If you have content that you expect to repeat in other parts your site, consider creating a reusable block.
Start out by creating the block. Perhaps you might have an image and a paragraph. Once you’ve created this composited block and got the format exactly like you want, save it as a reusable block:
Making a Block Reusable:
But be careful. Unlike Block Patterns, if you change anything within a Resusable Block, all the blocks will reflect this change.
Using a Reusable Block on another post
The block below is Reusable Block, built with a Query Loop block. It displays title and excerpt from pages tagged “block editing.”
Block Editing Resources On The Commons
The Query Loop block lets you choose a post type (page, post, or a custom post type), a filter (category, tag, author, keyword) and fetch that data in a loop. This closely resembles the familiar “Post” page (what used to… Read More
If you have content that you expect to repeat in other parts your site, consider creating a reusable block. Start out by creating the block. Perhaps you might have an image and a paragraph. Once you’ve created this composited block… Read More
Plugin authors are creating elegant, easy to use blocks that will make your site look amazing. When you activate a plugin, you may see one or more new blocks added to your list On the Commons, we now have two… Read More
Get a head start on your page design. Copy a pattern and paste it into your content wherever you want it to appear. Then customize it – change the text, images, colors, etc. Continue reading →… Read More
“List View” displays how the blocks work together on a page, and provides access to each block’s settings. “List View” can be accessed by clicking the icon pictured above, which is always available in the Block Editor toolbar. Continue reading →… Read More
Full Site Editing (“FSE”) lets users design every part of a WordPress post or page, with modular blocks. No coding is needed, but users do need to understand how FSE works. A good understanding how templates are used in WordPress. Continue reading →… Read More
The Block Editor is now the default editor on the Commons and we hope you use it. It is the future for WordPress. Continue reading →… Read More
FYI – This is a Reusable Bock built with a Query Loop.