Throughout the course of this series, you’ve already learned how to use the Block Editor in WordPress to create content for pages — or posts — using the most common text and image blocks. By now, you know how to add a Paragraph Block, a Heading Block, an Image, Audio File, Video, and even a downloadable PDF file. So, in this video and the next several lesson, we’ll take a closer look at some of the other blocks that are included by default.
In this video:
- Recap of how to find new Blocks for use in your content.
- How to add a List Block.
- How to add a Quote Block.
- Available styles for beautiful quotes.
- How to create a Pullquote for even more visual interest.
- How to add a Code Block.
- How to add a Preformatted Text Block.
- How to add a Verse Block.
- How to add a Classic Editor Block.
- How to add a Table Block.