This page is an example of what you can accomplish with the new WordPress editor. We’ve made sure that all of the blocks match the style of our theme — you can see a full style guide on these pages: common blocks, formatting blocks and layout blocks.
Start with a title
And keep writing your stories with the paragraph block. The paragraph block has all the usual formatting options you know from the classic editor, as well as some cool new features — font size and color, as well as drop cap.
Add more content
You can easily add content such as the gallery above. The new WordPress editor comes power packed with a range of available blocks for all sorts of content:
- video and audio
- quotes and pullquotes
- tables, columns and buttons
Additionally, each block has different styles and variations to choose from — the above gallery is set to a wide alignment, for instance. This creates a nice effect since the gallery is now wider that the surrounding text.
Next, we’ll add a full-width cover image to spice things up:
This is a full-width cover image with a fixed background. Nice!
Play around with typography
Moving on, let’s see how a quote block looks like. Quotes come in two variations — regular and large. Additionally, you can add pull-quotes as well — these come in two variations as well — regular and solid. You can even align the pull-quotes left, right, wide or full-width, just as you would an image block.
Quote blocks are quite useful if you want to make a part of your text pop!— Meks team
This concludes the example page. You’ve seen just a fraction of what can be achieved with blocks. Again, for a full style guide please visit these pages: common blocks, formatting blocks and layout blocks.