Site Editor

Create Block Patterns Programmatically

Recently I’ve been implementing an automatic block pattern synchronisation feature into my Simple Multisite Crossposting plugin and decided why not to talk about it in a new post.

The goal of this tutorial is to learn how to create both synced and not synced block patterns programmatically and to assign specific pattern categories to them.

Site Editor Command Palette

In this tutorial we are going to talk about WordPress command palette and also going to add some custom commands into it.

The command palette is intended to simplify the process of site editing in FSE. In order to open it you need to use Cmd + K combination or just click on a document title.

Site editor command palette

Another way to open it is to click on this search button:

How to open WordPress site editor command palette

Replace WordPress Logo in Gutenberg Fullscreen Mode

First of all let me show you guys what WordPress logo do I mean. You can find it in the top left part of the screen.

Default WordPress logo in Gutenberg fullscreen mode

And here is what we are going to achieve in this tutorial:

How to change WordPress logo in Gutenberg editor fullscreen mode

As you may notice I used a custom photo of me but you may use an SVG icon if you want.

Learning Full Site Editing with Kubrick Block Theme

I was eager to tell you about Full Site Editing, but I didn’t know where to start. It was just overwhelming. But not so far time ago I find out that the very first WordPress theme – “Kubrick” was rebuild for FSE, so, it is a block theme now.