Welcome to image alignment! If you recognize this post, it is because these are blocks that have been converted from the classic Markup: Image Alignment post. The best way to demonstrate the ebb and flow of the various image positioning options is to nestle them snuggly among an ocean of
Button blocks are not semantically buttons, but links inside a styled div. If you do not add a link, a link tag without an anchor will be used. Check to make sure that the text wraps correctly when the button has more than one line of text, and when it
This page tests how the theme displays the columns block. The first block tests a two column block with paragraphs. This is the second column. It should align next to the first column. Reduce the browser window width to test the responsiveness. This is the second column block. It has
The quote block has two styles, regular: Gutenberg is more than an editor. The Gutenberg Team and large: Yes, it is a press, certainly, but a press from which shall flow in inexhaustible streams, the most abundant and most marvelous liquor that has ever flowed to relieve the thirst of men!
The Common category includes the following blocks: Paragraph, image, headings, list, gallery, quote, audio, cover, video. The paragraph block is the default block type. It should not have any alignment of any kind. It should just flow like you would normally expect. Nothing fancy. Just straight up text, free flowing,
This post tests various embed blocks:
The shortcode widget: The Archive Widget: The same Archive widget but as a dropdown: The Category widget block has an additional option for showing category hierarchies: The Latest Comments widget can display or hide the avatars, the date, and the comment excerpt: Here is an example of the Comments widget
The formatting category includes the following blocks: The classic block can have almost anything in it. a heading The custom HTML block lets you put HTML that isn’t configured like blocks in it. (this div has a width of 45%) The preformatted block.The Road Not TakenRobert Frost Two roads diverged