FontSizePicker Edit

FontSizePicker is a React component that renders a UI that allows users to select a font size.
The component renders a user interface that allows the user to select predefined (common) font sizes and contains an option that allows users to select custom font sizes (by choosing the value) if that functionality is enabled.

Usage

import { FontSizePicker } from '@wordpress/components';
import { useState } from '@wordpress/element';
import { __ } from '@wordpress/i18n';

const fontSizes = [
    {
        name: __( 'Small' ),
        slug: 'small',
        size: 12,
    },
    {
        name: __( 'Big' ),
        slug: 'big',
        size: 26,
    },
];
const fallbackFontSize = 16;

const MyFontSizePicker = () => {
    const [ fontSize, setFontSize ] = useState( 12 );

    return (
        <FontSizePicker
            __nextHasNoMarginBottom
            fontSizes={ fontSizes }
            value={ fontSize }
            fallbackFontSize={ fallbackFontSize }
            onChange={ ( newFontSize ) => {
                setFontSize( newFontSize );
            } }
        />
    );
};

...

<MyFontSizePicker />

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Props

The component accepts the following props:

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disableCustomFontSizes

If true, it will not be possible to choose a custom fontSize. The user will be forced to pick one of the pre-defined sizes passed in fontSizes.

  • Type: Boolean
  • Required: no
  • Default: false

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fallbackFontSize

If no value exists, this prop defines the starting position for the font size picker slider. Only relevant if withSlider is true.

  • Type: Number
  • Required: No

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fontSizes

An array of font size objects. The object should contain properties size, name, and slug.
The property size contains a number with the font size value, in px or a string specifying the font size CSS property that should be used eg: “13px”, “1em”, or “clamp(12px, 5vw, 100px)”.
The name property includes a label for that font size e.g.: Small.
The slug property is a string with a unique identifier for the font size. Used for the class generation process.

Note: The slugs default and custom are reserved and cannot be used.

  • Type: Array
  • Required: No

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onChange

A function that receives the new font size value.
If onChange is called without any parameter, it should reset the value, attending to what reset means in that context, e.g., set the font size to undefined or set the font size a starting value.

  • Type: function
  • Required: Yes

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value

The current font size value.

  • Type: Number | String
  • Required: No

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withSlider

If true, the UI will contain a slider, instead of a numeric text input field. If false, no slider will be present.

  • Type: Boolean
  • Required: no
  • Default: false

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withReset

If true, a reset button will be displayed alongside the input field when a custom font size is active. Has no effect when disableCustomFontSizes or withSlider is true.

  • Type: Boolean
  • Required: no
  • Default: true

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__nextHasNoMarginBottom

Start opting into the new margin-free styles that will become the default in a future version, currently scheduled to be WordPress 6.4. (The prop can be safely removed once this happens.)

  • Type: Boolean
  • Required: no
  • Default: false