The various text blocks are the ones most often used. These include the default paragraph block, and heading, quote, list, and other specialized blocks.
- [Instructor] To demonstrate how different blocks work…and what they can do, I've created a new page,…you see here, and populated it with some basic content.…Right now, it's just all paragraphs.…As you move through this chapter,…I'll expand on this page and take advantage…of some different blocks and their features.…The blocks you'll likely use the most are text blocks,…so let's look at these first.…As you've seen, the default block…in the block editor is the paragraph.…Any time you create a new block,…unless you assign a different block type to that block,…it automatically becomes a paragraph.…
The paragraph is also the block…with the most extensive features.…We've looked at this previously,…but we can look at it in more detail now.…When you select the paragraph block,…you get the block toolbar, with the features…you are most likely to use all the time…within the paragraph block itself.…Those are the text alignments, left, center and right.…There's also the bold and italicized highlighting,…so you can emphasize or boldly emphasize content, or both.…
Note: This course covers WordPress 5. The training will be updated as WordPress evolves.
- Installing WordPress
- Creating posts and pages
- Formatting text
- Publishing and scheduling posts
- Adding images, audio, and video
- Bulk editing posts and pages
- Working with reusable blocks
Skill Level Beginner
1. Up and running with WordPress
2. Content Management
3. Working with Blocks in the Block Context
4. Document Context
5. Block deep dive
6. Reusable Blocks
Edit reusable blocks3m 5s
7. The Rest of the Iceberg
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