Patterns (Experimental) Edit

Patterns are predefined block layouts, ready to insert and tweak.

Note Patterns are still under heavy development and the APIs are subject to change.

register_pattern register_pattern

The editor comes with a list of built-in patterns. Theme and plugin authors can register addition custom patterns using the register_pattern function.

The register_pattern function receives the name of the pattern as the first argument and an array describing properties of the pattern as the second argument.

The properties of the style array must include name and label:
title: A human-readable title for the pattern.
content: Raw HTML content for the pattern.

        'title'   => __( 'Two buttons', 'my-plugin' ),
        'content' => "<!-- wp:buttons {\"align\":\"center\"} -->\n<div class=\"wp-block-buttons aligncenter\"><!-- wp:button {\"backgroundColor\":\"very-dark-gray\",\"borderRadius\":0} -->\n<div class=\"wp-block-button\"><a class=\"wp-block-button__link has-background has-very-dark-gray-background-color no-border-radius\">" . esc_html__( 'Button One', 'my-plugin' ) . "</a></div>\n<!-- /wp:button -->\n\n<!-- wp:button {\"textColor\":\"very-dark-gray\",\"borderRadius\":0,\"className\":\"is-style-outline\"} -->\n<div class=\"wp-block-button is-style-outline\"><a class=\"wp-block-button__link has-text-color has-very-dark-gray-color no-border-radius\">" . esc_html__( 'Button Two', 'my-plugin' ) . "</a></div>\n<!-- /wp:button --></div>\n<!-- /wp:buttons -->",

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unregister_pattern unregister_pattern

unregister_pattern allows unregistering a pattern previously registered on the server using register_pattern.

The function’s argument is the registered name of the pattern.

The following code sample unregisters the style named ‘my-plugin/my-awesome-pattern’:

unregister_pattern( 'my-plugin/my-awesome-pattern' );