With the new Gutenberg Editor, WordPress has made major changes to the way that users use and update content. Rather than add everything into a body field, users add “blocks” – which are pieces of content that make up the complete web page.
Some example blocks are images, videos, titles, embeds, paragraphs, etc. The Gutenberg Editor allows the user to move things around and configure the blocks in different ways. These blocks are also displayed more like they would be shown on the live version of the site.
Here are a few guides that we have found helpful to use the Gutenberg Editor:
We also use some plugins to extend and add blocks Here are some of our favorites
Documentation for Custom Blocks by Inforest
We also build custom Gutenberg Blocks for display of custom post types and other content specific to a client’s website. If you are an Inforest Communications client with a custom block, please see the specific documentation we supplied with your website.