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.

How to Create an Image Slider with Gutenberg and PublishPress Blocks

The Advanced Slider block in PublishPress Blocks lets you create image sliders (carousels) to present them on posts, pages, or even custom post types on your WordPress site. After finishing this tutorial, you will be able to insert an image slider in the Gutenberg editor, and configure all its settings. Let’s start!

How to Add a Summary / Table of Contents Block in Gutenberg

If the posts in your site have multiple text sections and multiple headings, it makes sense to have a table of contents detailing the structure of your information. This makes it easy to navigate through the post with the help of a navigation menu. The Summary Block in PublishPress Blocks provides this functionality through a…

Show a WordPress Video in a Lightbox with Gutenberg and PublishPress Blocks

Inserting a YouTube or Vimeo video in your WordPress site is easier with Gutenberg than it was with the old Classic Editor. Videos are always useful in a web site. They provide trust in your content, and with the right design approach, they also are an essential part of the user interface and user experience…

PublishPress Has Acquired the Advanced Gutenberg Plugin (and Theme)

Update: this plugin is now called “PublishPress Blocks”. In February this year, I received an email from the team at JoomUnited. We’ve crossed paths several times over the last decade or more. This time, they had an offer: “Would you be interested in taking over the Advanced Gutenberg plugin?” Advanced Gutenberg is a plugin that…