Tag: fse

  • Mini Twenty Fourteen is Live in the Museum of Block Art
    Mini Twenty Fourteen is Live in the Museum of Block Art

    I wanted to learn more about block building in Gutenberg and tested myself with recreating a classic WordPress theme, Twenty Fourteen. I decided to submit my work to the Museum of Block Art, and it was accepted! You can check out my entry in the gallery. This was a ton of fun to do. I…

  • Miniature Twenty Fourteen Block Art
    Miniature Twenty Fourteen Block Art

    The Museum of Block Art is a gallery of art built with the WordPress block editor, pushing the boundaries of core Gutenberg. Inspired by the call for new submissions celebrating 20 years of WordPress, I wanted to create something related to themes. The “curators are challenging artists to submit WP20 blocks inspired by the 20th anniversary…

  • How to create a fancy divider using Gutenberg and full site editing
    How to create a fancy divider using Gutenberg and full site editing

    This will be the first of what I hope will be be many short tutorials using Gutenberg and full site editing. I’ll try to keep these quick, and if I’m lucky I’ll include a short video with each tip. In this tutorial we’re going to have a little bit of fun with full site editing.…

  • Recreating the WordPress Twenty Seventeen Theme Using Full Site Editing
    Recreating the WordPress Twenty Seventeen Theme Using Full Site Editing

    I’ve been excited about full site editing (FSE) and the future of WordPress theme design for a long time. It’s a slow process, but each new Gutenberg plugin release and the forthcoming WordPress 6.0 show just how far WordPress has come along in democratizing publishing on the web. Since the early days of FSE beta,…