Part Two – Don’t Panic Yet!

This is a reblog of a second Guide to the Block Editor from GC and me over on our site Weekly Prompts.

Weekly Prompts

  ‘A Guide To The Gutenberg Blocks Editor” Part Two.

This post is a second response to the Block Editor concerns of some of our blogging colleagues

Links to the printable and downloadable guides, Parts One and Two are located at the end of this post.

Both guides are basic introductions to the Blocks, intended for bloggers who simply want to write a blog post and insert a few images, pretty much what most of us want! And as said previously, don’t let the amount of blocks put you off, most of us will only ever use two or three.

Part One dealt with composing a post using the Block ‘Classic Editor’, this is a version of the old Classic Editor previous to the existing Classic.

Two Editors named Classic – what they thinking? Confusing to say the least!

Part Two addresses the Pros and Cons between the default Block…

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13 thoughts on “Part Two – Don’t Panic Yet!

      1. Oh, how true, but if you read the comments on the original post you might notice that Marilyn chose to very rudely scream in my space… several times Thank you, Andrew!

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  1. Sue–I am reading this over again and I have a question: How to create a pingback on the new Block? I saw where the hyperlink is but in the (soon to be old) Classic, you clicked the hyperlink symbol, pasted the URL and then can type a Link Text. Where is the text link on this new Editor? Thanks for all your help!

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    1. Good Morning Lois. Sorry for the delay due to our time differences.
      I cannot believe that I didn’t include adding pingbacks! What was I thinking? I will probably do a third guide today. in the meantime look at the attached picture, the link is the small icon to the right of Bold and and Italics. I’ve also sent you an e-mail.

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      1. I’ve got your reply thank you. I used my personal address because I don’t always check the one that WordPress has. I tend to rely on the Reader and notifications. I will get back to you on your query. And thank you for such a lovely message.

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