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]
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.
- Latest Posts
- Forms [Ninja forms]
Embed Codes [Heading Block H2]
Inline Elements [Heading Block H2]
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