Full Site Editing Now Available On The Commons

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cc-licensed image “Cascada de colores in La Palma” by flickr user Sevenislands Photography

Full Site Editing (“FSE“) lets you change every part of a WordPress post, page, or template, using the Block Editor.

With a FSE-enabled theme such as Twenty Twenty-Two, you can build a page from scratch or edit the theme’s underlying templates so that every page or post using this template takes on that new design. No coding is necessary. To find out how this new feature in WordPress 5.9 works, check out our block documentation:

Block Editing Documenation On The Commons

  • Full Site Editing 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. … Read More
  • Query Loop Block 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
  • Reusable Blocks 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
  • Block Libraries 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
  • Block Patterns 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. … Read More
  • Block Editor’s “List View” “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. Read More
  • Block Editing The Block Editor is now the default editor on the Commons and we hope you use it. It is the future for WordPress. Read More
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