From now, blogging on WordPress has become even easier. Just use for that qodeblock. This plugin, created by the professional team of developers WordPress, will help you to improve the look of posts and create unique content  for your your blog. Edit and customize the appearance, add new blocks and features and much more without code and programming. To get more information about using and setting up the qodeblock read this documentation.

The main feature of the Gutenberg editor is the presentation of all content as blocks and the  definition of the record layout directly in the editor. Using the editor Gutenberg, you no longer need knowledge of HTML or CSS for placing two blocks of content next to each other, creating complex layouts will become more accessible to most users. If you have any questions about Gutenberg editor, please, check documentation

What are blocks?

The qodeblock plugin is a collection of "blocks" for the new WordPress block editor, also known as Gutenberg. Blocks are chunks of content such as paragraphs, images, galleries, columns, and more. Building with blocks gives you more control to quickly create and launch any kind of site you want! 

Basically, blocks are any content that you insert into the post or post of your blog. The functionality of the old editor was more like Microsoft Word - it was possible to work only with text. To add a video, button or photo gallery to an article, you had to search for a suitable plugin or write HTML yourself.

The Gutenberg editor has a modular structure. Now every paragraph, heading or illustration is a separate block. The new editor has several default blocks, such as paragraphs, images, gallery, and more. With qodeblock, you get additional blocks that can help you create even more dynamic posts and pages. The qodelocks includes the following blocks: 

  • Testimonial
  • Inline Notices
  • Author Profile
  • Drop Cap
  • Spacer
  • Sharing Icons
  • Button
  • Accordion
  • Call To Action
  • Post & Page Grid
  • Container
  • Pricing
  • Email Newsletter
  • Advanced Columns

A detailed rundown of each editor block can be found below.

How to install the qodeblock plugin?

Before installing Qodeblock, make sure you are using the Gutenberg editor. In case you used a classic editor you need to deactivate it. Now you can install the plugin qodeblock. To do this, go to Plugins → Add New

Enter in the Search area "Qodeblock". When you see in the search result Qodeblock, click on "Install Now" 

After succsessfull  installation Activate the plugin. Once you install the qodeblock, you will be redirected to the Getting Started Page, which provides you with all the information about the plugin.

How to add blocks to your post or page?

To add a new block or embed content, there is an icon + under all existing blocks. At the top of the page there is also an insertion button. The top menu is attached to the top of the editor, with such images the insert button is always visible. Clicking the + symbol displays the menu with the most commonly used blocks. Look for "qodeblock" in the search box to open all available blocks. Select the block you want to use and click on it to add it to the editor.

How to change block settings?

After adding, for each block there is an available set of settings that can be found in the inspector. The inspector is a sidebar panel that shows when you click on any block. To open the configuration panel of the needed block, you just have to click on it. Note that each block is configurable separately. Even if there are 2 or more identical blocks, the settings you choose apply only to the block in focus. It allows you to get  more variants of posts layout.