Block variations are one of the most powerful ways to extend WordPress. Learn how to create them and incorporate variations into your workflows.
The seventh edition of a monthly series that cuts through all the noise, bringing you the latest features, updates, and fixes you need to know about to build on top of WordPress.
Your block has complex markup, yet you want your users to easily style child elements within the block. How do you give your users this ability? With CSS custom properties. This post demonstrates the technique for doing this whilst also retaining compatibility with themes.
The sixth edition of a monthly roundup that showcases features that are specific to theme and plugin developers. The latest updates are focused on the upcoming WordPress 6.3 release.
The Block Editor Handbook is intimidating even for seasoned developers. If you are new to block development, you’re likely to feel completely overwhelmed. This guide will help you to find your way around the Block Editor Handbook. It suggests a learning path that will help you become an expert in no time.
The fifth installment of a monthly roundup that showcases features that are specific to theme and plugin developers. The latest updates are focused on the WordPress 6.3 development cycle.
With the introduction of block inspector tabs in WordPress 6.2, block developers have more control over where custom controls should appear by leveraging the group of the InspectorControls component.
The @wordpress/data and @wordpress/core-data packages are extremely useful for fetching and working with data in your block development projects, but they are not exactly intuitive to use. This tutorial introduces you to useEntityRecords which is a custom React hook that makes fetching data a great deal easier for the developer.
The fourth edition of a monthly roundup that brings you all the latest features, updates, and fixes you need to know about for extending WordPress.
Learn how WordPress uses Webpack to manage importing from the built-in packages that ship with WordPress.