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Look What You Can Do With WordPress Gutenberg Content Blocks

WordPress is one of the most popular platforms for websites and blogs today. It’s more than a website, it’s a content management system. Gutenberg, the new editor, makes blogging WONDERFUL! Here is what you can do with content blocks! [This block was made with the paragraph content block]

Lori Ballen is standing, smiling with her hands grabbing her jacket, there is a solid dark background, in the corners are peach and bright green swirls. WordPress logo is peach and  letters spell out WordPress Gutenberg content blocks overview
This Image was made using the Image block in WordPress Gutenberg and captions were added for best practices in search engine optimization (SEO).

WordPress Gutenberg is named after Johannes Gutenberg, the fifteenth-century German printer who propelled the movable type printing press revolution. [This was made using the quote content block]

Common Blocks [Heading Block H2]

The following list was made adding the contact form “lists”. Choose numbered or bullet points.

  • Paragraph
  • Headings
  • Image
  • Quotes
  • Latest Posts
  • Lists
  • Forms [Ninja forms]

Embed Codes [Heading Block H2]

paragraph

Inline Elements [Heading Block H2]

paragraph

Related Posts [Created with Lastest Posts Content Block]

Ninja Form

First, add the plugin Ninja Forms, Activate, and then create a form to use on your blog. Drop it in with the Ninja Forms content block.

[ninja_forms id=1]

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