

PublishPress Blocks Has User Role Controls for Gutenberg

PublishPress Blocks 3.1 is available now and allows you to control which users can see a specific Gutenberg block. The PublishPress Blocks plugin has a new “User Role Controls feature”. This makes it possible to add the following restrictions to any Gutenberg block: Show a block to logged in users only. Show a block to…

Block Controls Are Now Available in PublishPress Blocks

The PublishPress Blocks plugin is growing in a new direction. The latest release of PublishPress Blocks (version 2.14) introduces a feature called “Block Controls”. This will give you the ability to control who sees your blocks and when they display. This first “Block Controls” setting allows you to schedule blocks to publish and unpublish. Every…

PublishPress Blocks Pro Supports Google Fonts in Gutenberg

PublishPress Blocks is one of the most popular plugins for Gutenberg blocks with over 30,000 users. In the latest release of PublishPress Blocks Pro, you’ll find some really cool new design options, including these: Google Fonts: You can choose from over 1,000 fonts to use in your blocks. Content Display block: This block is the…

How to Use Nested Blocks in the Gutenberg Editor

Nested blocks are a really useful feature in the Gutenberg editor. If you haven’t used them yet, you almost certainly will when the new “Full-Site Editing” changes arrive in WordPress 5.8. At that point, you will be able to build complete webpages in Gutenberg and I guarantee you’ll be using nested blocks. Nested blocks makes…