Whether it’s blog posts, documentation or sell copy, great typography can transform your long copy from a hard slog to a great read. In just four steps! Find out how in part 3 of the WordPress Developer Blog’s type series.
Learn how to work with custom settings in theme.json files to make CSS custom properties even more powerful.
This is the first in a series of six posts that are all about typography on the web: what does great type look like? How do you set it? And why do we care? This first post covers the language of type—basic type terminology.
How to create custom template part areas to create a nicer user experience in WordPress block themes.
A walk-through of customizing the core WordPress block styles directly in theme.json instead of using a custom stylesheet.
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
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.
One of the oft-repeated questions in developer circles who have closely followed WordPress’ revolution via the Gutenberg project has been: When are we going to get more responsive controls? Specifically, this question is often framed around the ability to change some design element of a block […]