Are you having trouble finding the Classic Editor or Classic Widgets screen inside your WordPress website admin area? This tutorial will help you get your Classic vs Block issues sorted.
In this tutorial, you will learn about using the Navigation block – an advanced block that lets you edit your site’s navigation menu if your site uses a block theme or a theme that supports template editing.
In this tutorial, you will learn about using the Query Loop block – an advanced block that lets you display posts based on specific parameters and do complex things like creating a portfolio or a page full of your favorite recipes.
In this tutorial, you will learn about using WordPress Block Patterns – a collection of predefined blocks and layouts that you can insert into posts and pages and customize with your own content.
In this tutorial, you will learn about the WordPress Site Editor – a feature that allows block editor users to build and fully customize their site using blocks and a new styling system.
Learn about using WordPress block themes – what block themes are and when to use them.
Learn how to use WordPress Block Editor keyboard shortcuts.