Updates and tutorials on WordPress theme development, covering classic themes and block themes.
The Style Book is the new one-stop Global Style feature of the Site Editor that allows you to add all global or per-block design elements with a live preview window. This also lets users create a new set of variations that they can modify with a single click.
How to create custom template part areas to create a nicer user experience in WordPress block themes.
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.
A walk-through of customizing the core WordPress block styles directly in theme.json instead of using a custom stylesheet.
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.
A walk-through of adding per-block CSS using in theme.json that covers tips, tricks, and pitfalls.
A step-by-step guide of using the “template types” feature of the Patterns API to build multiple homepage design options
The third edition of a monthly series that cuts through all the noise of a busy development cycle and brings you the latest features, updates, and fixes you need to know about to build on top of WordPress.
A tutorial that walks through configuring global space settings and styles and provides tips, tricks, and workarounds for custom use cases.
WordPress block themes offer an immense amount of flexibility, allowing you to configure your home page layout in countless ways. In this tutorial, you will be guided through creating a magazine-style home page layout that displays recent posts while also providing a traditional post list for inner pages.